Grenada

Grenada, one of the most picturesque of the Windward Islands, in the British West Indies, of volcanic origin; lies about 60 m. N. of Venezuela; the harbour of St. George, the capital, is the most sheltered anchorage in the Windward Islands; fruits, cocoa, and coffee are cultivated; it was ceded by France in 1783.

Population (circa 1900) given as 54,000.

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

Gregory, William * Grenfell, Sir Francis Wallace
Gregory XVI.
Gregory Nazianzen, St.
Gregory of Nyssa, St.
Gregory of Tours, St.
Gregory Thaumaturgus, St.
Gregory, David
Gregory, James
Gregory, James
Gregory, John
Gregory, William
Grenada
Grenfell, Sir Francis Wallace
Grenoble
Grenville, George
Grenville, Sir Richard
Grenville, William Wyndham, Lord
Gresham, Sir Thomas
Gresham College
Gretchen
Gretna Green
Grétry

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Antique pictures of Grenada

Links here from Chalmers

Abercromby, Sir Ralph
Acuna, Fernando De
Almeida, Francis
Andreas, John [No. 4]
Anghiera, Peter Martyr D'
Argaiz, Gregory De
Barrington, Hon. Samuel
Berruguete, Alonzo
Cano, Alfonso
Grenada, Lewis De
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