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Aguada is a municipality of Puerto Rico, located in the western coastal valley region bordering the Atlantic Ocean, east of Rincón, west of Aguadilla and Moca; and north of Anasco and Mayaguez. It is part of the Aguadilla-Isabela-San Sebastián Metropolitan Statistical Area. Aguada's population is spread over 17 wards and Aguada Pueblo, which is the downtown area and the administrative center of the city.

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Google previewMonterrey Is Ours! (2015)

The Mexican War Letters of Lieutenant Dana, 1845-1847 by Robert H. Ferrell

Punta Aguada is a village twelve miles from here and twelve miles this side of Cerralvo, where General Worth now is with the First Brigade. Our march today, dear one, has been a very toilsome one. Our bugles called us up as usual at one ...

Google previewThe Yucatán Peninsula (1989)

by C. C. Lockwood, Margaret Gibson

We saw chachalacas and grey-necked woodrails near the dried-up aguada by the campsite. An aguada is a shallow depression that holds water and is one of the few places wildlife can drink in the dry season. This one was dry, but another ...

Google previewPublication (1898)

Aguada is a small hamlet. Beyond, the country grows more level, more brushy, has little cultivation. Corn here and there. At 28 kilometers from Villanueva the railroad approaches the station of Rinc6n and passes within a hundred yards of the ...

Google previewMilitary Notes on Cuba, November 1898 (1898)

by United States. Military Information Division. War Department

Aguada is a small hamlet. Beyond, the country grows more level, more brushy, has little cultivation. Corn here and there. At 23 kilometers from Villanueva the railroad approaches the station of Rincon and passes withm a hundred yards of the ...

Google previewTransactions of the Texas Academy of Science for ..., Together with the Proceedings for the Same Year (1897)

An aguada is a water-hole that has a bottom, and is formed by water collecting during the rainy season in a natural depression of the ground. These are often of large size, holding sufficient water to last throughout the dry season. They are ...

Google previewMoon Buenos Aires (2011)

by Wayne Bernhardson

South of the Centro, Barrio Sur is home to much of Montevideo's Afro-Uruguayan community; to the north, La Aguada is an improving area that's home to the national legislature and a ...

Google previewLonely Planet Cancun, Cozumel & the Yucatan

by Lonely Planet

Isla Aguada is a large fishing town, but not quite an island as its name implies. It's known for its pretty lighthouse, which is over 100 years old and was recently restored into a museum. Also popular here are boat tours. The standard excursion ...

Google previewMaritime Heritage of India (1989)

by Indian Navy

Fort Aguada is a well preserved Portuguese fort on Sinquerim Beach, Goa. The fort was built in 1613 CE, overlooking the Arabian Sea, to guard against Dutch and Maratha invaders. It acted as a marker for ships travelling from Europe during ...

Google previewTransactions (1897)

by Texas Academy of Science

An aguada is a water-hole that has a bottom, and is formed by water collecting during the rainy season in a natural depression of the ground. These are often of large size, holding sufficient water to last throughout the dry season. They are ...

Google previewTransactions ... (1893)

Together with the Proceedings for the Same Year[s]

An aguada is a water-hole that has a bottom, and is formed by water collecting during the rainy season in a natural depression of the ground. These are often of large size, holding sufiicient water to last throughout the dry season. They are ...

Google previewMaya Wars (2001)

Ethnographic Accounts from Nineteenth-century Yucatán by Terry Rugeley

An aguada is a pool or small lake found in southern Quintana Roo and Campeche. 4. The fortress of San Felipe de Bacalar, originally constructed in 1727, was part of the Spanish Bourbon effort to increase defense capacities in its American ...

Google previewLexicon of Geologic Names of the United States for 1936-1960 (1966)

by Grace C. Keroher

Aguada Formation or Limestone Miocene, lower : Puerto Rico. A. D. Zapp, H. R. Bergquist, and C. R. Thomas, 1948, U.S. Geol. Survey Oil and Gas Inv. Prelim. Map 85, 2 sheets. Proposed for transitional beds, approximately 75 meters thick, ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia of Tourism Resources in India (2001)

by Manohar Sajnani

Aguada beach is almost synonymous with the top-notch Fort Aguada Hotel complex, a superb hotel that is built on the cliff around the remnants of the early seventeenth century Portuguese fort.

Google previewEncyclopaedia of India (2005)

by Sunita Pant Bansal

Tanem \ * • ~ aranibcdim / Caiangjie Beach Candolim Beach Reis Magos Calsngute Aguada Fort Aguada Bay Coriim and mounds. Important deposits of manganese in Goa are found in the Sanquem, Quepem and Canacona talukas.

Google previewConcise Oxford Dictionary of Archaeology (2008)

by Timothy Darvill

Aguada Culture [CP] A South American culture found around the Valliserrana region of northwest Argentina of the period AD 700– 1000, characterized by finely made ceramics and ceremonial objects of bronze and copper, some perhaps ...

Google previewPuerto Rico Past and Present: An Encyclopedia, 2nd Edition (2015)

An Encyclopedia by Serafín Méndez-Méndez, Ronald Fernandez

Coloso (Aguada), and San Vicente (Vega Baja) .

Google previewEncyclopedic Dictionary of Archaeology (2013)

by Barbara Ann Kipfer

Aguada: Aculture of northwestern Argentina during the period AD 7001000, located on the western slopes of the Andes and noted for the fine quality of its arts. Decorated copper and bronze plaques andpolychrome yellow ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Mesoamerica (2012)

by Walter Robert Thurmond Witschey, Clifford T. Brown

AGUADA.

Google previewExporters' Encyclopaedia (1917)

Aguada (via AguadillaS Aguas Buenas (via San Juan) Aibonito (via Ponce) Anasco (via Mayaguez) Barranquitas (via Ponce) Barros ( via Ponce) Baynmon (via San Juan) Caborojo (via Mayaguez) Cagnas (via San Juan) ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Ancient Maya (2015)

by Walter R. T. Witschey

For example, the Aguada Tintal near San Bartolo contains pollen indicating the cultivation of maize, cotton, and manioc as well as several kinds of fruit trees nearby. (See figure 1.) It also contains an oxidation layer indicative of drought near ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century atlas of the world, prepared under the superintendence of Benjamin E. Smith (1898)

by William Dwight Whitney, Benjamin Eli Smith

Ь Aguacate, Cuba E Aguada, Colombia ............ 70 В Aguada, Mexico .

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