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St Clair

  1. St. Clair, Alabama, United States [County] includes Acmar, Ashville, Ashville, Avondale Village, Braggsville, Branchville [Populated], Brompton, Caldwell, Chulavista, Coal City, Cooks Springs, Cool Springs, Copper Springs, Crestview Gardens, Cropwell, Eden, Fairview, Ferguson Crossroad, Gilbert, Glen City, Goodwins Mill, Hardwick, Harrisburg, Margaret [Populated], Markeeta, Moody [Populated], New London, Oak Ridge, Odenville [Populated], Park Hill, Parsons, Pell City [Populated], Pinedale Shores, Pleasant Grove, Pleasant Valley, Prescott, Ragland [Populated], Riverside, Saint Clair Springs, Sanie, Seddon, Springville [Populated], Springville Lake Estates, Steele [Populated], Stewarts, Stewarts Crossroads, Tanyard, Turnbough Town, Walkerton, Wattsville, Whitney, Whitney Junction, Wolf Creek [SourceGSP]
  2. St. Clair, Alabama, United States [County]; population was 50,009 in 1990; housing units was 20,382 in 1990; location is 3343'N 8619'W; land area is 633.99 square miles (405,754 acres); water area is 19.67 square miles (12,589 acres); FIPS code is 115 [SourceCBP]
  3. St. Clair, Illinois, United States [County] includes Alorton [Populated], Avery Hill, Belleville [Populated], Birkner, Bixby, Bluffside, Bohleysville, Brooklyn, Bunkum, Cahokia [Populated], Carbon, Caseyville [Populated], Centreville [Populated], Collinsville [Populated], Crossroads, Darmstadt, Douglas, Dupo [Populated], Dutch Hollow, East Carondelet [Populated], East Saint Louis, Edgemont, Exermont, Fairmont City [Populated], Fairview, Falling Spring, Fayetteville [Populated], Floraville, Freeburg [Populated], French Village, Furman, Gartside, Glenview, Golden Gardens, Hilltop, Hollywood Heights, Imbs, Lebanon [Populated], Lenzburg [Populated], Maplewood Park, Marissa [Populated], Mascoutah [Populated], Miller, Millstadt [Populated], National City [Populated], New Athens [Populated], North Dupo, Oak Hills, O'Fallon [Populated], Ogles, Old Marissa, Paderborn, Petersburg, Phelps, Pontiac, Rentchler, Roachtown, Rodemich, Rose Lake, Rosemont, Royal Heights, Saint Libory, Sauget [Populated], Shiloh [Populated], Shiloh Station, Signal Hill, Smithton [Populated], State Park Place, Sterling Place, Stolle, Sugarloaf Heights, Summerfield [Populated], Summit, Swansea [Populated], Tillman, Union Hill, Vulcan, Washington Park [Populated], Westview, Wilderman, Woodcrest [SourceGSP]
  4. St. Clair, Illinois, United States [County]; population was 262,852 in 1990; housing units was 103,432 in 1990; location is 3828'N 8956'W; land area is 663.90 square miles (424,897 acres); water area is 10.09 square miles (6,456 acres); FIPS code is 163 [SourceCBP]
  5. St. Clair, Michigan, United States [City]; population was 5,116 in 1990; housing units was 2,121 in 1990; location is 4249'N 8230'W; land area is 2.78 square miles (1,780 acres); water area is 0.65 square miles (414 acres); FIPS code is 70680 [SourceCBP]
  6. St. Clair, Michigan, United States [County] includes Abbottsford, Adair, Algonac [Populated], Allenton, Anchorville, Atkins, Avalon Beach, Avoca, Bedore, Belle River, Berville, Blaine, Broadbridge Station, Brockway, Capac [Populated], Casco, Cherry Beach, Clays Landing, Columbus, Copeland Corner, Emmett [Populated], Fair Haven, Fargo, Forster, Gardendale, Goodells, Grande Pointe, Hawthorne, Jeddo, Keewahdin, Kimball, Lakeport, Lambs, Lesterville, Maple Leaf, Marine City [Populated], Martindale Beach, Marysville [Populated], Memphis [Populated], Miller, Muirs, Muttonville, North Lakeport, Pearl Beach, Perch Point, Peters, Pointe aux Chenes, Pointe aux Tremble, Port Huron [Populated], Rattle Run, Riley Center, Riverside, Roberts Landing, Ruby, Sans Souci, Smiths Creek, Snyderville, South Park, Sparlingville [Populated], St. Clair [Populated], Starville, Tappan, Thorton, Wadhams, Wales Center, West Tappan, Yale [SourceGSP]
  7. St. Clair, Michigan, United States [County]; population was 145,607 in 1990; housing units was 57,494 in 1990; location is 4256'N 8240'W; land area is 724.46 square miles (463,653 acres); water area is 108.09 square miles (69,180 acres); FIPS code is 147 [SourceCBP]
  8. St. Clair, Michigan, United States [Populated Place] is in St. Clair County; location is 4249'15"N 8229'10"W; was named in year 1950 [SourceGSP]
  9. St. Clair, Minnesota, United States [City]; population was 633 in 1990; housing units was 234 in 1990; location is 445'N 9351'W; land area is 0.55 square miles (354 acres); FIPS code is 56824 [SourceCBP]
  10. St. Clair, Missouri, United States [City]; population was 3,917 in 1990; housing units was 1,604 in 1990; location is 3821'N 9059'W; land area is 2.78 square miles (1,778 acres); water area is 0.01 square miles (6 acres); FIPS code is 64136 [SourceCBP]
  11. St. Clair, Missouri, United States [County] includes Appleton City [Populated], Baker, Birdsong, Browns Ford, Chalk Level, Chloe, Cobb, Collins [Populated], Corbin, Crooks Springs, Gerster [Populated], Hardyville, Harper, Iconium, Iuka Springs, Johnson City, Lindale, Lowry City [Populated], Monegaw Springs, Ninnescah Park, Ohio, Osage Heights, Osceola [Populated], Oyer, Raney, Roscoe [Populated], Taberville, Tiffin, Tracy, Vista [Populated] [SourceGSP]
  12. St. Clair, Missouri, United States [County]; population was 8,457 in 1990; housing units was 4,645 in 1990; location is 382'N 9346'W; land area is 676.73 square miles (433,106 acres); water area is 25.23 square miles (16,146 acres); FIPS code is 185 [SourceCBP]
  13. St. Clair, Pennsylvania, United States [Borough]; population was 3,524 in 1990; housing units was 1,653 in 1990; location is 4043'N 7611'W; land area is 1.22 square miles (783 acres); FIPS code is 67224 [SourceCBP]


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