Cape Verde Islands

Cape Verde Islands, a group of mountainous, volcanic islands, belonging to Portugal, 350 m. from Cape Verde, on the W. of Africa, of which 10 are inhabited, the largest and most productive Santiago and St. Vincent, with an excellent harbour, oftenest visited. These islands are unhealthy, and cattle-breeding is the chief industry.

Population (circa 1900) given as 110,000.

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

Cape Town * Capell, Edward
Canton
Canton, John
Cantù, Cæsare
Canute
Cape Breton
Cape Coast Castle
Cape Colony
Cape Horn
Cape of Good Hope
Cape Town
Cape Verde Islands
Capell, Edward
Capella
Capella
Capercailzie
Capernaum
Capet
Capgrave, John
Capistrano, Giovanni da
Capitol
Capitularies