I removed the following:
- Duluth is the furthest-inland seaport on Earth, at the very beginning of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway, and among the busiest seaports in the world. As of 2006, Duluth was the fourth largest city in Minnesota, after Rochester and the twin cities of St. Paul (the state capital) and Minneapolis. The city was named after the explorer Daniel Greysolon, Sieur Du Lhut. The city's most famous landmark is its Aerial Lift Bridge, one of the few on Earth, built in 1903 as an even more rare aerial ferry bridge (one of only two such bridges ever built in North America), which sits astride the shipping channel that is the harbor's Minnesota-side exit into Lake Superior (the natural exit of the harbor is located in Wisconsin).
- There is a city of Duluth, Georgia which is named after the more famous city in Minnesota. At least four ships of the United States Navy were named for Duluth.
It really isn't necessary or relevant and could be replaced with an external link to wikipedia or other relevant links. --Alan del Beccio 06:16, 22 January 2006 (UTC)
The Duluth mentioned in "The Xindi" (the only known mention) is specifically referenced by Hoshi Sato to be "Duluth, Minnesota." This is based on her recognizing N. Kemper's accent, even though he then claims to have left Duluth (, Minnesota) in junior high school (he was later stationed in Atlanta). The fact that Atlanta was mentioned may have confused some as to the state.--Tim Thomason 23:45, 9 April 2007 (UTC)