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  1. James Dixon was a United States Representative and Senator from Connecticut.
  2. James Dixon a.k.a. James R. Dixon: Dr. James Ray Dixon is Professor Emeritus and Curator Emeritus of Amphibians and Reptiles at the Texas Cooperative Wildlife Collection at Texas A&M University. He lived in El Campo, Texas throughout most of his childhood. He has published prolifically on the subject of herpetology in his distinguished career, authoring and co-authoring several books, book chapters, and numerous peer reviewed notes and articles, describing two new genera, and many new species, earning him a reputation as one of the most prominent herpetologist of his generation. His main research focus has been morphology based systematics of amphibians and reptiles worldwide with emphasis on Texas, USA., Mexico, Central America, and South America although, bibliographies, conservation, ecology, life history and zoogeography have all been the subjects of his extensive publications. A genus of lizards from Southeast Asia, Leaf-toed geckos, Dixonius was named in his honor as well as several species reptile and amphibians.
  3. James Dixon: James Anthony Dixon is a former American football wide receiver in the National Football League for the Dallas Cowboys. He played college football at the University of Houston.
  4. James Dixon was an orchestra conductor and music educator in the United States. During his career he was principally associated with the University of Iowa and the Quad City Symphony Orchestra.
    • also known as Диксон, Джеймс
    • born on (86 years ago)
    • died on (8 years ago)
  5. James Dixon is the son of Humphrey Dixon.
  6. James Dixon is an actor.
    • also known as Jim Dixon
    • profession: Actor, film producer, screenwriter
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James Dixon was an English cricketer active in 1878 who played for Lancashire. He appeared in one first-class match, scoring two runs.

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Google previewThe Poets of Connecticut (1873)

With Biographical Sketches by Charles William Everest

JAMES DIXON. JAMESDIXON.[Bora 1814.] James Dixon is a son of 434 POETS OF ...

Google previewIndustries and Wealth of the Principal Points in Rhode Island (1892)

Being City of Providence, Pawtucket, Central Falls, Woonsocket, Newport, Narragansett Pier, Bristol and Westerly

James Dixon is a native of New York, and ...

Google previewBlack Music and Musicians in The New Grove Dictionary of American Music and The New Harvard Dictionary of Music (1989)

by Dominique-René De Lerma, Marsha J. Reisser

Owens, Paul Thompson, Beachey Tucker, Ira Walker, James Dixon, Bill [William Robert], 1925- Dixon, ( Charles) ...

Google previewThe Underground Railroad: An Encyclopedia of People, Places, and Operations (2015)

An Encyclopedia of People, Places, and Operations by Mary Ellen Snodgrass

Dawsey, James Dixon, Fester Duncan, George Duvalls, Alex Fisher, Jefferson Fisher, William H. French, James Gilbert, Oliver Greenige, Catherine E. Handy, George Handy, James Harris, Benjamin Harris, Tom Hatton, Priscilla Hill, James ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of African American Cinema (2007)

by S. Torriano Berry, Venise T. Berry

Harris, Val Avery, Art Lund, Gloria Hendry, James Dixon. Writer/Director: Larry Cohen, Cinema- tographers: Fenton Hamilton , James Signorelli. Music: James Brown. BLACKENSTEIN. 1973. (R) 87 min. Horror.

Google previewArchaeology in America: An Encyclopedia [4 volumes] (2008)

An Encyclopedia by Linda S. Cordell, Kent Lightfoot, Francis McManamon, George Milner

James Dixon] Important early archaeological sites in eastern Beringia. [E. James Dixon]. trapped in glacial ice, the sea level was lower. The first humans to enter the region would have been confronted by a seemingly endless landscape of ...

Google previewThe Oxford Encyclopedia of the Civil War (2011)

by William L. Barney

“It is impossible for any manual labor to be considered honorable, while it is almost exclusively performed by slaves, and is thereby made a badge of slavery,” asserted Senator James Dixon of Connecticut in a typical Republican charge.

Google previewDictionary of National Biography (1906)

Index and epitome by Sir Sidney Lee

James Dixon [q. v.]; educated at King Edward's School, Birmingham, and Pembroke College. Oxford; formed close friendship with (Sir) Edward Hume- Jones ...

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