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  • (Canary Islands) 1883831Collier's New Encyclopedia — Santa Cruz (Canary Islands) SANTA CRUZ, the capital and chief port of the Canary Islands on
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  • (1913), Volume 3 The Canary Islands by Eduardo de Hinojosa y Naveros 96621Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 3 The Canary IslandsEduardo de Hinojosa
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 5 Canary Islands 18957711911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 5 — Canary Islands CANARY ISLANDS (Canarias), a Spanish archipelago
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  • Life of the Canary Islands By Alice Carter Cook 1393954Popular Science Monthly Volume 53 October 1898 — Plant Life of the Canary Islands By Alice
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  • British Solomon Islands (see SOLOMON ISLANDS) Cabinda (see ANGOLA) Cambodia (see KAMPUCHEA) Canary Islands (see SPAIN) Ceylon (see SRI
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  • VENTURA, fwār'tā věn-too'rā, one of the Canary Islands, belonging to Spain. It is situated between the Grand Canary and Lanzarote. In general the soil is
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  • Tedeschi Jean-Pierre Camus de Pont-Carré Cana Canada José de la Canal Canary Islands Canatha Luis Cancer de Barbastro Candace Diocese of Candia Candidus
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  • explorers and adventurers, and having formed a plan to conquer the Canary Islands he raised some money by pledging his Norman estates, and sailed from
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  • Thomas Nichols (fl. 1554), a London merchant, went about 1554 to the Canary Islands as factor for Thomas Lok [see under Lok, Sir William], Anthony Hickman
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  • C — Caisson Calais — Cambodia Cambon — Canary Bird Canary Islands — Cape Hatteras C Cabal Cabinet Cable, George Washington Cable-Road Cables, Electric
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  • Evolution of High Wages from Low Cost of Labor 746 Plant Life of the Canary Islands 758 The Philosophy of Manual Training: The Place of Manual Training
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  • or De Santiago, a seaport and the capital of Teneriffe and of the Canary Islands; in 28° 28' N. and 16° 15' W., on the east coast. Pop. (1900) 38,419
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  • Kelly Born at Oporto, Portugal, 1528; died near Palma, one of the Canary Islands, 15 July, 1570. He entered the Society of Jesus at Coibra, 28 December
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  • Collier's New Encyclopedia Santa Cruz Islands 1883832Collier's New Encyclopedia — Santa Cruz Islands SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS, an archipelago in the Pacific
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  • the family Fringillidae or finches (see Finch). It is a native of the Canary Islands and Madeira, where it occurs abundantly in the wild state, and is of
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  • species of palm, Phoenix dactylifera, a tree which ranges from the Canary Islands through Northern Africa and the south-east of Asia to India. It has
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  • (town) SANTA CRUZ, a fortified town, capital of the Canary islands, on the N. E. coast of the island of Teneriffe; pop. about 11,000. The harbor is good
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  • (usually Musa Cavendishii) is reached in Florida, south of 29° lat., the Canary Islands, Egypt and south Japan, the southern limit in Natal and south Brazil
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  • Canary Islands
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  • Encyclopædia — Fuerteventura FUERTEVENTURA fwâr'tắ-vĕn-tōō'rȧ. One of the Canary Islands (q.v.), situated south of Lanzarote, across the Straits of Bacayna (Map:
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