Samuel Adams (disambiguation)
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Samuel Adams (1722–1803) was a Boston leader in the era of the American Revolution.
Samuel Adams or Sam Adams may also refer to:
- Samuel Adams (Arkansas politician) (1805–1850), acting Governor of Arkansas in 1844
- Sam Adams (Oregon politician) (born 1963), mayor of Portland, Oregon
- Samuel Hunter Adams (1878–1975), mayor of Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Military and intelligence
- Samuel Adams (Loyalist) (1730–1810), Loyalist officer in the Revolutionary War, physician, surgeon
- Samuel Adams (naval officer) (1912–1942), United States naval officer
- Samuel A. Adams (1934–1988), CIA analyst known for challenging official enemy troop estimates during the Vietnam War
- Sam Adams (golfer) (born 1946), PGA Tour golfer
- Sam Adams Sr. (1948–2015), American football player
- Sam Adams (American football) (born 1973)
- Sam Adams (Canadian football) (1928–2015)
- Samuel Adams Sr. (1689–1748), American brewer
- Soren Sorensen Adams or Sam Adams (1879–1963), inventor of the Joy Buzzer and other novelties
- Sam Adams (explorer) (1828–1915), initial surveyor of American West
- Samuel S. Adams (1937–2006), economic geologist
- Samuel Hopkins Adams (1871–1958), American writer and investigative journalist
- Samuel Adams (composer) (born 1985), American composer
- Sammy Adams (born 1987), American rapper
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