List of Mafia FamiliesMain article: List of Mafia crime families See also: List of Italian American mobsters and List of American mobsters by organization
The following is a list of all the Mafia families, past and present, that have been active in America. Note that some families have members and associates working in other regions as well. The organization is not limited to these regions.
- Buffalo, New York (Buffalo crime family)
- Chicago, Illinois (Chicago Outfit)
- Cleveland, Ohio (Cleveland crime family)
- Dallas, Texas (Dallas crime family)
- Denver, Colorado (Denver crime family)
- Detroit, Michigan (Detroit Partnership)
- Kansas City, Missouri (Kansas City crime family)
- Los Angeles, California (Los Angeles crime family)
- Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Milwaukee crime family)
- New England (Patriarca crime family)
- New Jersey (DeCavalcante crime family)
- New Orleans, Louisiana (New Orleans crime family)
- New York, New York (The Five Families)
- Bonanno crime family
- Colombo crime family
- Gambino crime family
- Genovese crime family
- Lucchese crime family
- Northeastern Pennsylvania (Bufalino crime family)
- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Philadelphia crime family)
- Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Pittsburgh crime family)
- Rochester, New York (Rochester crime family)
- San Francisco, California (San Francisco crime family)
- San Jose, California (San Jose crime family)
- St. Louis, Missouri (St. Louis crime family)
- Tampa, Florida (Trafficante crime family)
- Springfield, Illinois (Zito Crime Family)
- Rockford, Illinois (Rockford Crime Family)
- Madison, Wisconsin (Madison Crime Family)
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