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Title:   The World Factbook: 1987
Author:   Central Intelligence Agency
Publisher:   Central Intelligence Agency
Language:   English
Date:   1987
Subjects:   Non Fiction, Geography, Anthropology, Recreation, World Facts
Collections:   Education
Book Id:   WPLBN0002096505
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
Average Rating:   (195)
 
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...tbook 1987 The person charging this material is re- sponsible for its return to the library from which it was withdrawn on or before the Latest Date s... ...gence Ag United States Governm' i 11 n n style, format, coverage, ^ designed to meet their < requirements. Comments and queries may be addressed to: ,... ...5 Gambia, The 87 Gaza Strip (see West Bank and Gaza Strip entry on page 276) German Democratic Republic (East Germany) 88 Germany, Federal Republic of... ...man Democratic Republic (East Germany) 88 Germany, Federal Republic of (West Germany) 90 Ghana 91_ Gibraltar 93^ Greece 9 Greenland 95 Grenada 96 Guad... ...ted coastline provides many natural harbors Special notes: about 650 km from Puerto Rico People Population: 69,280 (July 1987), average annual growth ... ...stline provides many natural harbors Special notes: about 650 km from Puerto Rico People Population: 69,280 (July 1987), average annual growth rate 2.... ...d tropical storms Special notes: strong ties to nearby US Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico Population: 12,374 (July 1987), average annual growth rate 2.... ...cal storms Special notes: strong ties to nearby US Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico Population: 12,374 (July 1987), average annual growth rate 2.12% Nat... ...lice/highway patrol, Na- tional Department of Investigation, De- partment of Immigration Military manpower: males 15-49, 579,000; 400,000 fit for mili...
 
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Title:   Heroes of Unknown Seas and Savage Lands
Author:   J. W. Buel
Publisher:   Historical Publishing Co.
Language:   English
Date:   1891
Subjects:   Non Fiction, History of America, United States
Collections:   United States
Book Id:   WPLBN0002097023
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... earth. Reciting astonishing incidents and perilous undertakings among wild beasts and savage people in heroic efforts for a reclamation of all lands to civilization, and recording a description of the riot of murder, pillage and inhumanity which characterized the pirates, marooners and buccaneers who ravaged the spanish main and for centuries bid defiance to the armed fle...
 
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...us and Neco -- The circumnavigation of Africa by the ancients -- Solomon's navy -- Discovery of the West Indies by Carthaginians -- Hamilcar's voyage to the North seas -- Wonderful lands and fountains -- Astounding adventures of Hanuo -- Weird sights on the shores of ancient Africa -- Witches and Snake charmers -- Among the mermaids -- Voyage of Pytheas, the philosopher --...
 
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...E FINDING OF ALL LANDS And Descriptions of the First Visits Made by Europeans to the Wild Races of the World; FOLLOWING THE FOOTSTEPS OF ADVANCING ... ... OF ADVANCING CIVILIZATION FROM THE CAVES OF BARBARISM AND THE CRUDE CORACLE TO THE CHRISTIANIZING OF THE GLOBE. DESCRIBING SUPERSTITIONS APPERTAIN... ... Morgan becomes a captain and turns his attention towards Cuba -- Designs upon Puerto del Principe -- Landing of the pirates -- The Spanish cavalry at... ...treat back to Tortuga -- Dividing the spoils 290- 296 CHAPTER XXVII. Attack on Puerto Bello. -- Extraordinary wealth of the place -- A startling strat... ...orth, and discovered the northern coast of Spain, France, England, Holland and Germany. It is also believed that he proceeded as far north as Iceland.... ...pious annalist relates. Shortly after the discovery of Iceland, a considerable immigration into that island from Norway was begun, and in 874 it is sa... ...anding, as related by the Sagas, is to the effect that among the company was a German named Tyrker, who being the most impetuous of the crew, was not ... ... fell sick, and died on the 12th of November, while the fleet was before Porto Rico. He was succeeded by Sir Thomas Baskerville, who, in conjunction w... ...Thomas Baskerville, who, in conjunction with Drake, opened the attack on Porto Rico; but on the very night of Hawkin's death a shot from the fort pene...
 
       
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