American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A town of western Yukon Territory, Canada, at the confluence of the Yukon and Klondike rivers. A boom town during the Klondike gold rush of the late 1890s, it was the territorial capital from 1898 to 1951. Population: 1,330.
- n. a town in northwestern Canada in the Yukon on the Yukon River; a boom town around 1900 when gold was discovered in the Klondike
- From Daw, a Middle English pet form of David + -son. (Wiktionary)
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“Kimya Dawson is the last concert I saw; it was amazing!”
“G Alphonso Dawson is one of the league's best all-around players, a double-digit scorer who can rebound from the guard spot.”
“Six thousand spent the winter of 1897 in Dawson, work on the creeks went on apace, while beyond the passes it was reported that one hundred thousand more were waiting for the spring.”
“To say the least, Mrs. Sayther's career in Dawson was meteoric.”
“There were too many people in Dawson who had bought him up on Chilcoot, and the story got around.”
“Now there's a bit of a thing down in Dawson I'd like to see you get your hands on.”
“A Swede named Charley Anderson had been at work on Miller Creek the year of the strike, and arrived in Dawson with a few hundred dollars.”
“There were forty thousand people in Dawson that summer, and how did he savve our cabin out of all the cabins?”
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