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Uncle Sams Panama Canal And World History Accompanying the Panama Canal Flat G

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Uncle Sams Panama Canal And World History Accompanying the Panama Canal Flat G
Joseph Bucklin Bishop
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In China her concessions in this settlement were varied and valuable and her prestige in that nation is greatly increased. The empire consists of four large islands and a great number (nearly 4, 000) of smaller ones. These islands are mountainous, and a few volcanic summits, such as Fusiyama, reach a height of 12, 000 feet or more. Narrow plains UNCLE SAMS PANAMA CANAL AND WORLD HISTORY 185 along the coasts and fertile valleys among the mountains are sources of largest wealth. There are no grea...t rivers, but numer- ous mountain torrents pour down the slopes with short but rapid courses to the sea. An extensive system of canals pro- vides irrigation that supplements the rainfall. The climate is very moist, and is cooler than that of countries of the same latitude in Europe or North Africa. Violent volcanic outbursts sometimes occur, and the country is liable to frequent and disastrous earthquakes. The last very destructive calamity of this nature, the Nayoga-Gifu earthquake of 1891, killed nearly 0, 000 people, injured 20, 000, and destroyed 130, 000 houses.

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