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Chautauqua is an adult education movement in the United States.
Chautauqua (horse) is a champion racehorse with cult status.
Chautauqua, a word of uncertain translation originating from the now-extinct Erie language, may also refer to:
- Chautauqua Institution, where the Chautauqua movement started in 1874; still in operation
- Chautauqua, a literary journal published by the Chautauqua Institution
- Chautauqua Lake, a lake in Chautauqua County in western New York, and the source of all other places with this name
- Chautauqua Lake, a lake in Pinellas County, Florida USA
- Chautauqua, Illinois, a private summer resort, originally started as a tent Chautauqua
- Chautauqua, Kansas, a city
- Chautauqua Lake (Copiah County, Mississippi), a lake in Mississippi
- Lake Chautauqua (Tippah County, Mississippi), a lake in Mississippi
- Chautauqua, New York, a town
- Chautauqua (CDP), New York, census-designated place corresponding to the area of the Chautauqua Institution
- Chautauqua, Ohio, a town
- Chautauqua County, Kansas
- Chautauqua County, New York
- Chautauqua Park, a park in the foothills of Boulder, CO
- Chautauqua Park Historic District, a neighborhood in Des Moines, Iowa
- Chautauqua Airlines, a regional airline based in Indianapolis, Indiana
- 21st-century Chautauquas, a list of present-day Chautauquas
- Chadakoin River, an outlet of Chautauqua Lake with an alternate transliteration of the same Erie word
- New Chautauqua, music album by Pat Metheny
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