Meade may refer to:

Geographic placenames
  • Meade Glacier, Washington, USA
  • Meade Island, Western Australia
  • Meade River, Alaska, USA
Populated places or administrative divisions
  • Meade, Kansas
  • Meade County, Kansas
  • Meade County, Kentucky
  • Meade County, South Dakota
  • Meade Township, Huron County, Michigan
  • Meade Township, Mason County, Michigan
  • Meade (surname), people with the surname Meade, including
    • George Meade (1815–1872), Union General during the American Civil War
    • James Meade (1907–1995), British economist and winner of the 1977 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences
Other uses
  • Meade Instruments, a company that manufactures telescopes and other astronomy accessories
  • Meade Senior High School, a high school in Fort Meade, Maryland
  • Meade Stadium, of the University of Rhode Island in Kingston, Rhode Island

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Meade National Forest
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Marion Meade - Biography
... Born in Pittsburgh, the eldest of three children, Meade grew up in an academic environment ... Meade first became interested in journalism while attending Bethel Township High School where she edited the school paper and worked summers on a local newspaper ... Meade’s first book, published in 1973, was a direct result of her involvement in the women’s liberation movement of the Sixties ...
Sammy Green - Early Life
... He attended Fort Meade High School in Fort Meade, Florida, where he played high school football for the Fort Meade Miners ...
Lucky Hit
... hallway house was built by Colonel Richard Kidder Meade around 1791, and was named by Meade in his belief that he had made a fortunate choice in his property ... The property stayed in the Meade family until 1869 ...