There is an interesting article by demographer Michael Barone that appeared recently in the online version of the Wall Street Journal. He descibes in some detail how some cities and states are gaining and losing people. See: http://www.opinionjournal.com/editorial/feature.html?id=110010045
The population of California grew so rapidly after the discovery of gold that it became a state in
The population is gorwing. Idaho was the fourth fastest growing state in 2005.
Harford County is in the state of Maryland in the United States of America. It has a growing population in excess of 244,000. There are many historic towns in Harford County.
In 1990, There Were Only A Million People Living In Nevada; Nevada Is The fastest Growing State Than Any other State In The United States! By 2000 Numbers Increased Being Over 2 Million!. The Current Population is 2,723,322
Vermont has about the same population.
California has the most people.