Beaver

Beaver (engl. für Biber) steht für:

Ortschaften:

  • Beaver (Alaska)
  • Beaver (Arkansas)
  • Beaver (Iowa)
  • Beaver (Louisiana)
  • Beaver (Ohio)
  • Beaver (Oklahoma)
  • Beaver (Oregon)
  • Beaver (Pennsylvania)
  • Beaver (Utah)
  • Beaver (Washington)
  • Beaver (West Virginia)
  • Beaver (Wisconsin, Clark County)
  • Beaver (Wisconsin, Marinette County)
  • Beaver (Wisconsin, Polk County)

Personen:

  • Bruce Beaver (1928–2004), australischer Schriftsteller
  • James Addams Beaver (1837–1914), US-amerikanischer Politiker
  • Jim Beaver (* 1950), US-amerikanischer Schauspieler
  • Beaver Morrison (1950–2010), neuseeländische Rock- und Jazzsängerin


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