Faroe Islands

Faroe Islands, a group of 22 islands of basaltic formation, about 200 m. NW. of the Shetlands; originally Norwegian, they now belong to Denmark; agriculture is limited, and fishing and sheep-farming chiefly engage the natives; there is an export trade in wool, fish, and wild-fowl leathers. The people, who still speak their old Norse dialect, although Danish is the language of the schools and law courts, are Lutherans, and enjoy a measure of self-government, and send representatives to the Danish Rigsdag.

Population (circa 1900) given as 13,000.

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

Farnese, Pietro Luigi * Farquhar, George
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Farinelli, Carlo
Farini, Luigo Carlo
Farmer, Richard
Farmer George
Farnese, Alessandro
Farnese, Alessandro
Farnese, Pietro Luigi
Faroe Islands
Farquhar, George
Farr, William
Farragut, David Glasgow
Farrar, Frederick William
Fastolf, Sir John
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