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United States

  • Buffalo, New York, largest city named Buffalo
    • Buffalo State College
    • University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
  • Buffalo, Illinois, village
  • Buffalo, Indiana
  • Buffalo, Iowa, city
  • Buffalo, Kansas, city
  • Buffalo, Kentucky, unincorporated community
  • Buffalo, Minnesota, city
  • Buffalo, Missouri, city
  • Buffalo, Montana, unincorporated community
  • Buffalo, North Dakota, city
  • Buffalo, Oklahoma, town
  • Buffalo, South Carolina
  • Buffalo, South Dakota, town
  • Buffalo, Tennessee (disambiguation), any of four unincorporated communities
  • Buffalo, Texas, city
  • Buffalo, West Virginia, town
  • Buffalo, Wisconsin (Buffalo County), town
  • Buffalo, Wisconsin (Marquette County), town
  • Buffalo, Wyoming, city
  • Buffalo City, Arkansas, unincorporated community
  • Buffalo City, North Carolina, former town
  • Buffalo City, Wisconsin, city
  • Buffalo County, Nebraska, county
  • Buffalo County, South Dakota, county
  • Buffalo County, Wisconsin, county
  • Buffalo Township, Illinois, township
  • Buffalo Township, Minnesota, township
  • Buffalo Township, Ohio, township
  • Buffalo Township, Pennsylvania (disambiguation), any of four townships
  • New Buffalo, Michigan, city

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