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Pickering, Ontario

in Durham Region (Durham Region, Ontario). It was settled by primarily ethnic British colonists, starting in the 1770s. Most of its growth has come since the end of World War II, and it has received immigrants from around the globe. History Early period This was Aboriginal (Aboriginal peoples in Canada) territory for thousands of years. The Wyandot (Wyandot people) (called the Huron by Europeans) spoke an Iroquoian language and were the historic people living here


Federal Housing Administration

Rensselaer family who had owned it since 1639. Original plans called for 30 buildings, but cost overruns trimmed it to 13. All thirteen were named for historic people and locations in the Capital District; subsequent additions have kept to that tradition with the exception of Tremaine House, named for a former NY State Comptroller and Yates House for a former manager of Dutch Village. In 1940 the now-defunct New York Herald Tribune declared


Suriname

, Bangladesh and southern and central Sri Lanka. * Indo-Caribbean – Caribbean people (found mostly in Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica) and South American people (found mostly in Guyana, Suriname)of South Asian origins India, Nepal, Burma, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka * Indo-Europeans (Proto-Indo-Europeans) – hypothetical pre-historic people that spoke the hypothetical Proto-Indo-European language. *Seychelles claims the Glorioso Islands


Trinidad and Tobago

Asian origins India, Nepal, Burma, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka * Indo-Europeans (Proto-Indo-Europeans) – hypothetical pre-historic people that spoke the hypothetical Proto-Indo-European language. Circulation Six of the states using the EC$ are independent states: Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, Grenada, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. The other two are British (United Kingdom) Overseas territory


Burma

; * Indo-Aryan (Indo-Aryans) – speakers of Indo-Aryan languages originating from Northern India, eastern Pakistan, Bangladesh and southern and central Sri Lanka. * Indo-Caribbean – Caribbean people (found mostly in Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica) and South American people (found mostly in Guyana, Suriname)of South Asian origins India, Nepal, Burma, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka * Indo-Europeans (Proto-Indo-Europeans) – hypothetical pre-historic

people that spoke the hypothetical Proto-Indo-European language. **Nuristani people in Afghanistan also of Indo-Iranian origins. * Indo-Trinidadian – Trinidad and Tobago people of South Asian origins: India, Pakistan, Nepal, Burma, Bangladesh, Maldives, Sri Lanka and former British colonies of Guyana in South America. * Ingessana – an ethnic minority group in Ethiopia. * Molise Croats. * Mon (Mon (ethnic group)) – southeast Asia, particularly Burma


Jamaica

, Bangladesh and southern and central Sri Lanka. * Indo-Caribbean – Caribbean people (found mostly in Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica) and South American people (found mostly in Guyana, Suriname)of South Asian origins India, Nepal, Burma, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka * Indo-Europeans (Proto-Indo-Europeans) – hypothetical pre-historic people that spoke the hypothetical Proto-Indo-European language. History Queen Anne's proclamation of 1704 introduced


Vancouver

Encyclopedia title William John Bowser last Roy first Patricia E accessdate 2011-09-03 The son of William Bowser and Margaret Gordon, Bowser was educated locally and at Mount Allison University and Dalhousie University. He moved to Vancouver to practice law in 1891, and was first elected to the provincial


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