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Miami is the autonym for the Miami Indians once of Ohio, Indiana, and Michigan.
While there is no longer any place in the U.S. state of Ohio known simply as Miami, the term is a part of the name of several places in Ohio, as follows:
- Miami Shores, Ohio, unincorporated community in Montgomery County
- Miami Villa, Ohio, unincorporated community in Montgomery County
- Miamisburg, Ohio, city in Montgomery County
- Miamitown, Ohio, unincorporated community in Hamilton County
- Miamiville, Ohio, unincorporated community in Clermont county
- New Miami, Ohio, village in Butler County
County and county subdivisions
- Miami County, Ohio
- Miami Township, Clermont County, Ohio
- Miami Township, Greene County, Ohio
- Miami Township, Hamilton County, Ohio
- Miami Township, Logan County, Ohio
- Miami Township, Montgomery County, Ohio
Historical place names
- Fort Miami (Ohio), a fort built on the Maumee River
- Miami Valley, a term for the Dayton metropolitan area
- Miami University, in Oxford
- Miami RedHawks, the intercollegiate sports program of Miami University
- Miami and Erie Canal, canal in Ohio that used to run from Toledo to Cincinnati
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