Petersburg, or Petersburgh, may refer to:

In Australia:

  • Petersburg, former name of Peterborough, South Australia

In Russia:

  • Saint Petersburg, frequently referred to simply as "Petersburg"

In the United States:

  • Petersburg, Alaska
  • Petersburg, California
  • Petersburg, California, former name of Greasertown, California
  • Petersburg, Delaware
  • Petersburg, Georgia
  • Petersburg, Illinois
  • Petersburg, Indiana
  • Petersburg, Delaware County, Iowa
  • Petersburg, Muscatine County, Iowa
  • Petersburg, Boone County, Kentucky
  • Petersburg, Jefferson County, Kentucky
  • Petersburg, Michigan
  • Petersburg, Nebraska
  • Petersburgh, New York
  • Petersburg, Burke County, North Carolina
  • Petersburg, Madison County, North Carolina
  • Petersburg, Onslow County, North Carolina
  • Petersburg, North Carolina, former name of Moravian Falls, North Carolina
  • Petersburg, North Dakota
  • Petersburg, Ohio
  • Petersburg, Pennsylvania
  • Petersburg, Tennessee
  • Petersburg, Texas
  • Petersburg, Virginia
  • Petersburg, West Virginia
  • Petersburg, Wisconsin

Petersburg may also refer to:

  • Petersburg (novel), 1913 novel by Andrei Bely
  • Siege of Petersburg, a battle of the American Civil War

Other articles related to "petersburg":

Appomattox Manor - The War Years
... He soon left the army to become a contract surgeon at a Confederate hospital in Petersburg ... them to flee their home for the safety of Petersburg ... When the war came to Petersburg two years later Mrs ...
Appomattox Campaign - Union Offensive - Breakthrough At Petersburg (April 2)
... Further information Third Battle of Petersburg Back at the entrenchments around Petersburg, Grant ordered a general assault against the Petersburg lines by the II ... After dark, Lee ordered the evacuation of Petersburg and Richmond ...
Petersburg, Tennessee - Demographics
... There were 235 households out of which 28.9% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 51.1% were married couples living together, 12.3% had a female householder with no husband present, and 33.2% were non-families. 31.1% of all households were made up of individuals and 15.7% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older ...
Abraham Harkavy - Works
... Among his numerous works in Russian, Hebrew, German, and French, there should be mentioned his Ha-Yehudim u-Sefat ha-Slawim, studies in the early history of the Jews of Russia, first published in Russian by the Imperial Russian Archeological Society under the title Ob Yazykye Yevreyev, etc ... (St ...
Henry Greville
... Petersburg, studied languages and science and married Émile Durand, a French law professor at Petersburg, with whom she returned to France in 1872 ... Petersburg journals A travers des champs and Sonia, and continued her production in France, first with the novels Dosia (1876) and L'Expiation de Savéli (1876), depicting Russian ...