There is more than one place called York:
Historically, "muddy York" (the Town of York, established 1793, became Toronto in 1834) was the seat of York County. The Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto split from the county (now York Region) in 1953; a York Township became York, North York and East York - three of the six Metro Toronto boroughs. The boroughs were amalgamated into the City of Toronto in 1998, but many "York" place names (Yorkville, Yorkdale, York Mills) survive in and around Toronto, Ontario:
- York (Ontario) - A region directly north of Toronto which includes Markham, Richmond Hill and Vaughan.
- North York, York and East York as three of the six former boroughs of what is now Toronto.
- York (Quebec) — Formerly an independent municipality, now part of the city of Gaspé, in the Gaspé Peninsula.
- York (Alabama) - A city in the state of Alabama.
- York (Maine) - A beachfront town in the state of Maine.
- York (Montana) - A city in the state of Montana.
- York (Nebraska) - A tiny city in eastern Nebraska.
- York (New York) - A hamlet and town in western New York State.
- York (North Dakota) - A city in the state of North Dakota.
- York (Pennsylvania) - An industrial city in Pennsylvania.
- York (South Carolina) - A city in the state of South Carolina.
- York (Wisconsin) - A city in the state of Wisconsin.
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