Anderson

Anderson

Anderson, puede significar:

  • Botánicos:
    • A.Anderson - Alexander Anderson 1748-1811
    • A.B.Anderson - Anthony Benett Anderson 1950-
    • C.L.Anderson - Charles Lewis Anderson 1827-1919
    • C.E.Anderson - Christiane Eva Anderson 1944-
    • D.L.Anderson - D.L. Anderson fl. 1998
    • D.J.Anderson - Daryl J. Anderson
    • D.E.Anderson - Denis Elmo Anderson 1934-
    • E.S.Anderson - Edgar Shannon Anderson 1897-1969
    • E.F.Anderson - Edward Frederick Anderson 1932-2001
    • F.M.Anderson - F.M. Anderson fl. 1999
    • F.Anderson - Freda Anderson fl. 1996
    • F.W.Anderson - Frederick William Anderson 1866-1891
    • G.H.Anderson - George H. Anderson fl. 1986
    • G.Anderson - George W. Anderson fl. 1800-1817
    • G.J.Anderson - Gregory Joseph Anderson 1944-
    • H.W.Anderson - Harvey Warren Anderson 1885-1971
    • J.F.Anderson - J.F. Anderson fl. 1979
    • J.P.Anderson - Jacob Peter Anderson 1874-1953
    • Anderson - James Anderson 1738-1809
    • J.Anderson - James Anderson fl. 1868
    • J.S.Anderson - Johanna S. Anderson fl. 1968
    • J.G.Anderson - John Graham Anderson 1926-1970
    • J.L.Anderson - John L. Anderson fl. 1987
    • J.M.Anderson - John Malcolm Anderson 1943-
    • L.E.Anderson - Lewis Edward Anderson 1912-2007
    • L.C.Anderson - Loran Crittenden Anderson 1936-
    • Lu.E.Anderson - Lucia E. Anderson fl. 1948
    • P.Anderson - Patricia Anderson fl. 1957
    • P.J.Anderson - Paul Johnson Anderson 1884-1971
    • R.Y.Anderson - R.Y. Anderson
    • R.B.Anderson - Redvers B. Anderson fl. 1924
    • R.H.Anderson - Robert Henry Anderson 1899-1969
    • R.J.Anderson - Robert James Anderson 1952-
    • R.A.Anderson - Roger Arthur Anderson 1935-
    • T.Anderson - Thomas Anderson 1832-1870
    • T.-H.Anderson - Trante-Heidi Anderson fl. 1976
    • W.Anderson - William Anderson 1750-1778
    • W.A.Anderson - William Arthur Anderson 1900-1949
    • W.R.Anderson - William Russell Anderson 1942-


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  • Anderson — (auch Andersson, Andersen, Anderssen, Andrewson und viele andere Varianten) ist ein alter christlicher Nachname. Herkunft Ursprünglich kam der Name in Skandinavien und Schottland vor, wo er aus Badenoch am Oberlauf des Spey stammt und in den… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Anderson — (or Andersson) may refer to:People* Anderson (surname) * Anderson (footballer) can refer to several association football playersPlacesIn Canada: * Anderson, British Columbia * Anderson Bay, British Columbia * Anderson Bay Provincial Park, British …   Wikipedia

  • Anderson — Anderson, AK U.S. city in Alaska Population (2000): 367 Housing Units (2000): 148 Land area (2000): 46.724041 sq. miles (121.014705 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.538567 sq. miles (1.394883 sq. km) Total area (2000): 47.262608 sq. miles (122.409588 …   StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places

  • Anderson — Anderson, Charles David Anderson, Lindsay Anderson, Philip Warren Anderson, Sherwood ► C. de E.U.A., en el estado de Indiana; 70 787 h (área metropolitana, 138 451 h). * * * (as used in expressions) Anderson, (James) Maxwell Anderson, Elizabeth… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • ANDERSON (C. D.) — Carl David ANDERSON 1905 1991 De parents suédois, Carl Anderson (New Yok, 1905 San Marino, Calif., 1991) fut le premier à montrer l’existence physique de l’antimatière. Il mena toute sa carrière, aussi longue que brillante, au California… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • ANDERSON (S.) — ANDERSON SHERWOOD (1876 1941) Très peu connu en France, Sherwood Anderson a laissé une œuvre diverse et importante: une trentaine de volumes où alternent romans, nouvelles, poèmes en prose, reportages et autobiographies très libres, publiés entre …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • ANDERSON (M.) — Marian ANDERSON 1897 1993 Bien sûr, il y a le mythe et une vie entière consacrée à la lutte pour l’égalité des droits civiques. L’Amérique d’avant guerre n’est pas tendre pour ces Noirs qui ont la témérité de revendiquer leur part de Constitution …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Anderson — Anderson, Elizabeth Garrett (1836 1917) a British woman who became the first woman to be officially accepted as a doctor by the British Medical Association Anderson 2 Anderson, Sher|wood (1876 1941) a US writer who wrote Winesburg, Ohio (1919), a …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Anderson, AK — U.S. city in Alaska Population (2000): 367 Housing Units (2000): 148 Land area (2000): 46.724041 sq. miles (121.014705 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.538567 sq. miles (1.394883 sq. km) Total area (2000): 47.262608 sq. miles (122.409588 sq. km) FIPS …   StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places

  • Anderson, AL — U.S. town in Alabama Population (2000): 354 Housing Units (2000): 174 Land area (2000): 1.291550 sq. miles (3.345099 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km) Total area (2000): 1.291550 sq. miles (3.345099 sq. km) FIPS code …   StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places


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