San Juan

San Juan, a mountainous province of the Argentine Republic, on the Chilian border; is rich in metals, but, save coal, not worked; agriculture is the chief industry. San Juan (12), on a river of the same name, is the capital, lies 98 m. N. of Mendoza; has public baths, a bull-ring, library, &c.; exports cattle and fodder, chiefly to Chile. The name of numerous other towns in different parts of Spanish South America.

Population (circa 1900) given as 125,000.

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

San José * San Marino
Samson
Samson Agonistes
Samuel
Samuel, Books of
San Antonio
San Diego
San Domingo
San Francisco
San José
San José
San Juan
San Marino
San Remo
San Salvador
San Sebastian
San Stefano
Sanchez, Thomas
Sancho Panza
Sanchoniathon
Sancroft, William
Sand, George

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