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" Face 192, Climate 193.) DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 196. This is a small district, ten miles square, lying on the Potomac, given to the United States by the states of Maryland and Virginia. It includes Washington, the seat of the United States' government,... "
Rudiments of Geography, on a New Plan ...: Accompanied with an Atlas - Página 72
por William Channing Woodbridge - 1826 - 208 páginas
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Rudiments of Geography: On a New Plan, Designed to Assist the Memory by ...

William Channing Woodbridge - 1828 - 208 páginas
...size of Alexandria and Georgetown? In what district are they included, and how large is this district? VIRGINIA. It includes Washington, the seat of the...States' government, with Alexandria and Georgetown. 197. Virginia is the largest state, and one of the most populous in the Union. It is distinguished...
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Rudiments of Geography: On a New Plan, Designed to Assist the Memory by ...

William Channing Woodbridge - 1829 - 208 páginas
...is a small district, ten miles square, lying on the Potomac ; it was ceded to the United States hy the states of Maryland and Virginia. It includes Washington,...and Georgetown. Questions on the map. — //. What isthe population of Washington ? What literary institutions has it ? What is the size of Alexandria...
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Rudiments of Geography: On a New Plan ... Accompanied with an Atlas ...

William Channing Woodbridge - 1830 - 208 páginas
...DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 196. This is a small district, ten miles square, lying on the Potomac ; it was ceded to the United States by the states of Maryland and...of the United States' government, with Alexandria & Georgetown. Questions on the map. — //. What is the population of Washington ? What literary institutions...
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A History of Maryland Upon the Basis of McSherry: For the Use of Schools

Henry Onderdonk - 1868 - 252 páginas
...Georgetown was laid out in 1751. Falling within the limits of the "ten miles square" that were ceded to the United States by the States of Maryland and Virginia, it has ever since formed a part of the District of Columbia. 33. In 1751, Charles, Lord Baltimore, died,...
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A History of Maryland, from Its Settlement, to 1877: With the Constitution ...

Henry Onderdonk - 1878 - 376 páginas
...Georgetown was laid out in 1751. Falling within the limits of the "ten miles square" that were ceded to the United States by the States of Maryland and Virginia, it has ever since formed a part of the District of Columbia. 13. In 1751, Charles, Lord Baltimore, died,...
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History of Maryland: Prepared for the Use of Schools and Academies

William Hand Browne, John Thomas Scharf - 1878 - 295 páginas
...Georgetown was laid out in 1751. Falling within the limits of the "ten miles square" that were ceded to the United States by the States of Maryland and Virginia, it has ever since formed a part of the District of Columbia. 13. In 1751, Charles, Lord Baltimore, died,...
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Nebraska and the Nation

Jay Amos Barrett - 1898 - 4 páginas
...DEPABTMENT. . Is the chief executive of a nation ever called by any other name than president? 1 It was given to the United States by the states of Maryland and Virginia in 1790. The capital was moved to it In 1800, and the city named Washington. The District of Columbia...
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The American Almanac, Year-book, Cyclopaedia and Atlas

1903
...30, 1791, by a cession of hind amounting to 1,000 square miles on both sides of the Potomac River, to the United States by the States of Maryland and Virginia. It formerly occupied two counties, Alexandria and Washington. Alexandria County was re-ceded to Virginia...
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The New International Year Book: A Compendium of the World's Progress...

1909
...It was organized on Mar. 30, 1791, when a concession of land amounting to 100 square miles was inade to the United States by the States of Maryland and Virginia. It originally included two counties, Washington and Alexandria, but the latter was receded to Virginia...
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