- United States
- Dickinson, California (disambiguation)
- Dickinson, California, alternate name of Dickenson, California
- Dickinson, California, alternate name of Chester, Merced County, California
- Dickinson, Minnesota
- Dickinson, Broome County, New York
- Dickinson, Franklin County, New York
- Dickinson, North Dakota
- Dickinson, Texas
- Dickinson township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania
- Dickinson County, Iowa
- Dickinson County, Kansas
- Dickinson County, Michigan
- Jonathan Dickinson State Park, southeast Florida
- Port Dickinson, New York
- Dickinson's Landing, Ontario, ghost town
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Famous quotes containing the words names and/or place:
“Nor youth, nor strength, nor wisdom spring again,
Nor habitations long their names retain,
But in oblivion to the final day remain.”
—Anne Bradstreet (c. 16121672)
“The enemy are no match for us in a fair fight.... The young men ... of the upper class are kind-hearted, good-natured fellows, who are unfit as possible for the business they are in. They have courage but no endurance, enterprise, or energy. The lower class are cowardly, cunning, and lazy. The height of their ambition is to shoot a Yankee from some place of safety.”
—Rutherford Birchard Hayes (18221893)