America is dotted with place names that speak to the strong and vast immigrant foundations of this country. There’s Cairo, New York; Rome, Georgia; London, Arkansas; Paris, Texas; Berlin, New Hampshire; New Prague, Minnesota; Delhi, California; Moscow, Idaho – the list goes on.

Evidence of the influence of the Irish diaspora – 33.3 million strong, according to the most recent census data - stretches across the US from Belfast, Maine all the way to Menlo Park, California; from Detroit’s Corktown neighborhood to Erin, Tennessee.

Each day for the month of February we’ll be featuring an Irish place name in America, giving just a small glimpse of the many Irish stories throughout the American landscape.

If you live in or know of a city, town, or even a cul-de-sac with a distinctly Irish name and history, let us know in the comment section! There’s so much Irish influence to be explored.

Throughout February, IrishCentral explores stories of the Irish place names across America.Thinkstock