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Vancouver, WA is a largest city in and the county seat of Clark County. It is the fourth largest city in the state and a large suburb of Portland, Oregon. The city sits on the north bank of the Columbia River along the Washington-Oregon border and has approximately 74 neighborhoods. The city motto is "a colorful past, a bright future." It is an award-winning city ranked #39 on Wallethub's "best places to live for families in the U.S." list for 2016. More than a quarter of adults in the city have four-year degrees or more. It is an upper-middle income community compared to state and national standards. It is an extremely diverse city in terms of both race and ethnicity. The majority of residents identify themselves as Caucasian, Asian or Hispanic. English is the primary language among residents, followed by Spanish and Russian.
Before the arrival of European explorers and settlers, the area was inhabited by a number of different indigenous tribes, like the Chinookan and Klickitat...Read more
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