São Francisco

São Francisco, one of the great rivers of Brazil, for the most part navigable; rises in the SW., near the source of the Paraná, and flows N., NE., and SE. till it reaches the S. Atlantic after a course of 1800 m., forming in its lower part the boundary between the maritime provinces Sergipe and Alagoas; higher it divides Bahia and Pernambuco.

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

Santorin * São Paulo
Santa Cruz
Santa Fé
Santals
Santander
Santerre, Antoine Joseph
Santiago
Santiago de Compostella
Santiago de Cuba
Santley, Charles
Santorin
São Francisco
São Paulo
Saône
Saône, Haute-
Saône-et-Loire
Sapphire
Sappho
Saracens
Saragossa
Sarasate, Martin Meliton
Sarasvati