Zug

Zug, the smallest canton of Switzerland, and sends only one representative to the National Council; is 12 m. long by 9 m. broad; is hilly and pastoral in the SE., and has cultivated fields and orchards in the NW.; all but includes Lake Zug, at the NE. of which is Zug (5), the capital, which carries on sundry industries on a small scale.

Population (circa 1900) given as 23,000.

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

Zschokke, Johann Heinrich * Zuider Zee
Zoilus
Zola, Émile
Zolaism
Zollverein
Zones
Zoroaster, Zarathusthra
Zosimus
Zouaves
Zoutspansberg
Zschokke, Johann Heinrich
Zug
Zuider Zee
Zuleika
Zululand
Zulus
Zumpt, Karl
Zurbaran, Francisco
Zurich
Zutphen
Zwickau
Zwingli, Ulrich