Cummins (disambiguation)


Cummins (disambiguation)

Cummins, Inc. is a manufacturer of diesel and natural gas engines. Engines include:


Cummins may also refer to:

Contents

Places

People

Surname

Given name

  • Cummins Jackson, Virginia miller who raised his nephew, General Stonewall Jackson

See also

  • All pages beginning with "Cummins"
  • All pages with titles containing "Cummins"
  • Clan Cumming
  • Cummin
  • Cummins House (disambiguation)
  • Cummings (disambiguation)

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