List of biblical place names in North America
North America List
United States extended list
Bethabara (Aramaic בית עברה Bēth‛ăbhārāh) is a site where John the Baptist baptized.
- Bethabara Historic District, North Carolina
- Bethany, Connecticut
- Bethany, Parke County, Indiana
- Bethany, Nebraska
- Bethany, Ohio
- Bethany, Oklahoma
- Bethany, Oregon
- Bethany, Pennsylvania
- Bethany, West Virginia
- Bethel, Arkansas (disambiguation)
- Bethel, Connecticut
- Bethel, Maine
- Bethel, Missouri
- Bethel, Ohio
- Bethel, Vermont
- Bethel Heights, Arkansas
- Bethel Island, California
- Bethel Springs, Tennessee
- Bethel Township, Lebanon County, Pennsylvania
The Pool of Bethesda (Aramaic בית חסדא Beth ḥesda "House of Mercy") is a healing pool in Jerusalem.
- Bethesda, Maryland
- Bethesda Fountain in New York's Central Park
- Bethesda Orphanage of Savannah, Georgia
Bethlehem (בֵית לֶחֶם Beit Lehem, Literally: "House of the bread'") was a town in the hill country of Judah and the birthplace of Jesus (according to Mark and Luke) and David, as well as the place of death of Rachel.
Mount Carmel (Hebrew הַר הַכַּרְמֶל, Har HaKarmel, "God's vineyard") was a sacred mountain where Elijah defeated the prophets of a Ba'al in a contest. Carmel was a town in Judea mentioned as the residence of Nabal and Abigail.
- Goshen, Arkansas
- Goshen, Alabama
- Goshen, Connecticut
- Goshen, Indiana
- Goshen, Kentucky
- Goshen, Massachusetts
- Goshen, Missouri
- Goshen (town), New York
- Goshen, Oregon
- Goshen County, Wyoming
- Goshen Township, Hardin County, Ohio
- Goshen Township, Tuscarawas County, Ohio
- Goshen Settlement, a historical area in Illinois
- Hebron, Arkansas
- Hebron, Maryland
- Hebron, Nebraska
- Hebron, New York
- Hebron, North Dakota
- Hebron, Pleasants County, West Virginia
- Hebron, Ohio
- Jerusalem, Arkansas
- Jerusalem, New York
- Jerusalem, Ohio
- Jerusalem, Virginia, now Courtland, Virginia
- Ohio River, called the "River Jordan" by slaves escaping to freedom in the North before and during the American Civil War
- Jordan River (Utah)
- Where most of the Bible stories took place in what is today Israel
- Mt. Judea, Arkansas
- Lebanon, Arkansas
- Lebanon, Connecticut
- Lebanon, Indiana
- Lebanon, Kentucky
- Lebanon, Maine
- Lebanon, Ohio
- Lebanon, Pennsylvania
- Lebanon, Tennessee
Ophir (Hebrew אוֹפִיר ʼÔp̄îr) is mentioned in the Bible as a source of King Solomon's wealth.
Palestine is a narrow region long the Mediterranean Sea from Northern Sinai until Caesarea.
- Palestine, Arkansas
- Palestine, Illinois
- Palestine, Texas
- Palestine, Kosciusko County, Indiana
- East Palestine, Ohio
- Palestine, Wirt County, West Virginia
Rehoboth (Hebrew רְחוֹבוֹת Reḥovot, "broad place") is the name of three places in the Bible.
- Rehoboth, Massachusetts
- Rehoboth Beach, Delaware
- Rehoboth, New Mexico
- Rehoboth, Perry County, Ohio
- Rehoboth, Seneca County, Ohio
- Salem, Alabama
- Salem, Arkansas
- Salem, Connecticut
- Salem, Florida
- Salem, Georgia
- Salem, Illinois
- Salem, Indiana
- Salem, Iowa
- Salem, Kentucky
- Salem, Massachusetts
- Salem Township, Washtenaw County, Michigan
- Salem, Missouri
- Salem, Nebraska
- Salem, New Hampshire
- Salem, New Jersey
- Salem, New Mexico
- Salem, New York
- Salem, North Carolina
- Winston-Salem, North Carolina
- Old Salem, a history museum in Winston-Salem
- Salem, Ohio
- Salem, Oklahoma
- Salem, Oregon, the state capital
- Salem, South Carolina
- Salem, South Dakota
- Salem, Texas, in Newton County
- Salem, Utah
- Salem, Virginia, an independent city adjacent to Roanoke
- Salem, Virginia Beach, Virginia, a neighborhood
- Salem, West Virginia
- Salem, Wisconsin
- Salem, Kenosha County, Wisconsin, a town in Kenosha County
- Salem (community), Kenosha County, Wisconsin, an unincorporated community in Kenosha County
- Salem, Pierce County, Wisconsin, a town in Pierce County
- Salem (community), Pierce County, Wisconsin, an unincorporated community in Pierce County
- Salem Oaks, Wisconsin, an unincorporated community in Kenosha County
Shiloh (Hebrew שילו Šîlô / שלו Šīlô / שלה Šīlōh) was an assembly place for the people of Israel where there was a sanctuary containing the Ark of the Covenant.
- Shiloh, Arkansas (disambiguation)
- Shiloh, Georgia
- Shiloh, Indiana
- Shiloh, Richland County, Ohio
- Shiloh, Hampshire County, West Virginia
Tyre (Hebrew צור Ṣōr) is a city in the Lebanon mentioned many times in the Old Testament.
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- Gudde, Erwin; William Bright (2004). California Place Names (Fourth ed. ed.). University of California Press. p. 15. ISBN 0-520-24217-3.
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