Dixie We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Dixie.
Dear Old Dixie - a song by Flatt and Scruggs
Deep in the Heart of Dixie - a song by Georgia Satellites
Dick in Dixie - a song by Hank Williams III
Dixie Boy - a song by Alabama
Dixie Chicken - a song by Garth Brooks
Dixie Diner - a song by Jimmy Buffett
Dixie Fire - a song by Alabama
Dixie Flyer - a song by Travis Tritt
Dixie Highway - a song by Journey
Dixie Home - a song by Flatt and Scruggs
Dixie Lily - a song by Elton John
Dixie Lullaby - a song by Clint Black
Dixie on My Mind - a song by Hank Williams, Jr.
Dixie Road - a song by Lee Greenwood
Dixie Rose Deluxe's Honky Tonk - a song by Trent Willmon
Dixie Toot - a song by Rod Stewart
Dixieland - an early style of jazz music
I Sang Dixie - a song by Dwight Yoakam
I Wish I Was in Dixie - a song by Daniel Emmett recorded by multiple performers
If It Ain't Dixie (It Won't Do) - a song by Alabama
Is It True What They Say About Dixie - a song by Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra
My Dixie Darlin' - a song by Carlene Carter
Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody - a song recorded by Jerry Lewis, Aretha Franklin, The Supremes and Brenda Lee (among others)
Sweet Dixie - a song by Molly Hatchet
The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down - a song by The Band
Whistling Dixie - a song by Kevin Devine
You Can Thank Dixie - a song by Jake Owen
A Home for Dixie: The True Story of a Rescued Puppy (Emma Jackson) - This is the true story of a puppy that did not have a permanent home and a young girl named Emma who desperately wanted a puppy of her own to love. Happily for both, Emma adopts the little puppy, names her Dixie, and in each other they find the companionship they've been looking for. With bonus information on how to support your local animal shelter—and even adopt a rescued dog of your own—this uplifting story, with adorable photographs, is the perfect companion for any dog-loving family. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Dixie (Grace Gilman) - From the “I Can Read Book 1” series. Emma needs to prepare for her class's production of The Wizard of Oz, so she can't play with her puppy, Dixie, after school. But Dixie does not understand. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Dixie and Taco go to the Zoo (J Monkeys) - A kindergartener and her pooch go to the zoo. When they learn that many of the animals at the zoo are endangered, Dixie and Taco find out what they can do to help. Recommended for ages 4-7.
Dixie Loves School Pet Day (Grace Gilman) - Dixie is going to school with Emma for Pet Day! With so many classmates and pets, the excited puppy can hardly sit still. Will Dixie find new friends? Find out in this easy to follow I Can Read book. Other titles in the series include: Dixie and the Class Treat; Dixie and the School Trip; Dixie Wins the Race; and Dixie and the Big Bully. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Whistling Dixie (Marcia Vaughan) - "Mercy me, Dixie Lee, we've got no place to keep a creature like that!" declares Mama each time Dixie Lee comes whistling home with another preposterous pet from Hokey Pokey Swamp. But Dixie knows better. She finds the perfect place to keep a little bitty gator, a slithery snake, and a hoot owl. All goes well until Grandpappy comes home and orders those critters back to the swamp come sunup. But late that very night, when the moon is up and the bogeyman stalks, maybe Dixie Lee's critters will turn out to make a fine pack of pets after all. Marcia Vaughan has crafted a rollicking good read-aloud story with a southern flair. And Barry Moser's splendid watercolor paintings bring the Hokey Pokey Swamp and all its inhabitants to life with a wonderfully comic hand. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Famous People Named Dixie - Dixie Carter (actress); Dixie Lee (early American actress/entertainer); Dixie Chicks, a country music group
Famous People Who Named Their Daughter Dixie - Caleb Followill (singer/guitarist with Kings of Leon); Lily Aldridge (Victoria's Secret model)
Dixie - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Dixie.