Buckingham (disambiguation)

Buckingham (disambiguation)

Buckingham is a town in Buckinghamshire. It may also refer to:


*Buckingham, Quebec
*Buckingham Island, Nunavut;England
*Buckingham Palace, official London residence of the British monarch;India
*Buckingham Canal, artificial canal between Kakinada and Chennai along the Coromandel Coast;United States
*Buckingham, Florida
*Buckingham, Illinois
*Buckingham, Iowa
*Buckingham, Texas
*Buckingham, Virginia
*Buckingham County, Virginia
*Buckingham Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania
*Buckingham Township, Wayne County, Pennsylvania


*The Duke of Buckingham, a title of British peerage
*A. David Buckingham, a British physical chemist
*Catharinus P. Buckingham, American Civil War general
*Edgar Buckingham, creator of the Buckingham π theorem, a key theorem in dimensional analysis
*James Silk Buckingham, oriental traveller
*Leicester Silk Buckingham, playwright
*Lindsey Buckingham, American rock musician and member of Fleetwood Mac
*VanceBuckingham, Australian rock musician, founding member of Buster Hymanz & The Penetrators


*Buckingham School, an English school
*Buckingham School (Florida), a historic schoolhouse in the United States
*The Buckingham Browne & Nichols School, a private school in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
*University of Buckingham, a private university in England

Other uses

*Buckingham (automobile), an English automobile
*Buckingham (Beanie Baby), a Beanie Baby bear produced by Ty, Inc. in 2000, sold exclusively in the United Kingdom
*Buckingham Fountain, Chicago, Illinois
*The Buckingham, a high-rise condominium in Chicago, Illinois
*Buckingham π theorem, a mathematical theorem about dimensional analysis

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