Americus

Americus may mean:

Places in the United States
  • Americus, Georgia, a city with a population of around 17,000
  • Americus, Indiana, a small town in Washington Township
  • Americus, Kansas, a city with a population of around 900
People
  • Saint Emeric of Hungary (died 1031), also known as Saint Americus or Emeric, a Hungarian prince
  • Amerigo Vespucci (1454-1512) Italian merchant, explorer and cartographer whose first name was Americus in Latin
Literature
  • Americus, A graphic novel by MK Reed and Jonathon Hill

Other articles related to "americus":

Americus Micropolitan Area
... The Americus Micropolitan Statistical Area, as defined by the United States Census Bureau, is an area consisting of two counties in Georgia, anchored by the city of Americus ...
South Georgia Technical College - Location
... Technical College is located on the outskirts of Americus, in Sumter County, Georgia just southwest of interstate 75 ... Hawkins Americus was known as the Metropolis of Southwest Georgia because of its major cotton distribution ... major (Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport) serving the state is only 2.5 hours from Americus ...
Americus Cardinals
... The Americus Cardinals operated in the Georgia-Florida League from 1935 through 1938 ... During that span, Americus had affiliation agreements with the St ...
Charles R. Crisp
... Born in Ellaville, Georgia, Crisp attended the public schools of Americus, Georgia ... He was admitted to the bar in 1895 and commenced practice in Americus, Georgia ... He resumed the practice of law in Americus, Georgia ...
Americus, Colorado - Geography
... Americus is located at 38°54′09″N 106°09′56″W / 38.9025°N 106.16556°W / 38.9025 -106.16556 (38.9024951,-106.1655744) ...