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Famous Americans

Famous Natives listed represent a very small sampling of potential choices. For additional U.S. Famous Natives view the individual U.S. State pages.
  • John Adams 2nd american president
  • Susan B. Anthony activist/woman suffrage alliance
  • Louis Armstrong musician
  • Lucille Ball actress, comedian
  • Clara Barton founder american red cross
  • Beach Boys musical group
  • Andrew Carnegie financier/philanthropist
  • Bob Dylan singer/songwriter
  • Thomas Edison inventor extraordinaire
  • Henry Ford industrialist/philanthropist
  • Benjamin Franklin diplomat/inventor/scientist
  • Robert Frost poet
  • Bill Gates founder microsoft/philanthropist
  • Ernest Hemingway author
  • Bobby Jones golfer
  • Martin Luther King civil rights leader
  • Stephen King author
  • Abraham Lincoln 16th American president who helped direct the victory of the Union forces in the American Civil War and called for the abolition of slavery and reunification of the country.
  • Joe Louis boxer
  • Douglas MacArthur general/statesman
  • Rosa Parks civil-rights freedom fighter
  • Edgar Allen Poe author/poet
  • Jackie Robinson baseball player
  • Eleanor Roosevelt first lady/humanitarian
  • Theodore Roosevelt 26th american president
  • Pete Sampras tennis player
  • George Washington general, 1st american president, set precedents in his functions of governance that proved to be integral to establishing democratic principles within the new nation.
  • John Wayne actor

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Mississippi Jackson Mississippi
Missouri Jefferson City Missouri
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Ohio Columbus Ohio
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Oregon Salem Oregon
Pennsylvania Harrisburg Pennsylvania
Rhode Island Providence Rhode Island
South Carolina Columbia South Carolina
South Dakota Pierre South Dakota
Tennessee Nashville Tennessee
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Utah Salt Lake City Utah
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Virginia Richmond Virginia
Washington Olympia Washington
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Wisconsin Madison Wisconsin
Wyoming Cheyenne Wyoming

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