Frisians

Frisians, a Low German people, who occupied originally the shores of the North Sea from the mouths of the Rhine and Ems; distinguished for their free institutions; tribes of them at one time invaded Britain, where traces of their presence may still be noted.

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

Frigga * Frith, William Powell
Friedland, Valentin
Friend of Man
Friendly Islands
Friendly Societies
Friends, Society of
Friends of the People
Fries, Elias
Fries, Jakob Friedrich
Friesland
Frigga
Frisians
Frith, William Powell
Fritz, Father
Frobisher, Sir Martin
Froebel, Friedrich
Frogmore
Froissart, Jean
Fromentin, Eugène
Fronde
Froude, Hurrell
Froude, James Anthony