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Car·son(kär′sən), Christopher Known as "Kit." 1809-1868.
American frontiersman who was the renowned guide of John C. Frémont's western expeditions in the 1840s, an agent for the Ute (1853-1861), and a Union commander in the Civil War.
Carson, John William Known as "Johnny." 1925-2005.
American comedian and mainstay of late-night television as the host of The Tonight Show (1962-1992).
Carson, Rachel Louise 1907-1964.
American environmentalist and writer whose best-known work, Silent Spring (1962), condemns the use of pesticides hazardous to wildlife.
1. (Biography) Christopher, known as Kit Carson. 1809–68, US frontiersman, trapper, scout, and Indian agent
2. (Biography) Edward Henry, Baron. 1854–1935, Anglo-Irish politician and lawyer; led northern Irish resistance to the British government's plan for home rule for Ireland
3. (Biography) Rachel (Louise). 1907–64, US marine biologist and science writer; author of Silent Spring (1962)
4. (Biography) Willie, full name William Hunter Fisher Carson. born 1942, Scottish jockey: rode four winners in the Derby (1979, 1980, 1989, 1994)
1. Christopher ( “Kit” ), 1809–68, U.S. frontiersman and scout.
2. Rachel Louise, 1907–1964, U.S. marine biologist and author.
3. a city in SW California. 89,380.
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|Noun||1.||Carson - United States biologist remembered for her opposition to the use of pesticides that were hazardous to wildlife (1907-1964)|
|2.||Carson - United States frontiersman who guided Fremont's expeditions in the 1840s and served as a Union general in the American Civil War (1809-1868)|