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Lists of Americans

This is a collection of lists of Americans, lists of people from the United States, grouped by various criteria, including ethnicity, region, city, state, and occupation.

Contents

  • By ethnicity or place of origin 1
  • List of people by U.S. State 2
    • District of Columbia 2.1
    • Territories (insular areas) 2.2
  • List of people by U.S. cities 3
    • New England 3.1
    • Middle Atlantic 3.2
    • South Atlantic 3.3
    • East North Central 3.4
    • West North Central 3.5
    • West South Central 3.6
    • East South Central 3.7
    • Mountain 3.8
    • Pacific 3.9
  • By occupation 4
    • Architecture 4.1
    • Art 4.2
    • Music-related 4.3
    • Writers 4.4
    • Other 4.5
  • See also 5

By ethnicity or place of origin

List of people by U.S. State

District of Columbia

Territories (insular areas)

List of people by U.S. cities

New England

Middle Atlantic

South Atlantic

East North Central

West North Central

West South Central

East South Central

Mountain

Pacific

By occupation

Architecture

Art

Music-related

Writers

Writers by type
Writers by ethnicity

Other

See also

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