Saint Patrick, Missouri Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

If you're wondering how many people actually live in Saint Patrick City, it might help to know a little bit about the city's history. There are several interesting facts about this city that will give you some insight into the people who live there. For instance, there are two major Irish communities in the city: Emerald Isle, N.C., which has a population of 3,720, and Irishtown, Ill. Both of these communities have Irish heritage, and the city is famous for a St. Patrick's Day parade held in the City.

The first major event is St. Patrick's Cathedral, located on Fifth Avenue. Originally, it was situated at the corner of Prince and Mott streets, and became the seat of the Archdiocese of New York. Its initial purpose was to serve the Irish community of New York. Today, that community has been replaced by Latin American immigrants. The cathedral was originally built in 1834 and was dedicated to St. Patrick the patron Saint.

There was a slight spike in crime during St. Patrick's Day festivities in Boston and Chicago, both of which are famous for their green beer. While Boston and Chicago had slightly higher than average arrest rates, smaller cities experienced larger increases than average. A smaller city like Savannah has about 150,000 people and twice as many people, but its parade is still twice as popular as its population. In comparison, larger cities like Cleveland have half the population of Savannah, which has a much lower crime rate.