Gando

Gando, a native State traversed by the Niger in Western Soudan, lying upon the NW. border of Sokoto, of which it is a dependency; like Sokoto it has been brought within the sphere of influence of the British Royal Niger Company; the inhabitants belong to the Fulah race, and profess the Mohammedan religion; Gando is also the name of the capital, an active centre of the cotton trade.

Population (circa 1900) given as 5,000,000.

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

Gamp, Sarah * Ganega
Galvani, Luigi
Galveston
Galway
Galway
Gama, Vasco da
Gamaliel
Gambetta, Léon Michel
Gambia
Gambier, James, Lord
Gamp, Sarah
Gando
Ganega
Ganelon
Ganges
Ganges Canal
Gangrene
Gangway
Ganymedes
Gao
Garay, János
Garcia, Manuel