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  1. The Clansman: An Historical Romance of the Ku Klux Klan by Thomas Dixon, Cary D. Wintz, 2000-12
  2. The Ingenuity Gap: Facing the Economic, Environmental, and Other Challenges of an Increasingly Complex and Unpredictable Future by Thomas Homer-Dixon, 2002-08-13
  3. The Leopard's Spots:A Romance of the White Man's Burden 1865-1900. by Thomas Dixon Jr., 1903
  4. The Reconstruction Trilogy: The Leopard's Spots; The Clansman; The Traitor by Thomas Dixon, 1994-06
  5. Environment, Scarcity, and Violence. by Thomas F. Homer-Dixon, 2001-07-02
  6. Science and Religion: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) by Thomas Dixon, 2008-08-01
  7. Thomas Dixon Jr. and the Birth of Modern America (Making the Modern South)
  8. The Upside of Down: Catastrophe, Creativity, and the Renewal of Civilization by Thomas Homer-Dixon, 2008-01-31
  9. Mason & Dixon: A Novel by Thomas Pynchon, 1998-04-15
  10. Fire from the Flint: The Amazing Careers of Thomas Dixon. by Raymond Allen. Cook, 1968-01
  11. Environment, Scarcity, and Violence by Thomas F. Homer-Dixon, 1999-02-16
  12. American Racist: The Life and Films of Thomas Dixon by Anthony Slide, 2004-09-10
  13. The Man in Gray: A Romance of the North and South by Thomas Dixon, 2009-04-27
  14. A Man of the People: A Drama of Abraham Lincoln (Classic Reprint) by Thomas Dixon, 2009-08-03

1. Thomas Dixon, 1864-1946 And Arthur I. Keller (Arthur Ignatius)
The Clansman An Historical Romance of the Ku Klux Klan. by Thomas Dixon, 18641946 and Arthur I. Keller (Arthur Ignatius), 1866-1924, illustrated by

2. Thomas Dixon, 1864-1946 And C. D. Williams, Illustrated By The
The Leopard's Spots. A Romance of the White Man's Burden1865-1900. by Thomas Dixon, 1864-1946 and C. D. Williams, illustrated by

3. Mason Dixon - Thomas Pynchon
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6. Mason Dixon, By Thomas Pynchon, Reading Group Guide, By Henry
Reading Guide Mason Dixon by Thomas Pynchon. Reading Group Guide ISBN 08050-5850-8

7. Thomas Dixon: Information From
Dixon, Thomas, 1864–1946, American novelist, b. Shelby, NC, grad. Wake Forest College. A militant Southerner, he is best known for his novel The.
showHide_TellMeAbout2('false'); Arts Business Entertainment Games ... More... On this page: Encyclopedia Works Wikipedia Mentioned In Or search: - The Web - Images - News - Blogs - Shopping Thomas Dixon Encyclopedia Dixon, Thomas, 1864–1946, American novelist, b. Shelby, N.C., grad. Wake Forest College. A militant Southerner, he is best known for his novel The Clansman (1905), on which the movie The Birth of a Nation (1915) was based. Works Works by Thomas Dixon The Leopard's Spots . The first installment of Dixon's sensational white supremacist trilogy, treating the Southern response to Reconstruction, is a parody of Uncle Tom's Cabin that justifies lynching, Jim Crow segregation laws, and the disenfranchisement of African Americans. It would be followed by The Clansman (1905) and The Traitor The Clansman . Dixon's heroic portrait of Southern white resistance to Reconstruction is widely credited with revitalizing the Ku Klux Klan, which is portrayed as redeeming the South from black domination. It would provide the source for D. W. Griffith's landmark film The Birth of a Nation (1915) and is the second of a trilogy on Southern history, preceded by

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9. Environmental Scarcities And Violent Conflict Evidence From
Evidence from Cases. Part 1. Thomas F. HomerDixon. Peace and Conflict Studies Program, University of Toronto International Security, Vol. 19

