A street in Dawson, Yukon, Canada.
Dawson definition by Webster's New World
Dawson, Sir John William 1820-99; Cdn. geologist, naturalist, & educator
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city in W Yukon Territory, Canada, on the Yukon River: former gold-mining center: pop. 1,300
Origin: after G. M. Dawson (1849-1901), Canadian geologist
Dawson definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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.