US Cities That Formerly Had 100,000 Residents

Based on the state, name all the cites in the US that once had 100,000 people but do no longer.
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Top Year
State
Answer
1890
New York
Brooklyn
1900
Pennsylvania
Allegheny
1900
Missouri
St. Joseph's
1920
Massachusetts
Fall River
1920
Massachusetts
New Bedford
1930
Massachusetts
Lynn
1930
Pennsylvania
Reading
1930
Pennsylvania
Scranton
1930
Massachusetts
Somerville
1930
New York
Utica
1930
Ohio
Youngstown
1940
Delaware
Wilmington
1950
New York
Albany
1950
New Jersey
Camden
Top Year
State
Answer
1950
Ohio
Canton
1950
New Jersey
Trenton
1960
Michigan
Dearborn
1960
Minnesota
Duluth
1960
Pennsylvania
Erie
1960
Michigan
Flint
1960
Indiana
Gary
1960
Indiana
Hammond
1960
New York
Niagara Falls
1960
Virginia
Portsmouth
1970
Michigan
Livonia
1970
Ohio
Parma
1980
Virginia
Roanoke
2012
Wisconsin
Kenosha
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Level 80
Jun 16, 2018
Brooklyn has well over 100,000 residents. It's just that it's no longer a city. That doesn't seem like it fits the instructions.
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Level 69
Jun 18, 2018
Youngstown is misspelled.