Nixon Waterman (12 November 1859, in Newark, Kendall County, Illinois – 1 September 1944, in Canton, Norfolk County, Massachusetts) was a newspaper writer, poet and Chautauqua lecturer, who rose to prominence in the 1890s.
- Taylor, Julius F. (June 16, 1900). "He is Famous as a Poet". The Broad Ax (34). Retrieved 15 June 2015.
Taylor, Julius F. (June 16, 1900). "He is Famous as a Poet". The Broad Ax (34). Retrieved 15 June 2015.
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