City (1990 pop. 10,733), seat of Pulaski co., S Ky., in a farm, coal, and limestone area of the Cumberland foothills inc. 1810. A railroad center, it has agriculture (tobacco, corn, wheat, livestock, poultry, and dairying) and diversified manufactures, including jewelry metal, glass, and wood products building materials lumber and granite monuments.
Residential town (1990 pop. 17,655), Bristol co., SE Mass., on the Taunton River settled 1677, set off from Swansea and inc. 1790. It has varied manufacturing, including varnishes.
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