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Some lapsed names in Canadian local nomenclature. 12/ by Scadding, Henry, texts. The maple leaf Canadian recipe book. 12/ by Bowker, Kathleen K. texts. eye 3, sg3 Favorites. Created on. February 6 Some lapsed names in Canadian local nomenclature by Henry Scadding 3 editions - first published in Read The Log-shanty book-shelf for early pioneer travel-tendencies with some results. by Henry Scadding 3 editions - first published in Read Listen. Canada in the Bodleian Written works: Toronto of Old. Some Lapsed Names in Canadian Local Nomenclature. [Toronto: no publisher, ?] [External link] A Simcoe Relic: Among the Thousand Isles in ; Fragment of . Full text of "English surnames: An essay on family nomenclature, historical, etymological, and humorous; with several illustrative appendices" See other formats.
Wikipedia:LOCALCONSENSUS is a policy that might be relevant, although I suppose it could be argued that we don't have consensus here about capping bird names one way or another, so the "local consensus" at BIRDS isn't overriding anything. In any case, it is probably not a good idea for wikiprojects to override the MOS on matters of style. American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Full text of "Names and their histories: a handbook of historical geography and topographical nomenclature". Austria-Hungary, often referred to as the Austro-Hungarian Empire or the Dual Monarchy, was a constitutional monarchy and great power in Central and Eastern Europe between and It was formed with the Austro-Hungarian Compromise of , and was dissolved following the First World War.. The union was established by the Austro-Hungarian Compromise on 30 Capital: Vienna (Cisleithania), . On a smaller scale, there are Canadian wine related articles that could use some help with clean up (such as Henry of Pelham Winery and Jackson-Triggs) or expanding beyond a stub such as the Vidal Blanc grape which is the source so many delicious Canadian Icewine. And, of course, of HUGE help would be the upload of free use photos of Canadian.
My name is Robert Recklaus. Really. Below is my submission to McSweeney’s Internet Tendency. I’d go into my piece further but it is short and relatively self-explanatory. Thank you for your time and consideration. An Encounter with a Marginally Famous Person. Chapter 1: Dewayne Staats. Note: Dewayne Staats is a sports play-by-play announcer. Irish names in biography articles. I've stared a discussion on the provision of Irish names in biography articles on the new Wikipedia:WikiProject Ireland/Gaeilge project page and would appreciate people's views on the matter Damac , 4 November (UTC). Referencing "local" years in Irish-related articles. A reasonably comprehensive list of "years-in-Ireland" has . The correct names are 'Eemian' and 'Cromerian'. Besides this, I noticed that hardly any difference is made between local stage names (Ipswichian) and names that have been assigned as the name for the stratigraphical column (Eemian in this case). This difference should be explained (I may have overlooked such an explanation) Names, Geographical -- Texas. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere.. Broader terms: Names, Geographical; Names, Geographical -- United States; Texas; Filed under: Names, Geographical -- Texas The history and geography of Texas as told in county names, ([Austin, Press of E. L. Steck, c]), by Zachary Taylor Fulmore (page images at HathiTrust) Items .