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Alliterative US-Places A-Z

Name these alliterative cities, towns, CDPs and communities in the United States.
Alliteration does not necessarily mean starting with the same letter, but instead the same sound. (K is an example)
Thanks to CringeDragon for helping me with the research!
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Last updated: September 14, 2019
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Letter
State
est. Population
Place
A
Michigan
121.000
Ann Arbor
B
Florida
78.000
Boynton Beach
C
Texas
326.000
Corpus Christi
D
South Dakota
2.500
Dakota Dunes
E
Arkansas
7.000
East End
F
Minnesota
13.800
Fergus Falls
G
California
172.000
Garden Grove
H
Ohio
38.000
Huber Heights
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J
Iowa
1.200
Jewell Junction
K
Colorado
32.000
Ken Caryl
L
Florida
36.000
Lauderdale Lakes
M
Maryland
29.000
Milford Mill
Letter
State
est. Population
Place
N
Virginia
178.000
Newport News
O
Washington
6.200
Otis Orchards-East Farms
P
Florida
172.000
Pembroke Pines
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R
Texas
128.000
Round Rock
S
Georgia
108.000
Sandy Springs
T
Florida
26.000
Temple Terrace
U
Pennsylvania
11.000
Upper Uwchlan
V
California
11.000
Valle Vista
W
Washington
60.000
Walla Walla
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level 66
Sep 14, 2019
We used different sources for research, so the list may be incomplete. If anyone knows (inhabited) places for the remaining letters, feel free to let me know and I might add them to the quiz.
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level 72
Sep 14, 2019
I think the final letters will be really tough, but a related quiz idea - how about the (say) 20 largest cities with alliterative names? And for the whole world?
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level 66
Sep 14, 2019
Thanks for your comments. I already have a world version in mind, it will be one of my next projects. About your other comment, just typing "nd" would have worked for East End, since the "E" is already given as first letter.
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level 72
Sep 14, 2019
Nice idea! When I typed "End" it gave me the point for Ken Caryl instead - and I forgot got to try "End" again, so I ended up with E being "wrong"!