Places in the U.S. named after the cranberry (or some variation on the spelling): 7

Pennsylvania lays claim to the two Cranberry-named townships with the most people in the country. Cranberry Township in Butler County was the most populous place last year with nearly 29,000 residents. Cranberry township, in Venango County has about 6,600 people.

( Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times / November 1, 2007 )

Pennsylvania lays claim to the two Cranberry-named townships with the most people in the country. Cranberry Township in Butler County was the most populous place last year with nearly 29,000 residents. Cranberry township, in Venango County has about 6,600 people.

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