Hamilton is situated in the state of Ohio and a city and seat of Butler County. Located in the northern part of Cincinnati and is considered to be the second-largest city that forms part of the Greater Cincinnati area. The city was founded as Fairfield and was eventually changed to Hamilton after the Secretary of Treasury Alexander Hamilton. It is situated along the two railroad lines and in the Miami and Erie Canal. It started to flourish in the 19th century, and a number of its new residents were from Ireland, Germany, and many other European countries. After a few years, the town established churches, a women’s academy, two newspapers, flour mills, and cotton mills. There's an abundance of businesses that flourished in the city, and it included the manufacturing establishments.

Population 62,258  (2.70%)

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