Brownsville

Brownsville may refer to:

United States
  • Brownsville, California (disambiguation), the name of several places
  • Brownsville, Florida
    • Brownsville (Metrorail station), located at the above location
  • Brownsville, the original name of the South Atlanta neighborhood of Atlanta, Georgia
  • Brownsville, Illinois, in Jackson County
  • Brownsville (Unincorporated Town), Illinois, in White County
  • Brownsville, Indiana
  • Brownsville, Kentucky
  • Brownsville, Maryland
  • Brownsville, Minnesota
  • Brownsville, Mississippi, in Hinds County, Mississippi
  • Brownsville, Brooklyn, New York
  • Brownsville, Ohio
  • Brownsville, Oregon
  • Brownsville, Pennsylvania
    • Brownsville, Berks County, Pennsylvania
    • Brownsville Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania
  • Brownsville, Tennessee
  • Brownsville, Texas, largest population among cities with this name
  • Brownsville, Vermont
  • Brownsville, Washington
  • Brownsville, Wisconsin
Canada
  • Brownsville, British Columbia
  • Brownsville, Nova Scotia
  • Brownsville, Durham Region, Ontario
  • Brownsville, Oxford County, Ontario
  • Brownsville Station, Ontario
  • The original name of Schomberg, Ontario
  • An early settlement of Woodbridge, Ontario, founded between 1802-1837, now subsumed by Woodbridge
Australia
  • Brownsville, New South Wales, a suburb of Wollongong, New South Wales

Other articles related to "brownsville":

St. Mary's Catholic School (Brownsville, Texas)
... It is located in Brownsville, Texas, United States, and serves the children of the lower Rio Grande Valley and Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mexico ... It is located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brownsville ...
List Of Unused Highways In Pennsylvania - Pennsylvania - Brownsville
... Route 40 at Grindstone Road approximately one mile south of Brownsville ... the stub configuration was redesigned into an access road (named Redstone Way) that provides Brownsville with direct access to the Mon-Fayette Expressway ... On October 23, 2008, a four-lane travel option between Brownsville and Uniontown finally came to fruition with the opening of an eight-mile stretch of ...
South-West Oxford - Historical Landmarks/cultural Resources - Brownsville Public Library
163518 Brownsville Rd, Brownsville ... of the Oxford County Library located in the Brownsville Community Hall ... Plaque- The Brownsville Cheese Company plaque was donated by the Brownsville Women's Institute in 1966, the last year of operations of the plant ...
Steve Hill (evangelist)
... the evangelist who preached in what became known as the Brownsville Revival ... The Brownsville Revival was a series of meetings at Brownsville Assembly of God in Pensacola, Florida that began on Father's Day, 1995 and continued for five years ...
Brownsville, Maryland - History
... extending from Gapland, south to the future location of Brownsville ... The first post office in Brownsville was established January 28, 1833, with John H. 3, 1836, by John Brown, who was born near Brownsville, December 20, 1790, served as a soldier in the War of 1812 and saw action at the Battle of North Point ...