10. Thomas Homer-Dixon
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12. Thomas Dixon - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Thomas F. Dixon, Jr. (January 11, 1864 – April 3, 1946) was a American Baptist In these novels, Dixon used historical romance to present blacks as
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Illustration from The Clansman. The caption reads "'Take dat f'um yo' equal-'" Thomas F. Dixon, Jr. January 11 April 3 ) was a American Baptist minister and author, best known for The Clansman —which was to become the inspiration for D. W. Griffith 's influential Birth of a Nation ). Originating from the South , Dixon bitterly resented the post- Civil War Reconstruction , and glorified the exploits of the Ku Klux Klan His "Trilogy of Reconstruction", which consisted of The Leopard's Spots The Clansman ), and The Traitor ). In these novels, Dixon used historical romance to present blacks as inferior to whites and glorify the antebellum American South. While he claimed to oppose slavery , he believed in a hierarchy of race based on pseudoscientific quasi- evolutionary theories. Dixon was a classmate of future President Woodrow Wilson , who publicly praised The Birth of a Nation and helped to institute the government's harshest segregationist policies since before the Civil War (for details, see Ku Klux Klan Birth of a Nation , and Woodrow Wilson edit
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Spring 1997 Unclassified Editors Note: Peter Gizewski is Senior Associate, Project on Environment Population and Security, Peace and Conflict Studies Program, University of Toronto. In this Commentary , he provides general insights on environmental scarcity and conflicts in different parts of the world.
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The past decade has witnessed growing recognition of the importance of environmental factors for national and international security. In 1987, the UN World Commission on Environment and Development pointed to environmental stress as "a possible cause as well as a result of conflict". In 1992, the UN Security Council warned that sources of instability in the economic, social, humanitarian, and ecological fields included military and political "threats to peace and stability". Two years later, the Clinton Administration observed that "terrorism, narcotics trafficking, environmental degradation, rapid population growth and refugee flows ...have security implications for present and long-term American policy". Interest in the environment as a security issue can be attributed to a number of factors. The Cold War's end freed policy makers from their preoccupation with the superpower struggle, enabling them to contemplate new threats on the international security front. On the other hand, a steady rise in subnational, religious and ethnically motivated civil strife, frequently within states plagued by environmental scarcity, led many observers to suggest the existence of a causal link between the two.

16. Dixon Cemeteries
29, 1947; Dixon Thomas Ira, April 2, 1868March 5, 1936; Dixon Annie 16,.1927; Dixon James Thomas, April 8, 1834Jan. 2, 1910; Dixon Martha Jane, Nov.
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  • Dixon Mary Calhoun, Feb. 29, 1872Sept. 29, 1947 Dixon Thomas Ira, April 2, 1868March 5, 1936 Dixon Annie Mae, Oct. 21, 1919Nov. 19, 1921 .Dixon Mary J., Oct. 7-8, 1932 Dixon Mary Fuller, wife of JT, April 6, 1846Jan. 16,.1927 Dixon James Thomas, April 8, 1834Jan. 2, 1910 Dixon Martha Jane, Nov. 25, 1837April 8, 1883 Dixon M.T., Sept. 8, 1861April 11, 1932 Dixon J.H., Feb. 12, 1860Aug. 27, 1936 Dixon Thomas Loyd, Oct. 11, 1907Jan. 30, 1937 Cunningham Belvie R., 1907-1977 Harrell Matilda Adeline, wife of PB, Sept. 26, 1845-Nov. 26, 1894 Fuller.. Ruth, 1886-1967 - Dixon Bynel Haywood, Dec. 2, 1914Feb. 13, 1979 Dixon Mrs. James, died 1806, no stone Dixon James, no stone
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  • Williams *Joel, Co. F., 50th TN Inf., C.S.A., no date Lancaster William Dorsey, July 15, 1815August 18, 1856 Lancaster Wiley, Nov. 11, 1803Aug. 1, 1863, no stone Lancaster Nancy Craig, 1806Aug. 17, 1869, no stone Lancaster Mary, wife of WD, June 7, 18207-Jan. 14, 1865 (Colson) Rutledge Elizabeth H., wife of AP, May 10, 1838Jan. 21, 1859 Ricks Alpha E., wife of BA, died Nov. 5, 1864age 22-6-4

17. Thomas Pynchon, Mason & Dixon
Thomas Pynchon, Mason Dixon (Henry Holt and Co., 1997). To settle an eighty yearold land dispute between the Penns and the Calverts, the Royal Society
Thomas Pynchon, (Henry Holt and Co., 1997) To settle an eighty year-old land dispute between the Penns and the Calverts, the Royal Society sent two men armed with the latest surveyors equipment to plot out a physical boundary line between Pennsylvania and Maryland. Arriving mid-November, 1763, Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon found themselves spending the next five years seeking to fulfill their royal obligations. Once they'd established the actual location of Philadelphia, and fixed the boundary between Delaware and Pennsylvania, they headed due west with a team of wagons, axemen, guides, cooks, and supplies, including huge limestone markers. Decorated with vertical fluting, a "P" on the north face, and an "M" on the south, these 300-600 pound limestone blocks were shipped from Great Britain and buried at one mile intervals marking a boundary line across most of the 233 miles surveyed by Jeremiah Dixon and Charles Mason. As the book begins, we find the primary narrator, one Rev. Wicks Cherrycoke, speaking to a young audience eager to hear the tale of Charles and Jeremiah's friendship, and just how they accomplished this incredible feat. Ample servings of high seas adventure, meditations on slavery, ghosts, ripped bodices, and plenty of dichotomies, oppositions and polarities follow. Something of an embellisher, the Rev. Cherycoke plays with truth and fable in his story, building myth and moral lessons from the details of these two men's friendship. His tale of Jeremiah Dixon and Charles Mason comes from the time the Rev. spent with the team the two men took with them as they clear-cut their way due west through unforgiving terrain. As his youthful audience's attention wanes, the Rev. adds embellishments, changes his focus, adapting the tale to their attention span.

18. Pynchon - Guides: Mason & Dixon
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Thomas HomerDixon, or Tad as he is known to his friends and colleagues, is Director of the Center for the Study of Peace and Conflict at the University

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