Fort George

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Fort George,

river, c.480 mi (770 km) long, rising in Lake Nichicun, E Que., Canada. It flows W into James Bay at Fort George, a Hudson's Bay Company trading post.

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see Prince GeorgePrince George,
city (1991 pop. 69,653), central British Columbia, Canada, at the confluence of the Fraser and Nechako rivers. It is a railroad division point and a distribution center for a lumber region. There are sawmills, pulp mills, chemical plants, and an oil refinery.
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, British Columbia, Canada.
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Army and was assigned to the 525th Military Intelligence as an analyst at Ft. George G.
According to Morris, the Ft. George area where the inlet waters merge with the ICW and the nearby creeks is a very good area to find the proper habitat.
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Jeffrey Eickwort (Florida DACS Division of Forestry) and Richard Bryant (National Park Service) provided valuable field assistance with the establishment and monitoring of avocado plants at Ft. George Island, FL, and Dr.
Part of this geographic and poetic shift is coming out in more obvious ways through his most recent poetry collection Finding Ft. George. The author of a number of books over the years, he's published the poetry collections Catch as Catch (Winnipeg MB: Turnstone Press, 1994) and traffick (Winnipeg MB: Turnstone Press, 1999), the novels Misshapen (Edmonton AB: NeWest Press, 1997) and The Dying Poem (Toronto ON: Coach House Books, 2003) and the short prose-fiction collection flicker (Winnipeg MB: Signature Editions, 2005), as well as editing In Muddy Water: Conversations with 11 Poets (Winnipeg MB: Signature Editions, 2003).
Budde's Finding Ft. George is a collection of a number of small pieces, including the seven part poem "Finding Ft.
Here's another such item, and it made a happy travelling companion as I returned from the Fife & Drum Muster Weekend at Ft. George last August.
At the Spectrum in Ft. George Utah, front page ads started without any reader preparation--and there was no reaction at all, says publisher Roger Plothow.
Nearby at Ortega plantation and at Ft. George Island, John Houston McIntosh employed 140 slaves, mainly women, at cotton and corn production.