Peters may refer to:
- Peters (surname)
- Peters, California, a census-designated place in the United States
- Peters, Florida, a town in the United States
- Peters Township, Franklin County, Pennsylvania
- Peters Township, Washington County, Pennsylvania
- Gall–Peters projection in cartography
- Edition Peters, a German music publishing house, also known as C.F. Peters Musikverlag
- Peters (bakery) a bakery chain in the United Kingdom
- Peters Ice Cream, an Australian ice cream brand now owned by Nestlé
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... Peters, Florida was a community in southern Dade County during the first half of the 20th century ...
... Louanner Peters is a former deputy governor of Illinois ... Peters grew up on a farm in Angie, Louisiana, and was the ninth of twelve children ... According to an anonymous source, Peters is said to be the person referred to as "Senate Candidate 4" in the Blagojevich criminal complaint ...
... Steven Bradley Peters is a former Major League Baseball pitcher ... Peters pitched in 56 games in 1987 and 1988 for the St ...
... Peters (1822–1904), Maine State Senator 1862-1863, Maine State Representative 1864, Attorney General of Maine 1864-1866, U.S ... Peters ... Peters (1864–1953), Judge of Ellsworth, Maine Municipal Court 1896-1908 Maine State Representative 1913 ... U.S ...
Famous quotes containing the word peters:
“The Reverend Samuel Peters ... exaggerated the Blue Laws, but they did include Capital Lawes providing a death penalty for any child over sixteen who was found guilty of cursing or striking his natural parents; a death penalty for an incorrigible son; a law forbidding smoking except in a room in a private house; another law declaring smoking illegal except on a journey five miles away from home,...”
—Administration for the State of Con, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)