Guyandotte


Guyandotte

Guyandotte, 1) (G. River), Fluß im Westen des Staates Virginia (Nordamerika), entspringt in der Grafschaft Logan u. fällt in der Grafschaft Cabell in den Ohio River; 2) Postort in der Grafschaft Cabell des Staates Virginia an der Mündung des G. River in den Ohio River, Zweigbahn von hier nach Covington zum Anschluß an die Virginia Centraleisenbahn; Landungsplatz der Dampfboote; 1000 Ew.


Pierer's Lexicon. 1857–1865.

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