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}}'''Adamsville''' is the capital and largest city of the [[Federal States|F.S.]] State of [[Ogdalen]], and the seat of Adams county. With a population of 357,543 as of 2020, it is the ___th largest in the nation. It is the center of the Adamsville Metropolitan Area, with around 1.4 million people, which is one of the fastest growing metros in the country.
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}}'''Adamsville''' is the capital and largest city of the [[Federal States|F.S.]] State of [[Ogdalen]], and the seat of Adams county. With a population of 357,543 as of 2020, it is the ___th largest in the nation. It is the center of the Adamsville Metropolitan Area, with around 1.4 million people, which is one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the country.
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Adamsville was founded in 1772 on the banks of the Cholotka River. It was named for Fort Adams, which was named after explorer Henry Adams. The city quickly grew as it was the uppermost navigable city on the river upstream from Lake Fisher. In 1802, it was named the state capital of Ogdalen, replacing Morganton. After slavery was abolished, it became the most industrialized city in the northeast.
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Today, it is a major center for the music industry, especially country and hip-hop. Other important industries include food distribution and manufacturing, automobile assembly, healthcare, and technology. Major corporations headquartered in or near the city include Archantana Records, Cybus, Musician's Center, Myriad Health, and Winstons. It is home to many colleges and universities, including Evergreen University, which is consistently ranked in the top 25 schools in the nation.
 
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Adamsville
City
CountryFederal States
 • StateOgdalen
 • CountyAdams
Founded1772
DemonymAdamsvillian
Population
 • Census (2020)357,543

Adamsville is the capital and largest city of the F.S. State of Ogdalen, and the seat of Adams county. With a population of 357,543 as of 2020, it is the ___th largest in the nation. It is the center of the Adamsville Metropolitan Area, with around 1.4 million people, which is one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the country.

Adamsville was founded in 1772 on the banks of the Cholotka River. It was named for Fort Adams, which was named after explorer Henry Adams. The city quickly grew as it was the uppermost navigable city on the river upstream from Lake Fisher. In 1802, it was named the state capital of Ogdalen, replacing Morganton. After slavery was abolished, it became the most industrialized city in the northeast.

Today, it is a major center for the music industry, especially country and hip-hop. Other important industries include food distribution and manufacturing, automobile assembly, healthcare, and technology. Major corporations headquartered in or near the city include Archantana Records, Cybus, Musician's Center, Myriad Health, and Winstons. It is home to many colleges and universities, including Evergreen University, which is consistently ranked in the top 25 schools in the nation.