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  • Abbott, James B. Abbyville Abilene Abilene Trail Abolitionists Academy of Language and Literature Academy of Science Achilles Ackerland Ackley, Ernest
    92 KB (130 words) - 16:41, 26 January 2016
  • the trade route followed by the Spanish convoys. After the accession of Queen Elizabeth, and the beginning of the breach between England and Spain, they
    229 bytes (18,833 words) - 09:44, 20 February 2015
  • they passed from lip to lip, from camp-fire to camp-fire along this old trade-route, no one knows how many thousand years ago. STATUE OF COLUMBUS AT
    409 bytes (1,941 words) - 19:36, 29 September 2013
  • Indians in the old days, they now lived off the Americans and other travelers. It is the old story of the robber-barons of a trade-route, fighting each
    436 bytes (3,149 words) - 11:20, 6 October 2013
  • 1740, when trade had left it for the Cape Horn route, Panama had withered up into a place of almost no importance. Now that the old Spanish prohibition
    457 bytes (2,619 words) - 16:05, 5 October 2013
  • and colonization of the new-found lands; yet the older impulse of the search for a shorter trade route to the East was still a factor, as one can see from
    594 bytes (6,927 words) - 23:52, 15 January 2011
  • River route. B San Blas route. C Panama route. D Nicaragua route. E Tehuantepec route. MAP OF FIVE CANAL ROUTES. D. The Nicaragua route. The broad
    359 bytes (5,621 words) - 18:55, 24 September 2013
  • West Indies, instead of by the shorter, but infinitely less interesting, route across the northern Atlantic. Wishing to see something of the South American
    816 bytes (41 words) - 19:18, 30 September 2015
  • lands had been visited by white men. Traders had travelled along the Indian trails of the Mohawk and Susquehanna valleys periodically all through that century
    11 KB (1,830 words) - 01:57, 14 April 2012
  • and probably to a considerable extent uncertain. Some came from the old Spanish Government, through its viceroys; some from Mexico, through its governors
    1 KB (35 words) - 03:32, 23 August 2015
  • corners of the Mediterranean or of the Indian Ocean, or along the Arctic route to Central Asia. They all shared in developing the British Empire and English
    305 bytes (4,531 words) - 22:57, 6 March 2016
  • the Pacific coast has scarcely been penetrated outside of the roads or "trails" which lead from the seaports to the interior. There are hundreds of square
    853 bytes (35 words) - 03:32, 23 August 2015
  • built by Simcoe, followed the old Indian trail through thirty-three miles of forest from York to Lake Simcoe. This shorter route to Lake Superior enabled the
    11 KB (1,950 words) - 00:21, 26 September 2008
  • Later Spanish period settlement (1598-1821) preferred the more temperate climate of northern New Mexico's river valleys, leaving no record of Spanish intrusion
    29 KB (4,609 words) - 07:51, 14 April 2012
  • there was a commercial route extending from the eastern to the western border of Kansas. The Santa Fé trail, the great overland route of the pioneer days
    36 KB (5,985 words) - 19:48, 5 November 2013
  • in a wilderness of tangled ranges, and its valley forms the shortest trade route between Szechuan and the Indo-Chinese peninsula. For about eight marches
    300 bytes (7,460 words) - 15:27, 7 July 2012
  • Mormon migration passed along the trail in 1847-1849, and in 1853 fifty-five Mormons settled on Green river at the trading post of James Bridger, which they
    647 bytes (8,665 words) - 21:07, 24 October 2014
  • Germany a.nd, Holland, but friendly relations are maintained with Spain, as the Spanish plantations in Fernando P6 are to a great extent worked by Liberian
    480 bytes (5,660 words) - 14:07, 27 March 2014
  • first trade route to be established by white men within the present boundaries of Utah was the old Spanish trail from Santa Fé to Los Angeles. The trail entered
    654 bytes (10,192 words) - 20:40, 17 October 2014
  • Haines, History of New Mexico (New York, 1891); Henry Inman, The Old Santa Fé Trail (New York, 1897); Publications of the Historical Society of New Mexico
    57 KB (9,059 words) - 23:31, 1 January 2016

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