Archangel

Archangel, the oldest seaport of Russia, on the Dvina, near its mouth, on the White Sea, is accessible to navigation from July to October, is connected with the interior by river and canal, and has a large trade in flax, timber, tallow, and tar.

Population (circa 1900) given as 19,000.

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

Archæology * Archangels
Arauca`nia
Arauca`ria
Arbe`la
Arbroath
Arbuthnot, John
Ar`cachon
Arca`dia
Arca`dius
Arcesila`us
Archæology
Archangel
Archangels
Archela`us
Archer, James
Archer, Wm.
Ar`ches, Court of
Ar`chil
Archil`ochus
Archima`go
Archime`des of Syracuse
Archimed`es screw

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