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1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Trinidad (Cuba)
Volume 27 Trinidad (Cuba) 29545181911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 27 — Trinidad (Cuba) ​TRINIDAD, a town near the southern coast of Cuba; in Santa Clara
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1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Manzanillo (Cuba)
17 Manzanillo (Cuba) 21281111911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 17 — Manzanillo (Cuba) ​MANZANILLO, an important commercial city of Cuba, in Santiago province
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The New Student's Reference Work/Cuba
The New Student's Reference Work (1914) Cuba 2385068The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Cuba Cuba, formerly a Spanish colony and called the Queen
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Catholic Encyclopedia (1913)/Cuba
Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 4 Cuba by Ventura Fuentes 98237Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 4 — CubaVentura Fuentes Cuba, "The Pearl of the Antilles", is
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1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Cuba
Britannica, Volume 7 Cuba by Francis Samuel Philbrick 23730731911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 7 — CubaFrancis Samuel Philbrick ​CUBA (the aboriginal name)
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United States - Cuban Agreements and Treaty of 1934
United States - Cuban Agreements and Treaty of 1934 Governments of Cuba and the Unites States of America 526United States - Cuban Agreements and Treaty
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1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Santa Clara(category EB1911:Cities:Caribbean:​Cuba​)
Railways of Havana and by the Cuba and the Cuba Central railways, the last connecting the east and west lines with the north and south coasts. The streets are
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Fighting in Cuban Waters/Chapter 15
Merrimac. Cienfuegos is a town of good size lying on a small bay on the south coast of Cuba, about mid-way between the eastern and western extremities. For several
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Fighting in Cuban Waters/Chapter 5
have already learned in "A Young Volunteer in Cuba." The regular army was also hurried to the ​south-east and concentrated at Tampa and other points, while
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CIA World Fact Book, 2004/Cuba
CIA World Fact Book, 2004 Cuba 7973CIA World Fact Book, 2004 — Cuba                 This page was last updated on 1 January 2003 This is a snapshot of
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CIA World Fact Book, 2004
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Popular Science Monthly/Volume 55/June 1899/The Physical Geography of the West Indies: Reptiles and Fishes III
Stream. The evolution of the South American giant cats was ​probably the death warrant of its continental relatives, but in Cuba it had no four-footed enemies
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1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Puerto Príncipe (category EB1911:Cities:Caribbean:​Cuba​)
Camagüey), a city and the capital of the province of Camagüey in east-central Cuba, about 528 m. E.S.E. of Havana. Pop. (1899), 25,102; (1907), 29,616
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Popular Science Monthly/Volume 68/June 1906/The Fresh-Water Fishes of South and Middle America
crossing over into Cuba, evidently from Yucatan; on the other hand, several members of the North American fauna have representatives as far south as the Isthmus
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The New Student's Reference Work/Mexico, Gulf of
shut in by the peninsulas of Yucatan and Florida, lies south of the United States and east of Mexico. It covers 16,200 square miles—more than one fifth
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1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Key West
draft can enter by either the “Main Ship” channel or the south-west channel; the south-east channel admits vessels of 25 ft. draft or less; and four other
292 bytes (646 words) - 00:55, 6 August 2020
The Pedro
north coast of Cuba, including all ports on said coast between Cardenas and Bahia Honda and the port of Cienfuegos on the south coast of Cuba: 'Now, therefore
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1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/South America
valley and occupying the present highlands of Guiana, north-east Brazil, and south-east Venezuela was another one of these old land areas—a large island
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The Beginner's American History/Chapter 29
destruction of the Maine.— Cuba is about the size of the State of Pennsylvania. It is our nearest island neighbor on the south, and is almost in sight from
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Fighting in Cuban Waters/Chapter 21
Fighting in Cuban Waters by Edward Stratemeyer Chapter 21 1476465Fighting in Cuban Waters — Chapter 21Edward Stratemeyer ​ CHAPTER XXI THE FLIGHT TO THE
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