Every major city in Ohio (Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati, Canton) starts with a C. Is there some story behind this?
Don’t know, most off the Ohio was populated while the US was fighting Indians, French and British, so they probably all started out as forts.
Meaningless trivia; Cincinatti was the first city to host the US-AFL national tournament.
It’s a conspira-C.
It’s not true.
Akron, Dayton and Toledo all have much larger populations than Canton. Toledo has as many people as Cincinatti.
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