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Georgetown


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Georgetown

Georgetown

Georgetown

Georgetown

Georgetown

Georgetown, Guyana

The Georgetown Set: Friends and Rivals in Cold War Washington

Dan Moody: Crusader for Justice. By Ken Anderson. (Georgetown, Tex.: Georgetown, 2008. 194 pp. $25.00, ISBN 0-96444-21-4-6.)

WU, Duncan (born 1961), Professor of English, Georgetown University, Washington, since 2008

GAINER, Harry (1858 - 1920), Canon of the Cathedral, Georgetown, Guiana, since 1908

Georgetown (Ascension Island, Australia, Canada, Cayman Islands, The Gambia, Guyana, Malaysia, St Vincent, USA)

Hymn: for the House of Worship at Georgetown, Erected in Memory of a Mother

Joseph Cardinal Bernardin, A Moral Vision for America. Washington, D.C.: Georgetown UP, 1998

Georgetown (Ascension Island, Australia, Canada, Cayman Islands, The Gambia, Guyana, Malaysia, St Vincent, USA)

GWYTHER, Arthur (died 1921), Archdeacon of Demerara, 1896–1910; Canon of St George’s Cathedral, Georgetown, 1894–1910; Incumbent of St Philip’s, Georgetown, 1896–1910

SLOMAN, Ernest (died 1918), Dean of Georgetown, 1910; Rector of St George’s Cathedral, Georgetown, since 1910; Archdeacon of Demerara, 1914; Vicar-General, 1910–14

Modern Catholic Social Documents and Political Economy. By Albino Barrera. Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press, 2001. xii + 340 pp. $69.95

Money Order Convention between British Guiana (Great Britain) and Surinam (the Netherlands), signed at Georgetown/Paramaribo, 17/30 August 1910

Money Order Agreement between British Guiana (Great Britain) and Surinam (the Netherlands), signed at Georgetown/Paramaribo, 4/14 November 1903

 
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Capital and largest city of Guyana, at the mouth of the River Demerara. Founded in 1781 by the British, it was the capital of the united colonies of Essequibo and ...


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