America

America, including both North and South, 9000 m. in length, varies from 3400 m. to 28 m. in breadth, contains 16½ millions of sq. m., is larger than Europe and Africa together, but is a good deal smaller than Asia; bounded throughout by the Atlantic on the E. and the Pacific on the W.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Amerbach, Johann * America, British N.
Ambleside
Amblyopsis
Amboise
Amboise, George de, Cardinal
Amboyna
Am`brose, St.
Ambro`sia
Amelia
Amende honorable
Amerbach, Johann
America
America, British N.
America, Central
America, North
America, Russian
America, South
America, Spanish
American Fabius
American Indians
Ameri`go-Vespuc`ci
Ames, Joseph

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