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    (1825- )
    Located across the Columbia River from Portland, Oregon
    County seat of Clark County
    Nicknamed: The Couve
    Population: 161,791 (2010)
    Incorporated (1857)
    4th largest city in Washington
    Home of the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, Pearson Field and Esther Short Park
    It shares its name with a large Canadian city of the same name, which is located 305 miles north from here.
    It is overshadowed by its neighboring city, Portland, Oregon.
    Some people who live here have to pay Oregon's income tax if they held a job in Oregon.
    It has been struck by two destructive floods (1894 and 1948) and two tornadoes (1972 and 2008).
    Its bad economy caused its Fourth of July fireworks show to be canceled for the year (2009).
    Lewis and Clark settled a camping site here (1806).
    It is where the oldest apple tree in the Pacific Northwest was planted.
    It has the country's oldest active airfield.
    Notable miltary figures including Ulysses S. Grant and George Marshall served in Fort Vancouver.
    Country music singer-songwriter Willie Nelson started his music career here.
    Nautilus, Inc. has its headquarters here.
    It was listed at #91 by CNN Money as one of the best places to live in the country (2005).

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