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The Largest U.S. Cities by Population from 1790 to 2020

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Interesting graphic.  Watch Detroit and L.A.’s sharp ascent starting in the 1920s, which illustrates the auto industry’s outsize impact on the urban demographics.   Also, San Francisco’s ascent during/after the Gold Rush in the 1850s. [embedded content] Share this:Like this:Like Loading...

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Interesting graphic.  Watch Detroit and L.A.’s sharp ascent starting in the 1920s, which illustrates the auto industry’s outsize impact on the urban demographics.   Also, San Francisco’s ascent during/after the Gold Rush in the 1850s.

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