Jackson
I. biographical name Andrew 1767-1845 American general; 7th president of the United States (1829-37) • Jacksonian adjective II. biographical name Helen (Maria) Hunt 1830-1885 née Fiske American novelist III. biographical name Jesse Louis 1941- American clergyman & politician activist IV. biographical name Mahalia 1911-1972 American gospel singer V. biographical name Robert H(oughwout) 1892-1954 American jurist VI. biographical name Thomas Jonathan 1824-1863 Stonewall Jackson American Confederate general VII. geographical name 1. city S Michigan population 36,316 2. city capital of Mississippi on Pearl River population 184,256 3. city W Tennessee population 59,643

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  • Jackson — may refer to: Contents 1 People 2 Places 2.1 Australia 2.2 United States 2.3 Train stations …   Wikipedia

  • Jackson — ist ein häufiger Familienname, siehe Jackson (Familienname). Jackson ist der Vorname folgender Personen: Jackson Browne (* 1948), US amerikanischer Rocksänger und Songwriter Jackson Avelino Coelho (* 1986), brasilianischer Fußballspieler Jackson… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Jackson — puede referirse a: Contenido 1 Divisiones administrativas 1.1 en Estados Unidos 2 Apellido 2.1 Personajes …   Wikipedia Español

  • Jackson — Jackson, WY U.S. town in Wyoming Population (2000): 8647 Housing Units (2000): 3861 Land area (2000): 2.847026 sq. miles (7.373764 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km) Total area (2000): 2.847026 sq. miles (7.373764 sq …   StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places

  • Jackson — hace referencia a los siguientes topónimos: ● Jackson (Mississippi): Capital estadounidense del estado de Mississippi (estado). También es un apellido de origen europeo: ● Andrew Jackson: Célebre presidente demócrata estadounidense (1829 1837). ● …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Jackson — the capital city of the US state of ↑Mississippi Jackson 2 Jack|son, Andrew (1767 1845) a US soldier and politician in the Democratic Party who was the President of the US from 1829 to 1937. He became popular because of his success as a military… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Jackson — m English: transferred use of the surname, meaning originally ‘son of JACK (SEE Jack)’ and in modern times sometimes bestowed with precisely this meaning. In the United States it has also been used in honour of President Andrew Jackson… …   First names dictionary

  • Jackson — ville des È. U., cap. du Mississippi; 196 600 hab. Industries. Jackson (Andrew) (1767 1845) homme politique américain. Anc. général, il fut élu président (démocrate) en 1828 et réélu en 1832. Jackson (Mahalia) (1911 1972) chanteuse américaine de… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Jackson — Jackson1 [jak′sən] 1. Andrew 1767 1845; U.S. general: 7th president of the U.S. (1829 37): also called Old Hickory 2. Robert H(oughwout) 1892 1954; U.S. jurist: associate justice, Supreme Court (1941 54) 3. Thomas Jonathan 1824 63: Confederate… …   English World dictionary

  • Jackson — (spr. dschäcks n). 1) Fabrikstadt im nordamerik. Staate Michigan, am Grand River, (1900) 25.180 E. – 2) Hauptstadt des Staates Mississippi, am Pear River, 7816 E. – 3) Stadt im Staate Tennessee, am South Fork des Deer River, 14.511 E. – 4) Stadt… …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • Jackson — (Dschäksʼn), Andrew, geb. 15. März 1767 zu Waxsaw in Südkarolina, diente als Soldat im Unabhängigkeitskriege, studierte hierauf Rechtswissenschaft, wurde Advocat, Generaladvocat von Tenessee, Repräsentant im Congreß und Senator. Beim Ausbruch des …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

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