Definition of Turner, Frederick Jackson in English:

Turner, Frederick Jackson

proper noun

  • (1861–1932), US historian, educator, and writer. He revolutionized the study of the American frontier with his paper entitled "“The Significance of the Frontier in American History”" (1893). He also wrote "The Frontier in American History" (1920) and "The Significance of Sections in American History" (1932)

Pronunciation:

Turner, Frederick Jackson

/ˈtərnər/