U.S. Cities that Formerly Had 100,000 People

Can you name the U.S. cities that formerly had over 100,000 people in their city proper but don't anymore?
Annexed cities and ones with a population over 99,000 have been filled in by default
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Last updated: August 13, 2020
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State
Peak Year
Population
City
Delaware
1940
70,166
Wilmington
Indiana
1960
74,879
Gary
1960
75,522
Hammond
Massachusetts
1920
89,541
Fall River
1930
94,299
Lynn
1920
95,363
New Bedford
1930
81,360
Somerville
Michigan
1960
93,932
Dearborn
1960
95,538
Flint
1970
93,665
Livonia
Minnesota
1960
85,618
Duluth
Missouri
1900
74,875
St. Joseph
New Jersey
1950
73,562
Camden
2018
99,758
Edison
1950
83,203
Trenton
State
Peak Year
Population
City
New York
1950
96,460
Albany
Brooklyn - annexed by New York City
1960
47,720
Niagara Falls
1930
59,750
Utica
Ohio
1950
70,447
Canton
1970
78,103
Parma
1930
65,469
Youngstown
Pennsylvania
Allegheny - annexed by Pittsburgh
1960
95,508
Erie
1930
88,375
Reading
1930
76,653
Scranton
Virginia
1960
94,398
Portsmouth
1980
99,143
Roanoke
Wisconsin
2018
99,944
Kenosha
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