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List of renamed places in the United States

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List of renamed places in the United States

This is the list of renamed places in the United States --- various political and physical entities in the U.S. that have had their names changed, though not by merger, split, or any other process which was not one-to-one. It also generally does not include differences due to a change in status, for example, a "River Bluff Recreation Area" that becomes "River Bluff State Park".


  • Alaska 1
  • Connecticut 2
  • Florida 3
  • Georgia 4
  • Indiana 5
  • Massachusetts 6
  • Mississippi 7
  • New Jersey 8





  • Kennesaw
  • Bartow County
  • Vinings
  • Franklin is now Franklin nearby)
  • Sandy Springs
  • Tate
  • Jonesboro
  • Lovejoy
  • Tate
  • Atlanta
  • Alpharetta
  • Acworth
  • Vinings
  • Mountain View
  • Smyrna
  • Atlanta
  • Tunnel Hill
  • Smyrna



  • Manchester (1645-1989) became Manchester-By-The-Sea (1989-Present).


New Jersey

  • New Orange is now [[
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