Titel: Collin County, Texas
Dallas, Plano, Texas, Wylie, Texas, Anna, Texas, Fairview, Texas, New Hope, Texas, Melissa, Texas, Richardson, Texas, Garland, Texas, Princeton, Texas, Farmersville, Texas, Frisco, Texas, Carrollton, Texas, Van Alstyne, Texas, Weston.
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 95. Chapters: Dallas, Plano, Texas, Wylie, Texas, Anna, Texas, Fairview, Texas, New Hope, Texas, Melissa, Texas, Richardson, Texas, Garland, Texas, Princeton, Texas, Farmersville, Texas, Frisco, Texas, Carrollton, Texas, Van Alstyne, Texas, Weston, Texas, McKinney, Texas, Allen, Texas, Royse City, Texas, Sachse, Texas, Lucas, Texas, Parker, Texas, Hebron, Texas, Blue Ridge, Texas, Lavon, Texas, St. Paul, Collin County, Texas, Lowry Crossing, Texas, Prosper, Texas, Nevada, Texas, Josephine, Texas, Murphy, Texas, Westminster, Texas, Celina, Texas, University of Texas at Dallas, Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, National Register of Historic Places listings in Collin County, Texas, Plano Independent School District, Texas's 3rd congressional district, Texas Legends, Allen Event Center, St. Jude Catholic Church, Allen, Texas, Collin College, Texas State Highway 289, White Rock Creek, Parks and open spaces of Collin County, Texas, Liberty National Life Insurance Company, Texas State Highway 5, Preston Trail, Lake Ray Hubbard, Collin McKinney, Wylie Independent School District (Collin County, Texas), Stonebriar Centre, Texas State Highway 78, Frisco Independent School District, Copeville, Texas, Lovejoy Independent School District, United American Insurance Company, Collin County Regional Airport at McKinney, Torchmark, Allen Americans, McKinney Independent School District, Celina Independent School District, Westwood Junior High School, Prosper Independent School District, Lake Lavon, Allen Independent School District, Renner, Dallas, Texas, Frisco Thunder, Prosper High School, Gunter Independent School District, Farm to Market Road 455, Princeton Independent School District, Anna Independent School District, Whitewright Independent School District, Blue Ridge Independent School District, Bland Independent School District, Melissa Independent School District, CoServ Electric, TPC Craig Ranch, Van Alstyne Independent School District, Gabe Nesbitt Field, John Clark Field, Carpenter House (Plano, Texas), Community Independent School District, St. Peter's Episcopal Church (McKinney, Texas), Adriatica McKinney, Texas, Royse City Independent School District, Farmersville Masonic Lodge No. 214, A.F. and A.M, Farmers Electric Cooperative, Farmersville Independent School District, Leonard Independent School District, Fannin County Electric Cooperative, Grayson-Collin Electric Cooperative, Trenton Independent School District, Westminster Independent School District. Excerpt: Dallas ( ) is the third-largest city in Texas and the ninth-largest in the United States. The Dallas-Fort Worth Metropolitan Area is the fourth largest in the United States. Divided between Collin, Dallas, Denton, Kaufman, and Rockwall counties, the city had a 2010 population of approximately 1.2 million, according to the United States Census Bureau. The city is the largest economic center of the 12-county metropolitan area that according to the March 2010 U.S. Census Bureau release, had a population of roughly 6.5 million as of July 2009. The metropolitan area is the largest metropolitan area in the South and fourth-largest metropolitan area in the United States. Dallas was founded in 1841 and formally incorporated as a city in February 1856. The city's economy is primarily based on banking, commerce, telecommunications, computer technology, energy, and transportation, home to several Fortune 500 companies. Located in North Texas and a major city in the Ameri...