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ⓘ Cavendish, Idaho




                                     

ⓘ Cavendish, Idaho

Cavendish is an unincorporated community in Clearwater County, Idaho, United States, in the mountains between the towns of Orofino and Kendrick. Cavendish contains an elementary school, a cemetery, and a park. Cavendish was said to have gotten its name from a traveler who compared the severity of the weather to Cavendish, Vermont. Cavendish consists mainly of farm ground and small areas of forestry.

                                     
  • British Columbia and the Pacific Northwest: Maps of Exploration. Vancouver: Cavendish 1999. 208 pp. Loo, Tina. Making Law, Order, and Authority in British
  • Burlington Amusement Park, Kensington Sandspit Cavendish Beach, Cavendish Shining Waters Family Fun Park, Cavendish Amazoo, Granby La Ronde: A Six Flags Park
  • Stanford University Press, 1968 Stefoff, Rebecca. Alaska, p. 14 Marshall Cavendish 2006 Yukon Ranges in the Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia Wilson, Robert
  • province is limited in terms of heavy industry and manufacturing, though Cavendish Farms runs extensive food manufacturing operations on PEI. Agriculture
  • popularisation. Moving to St John s College, Cambridge, Henbest researched at the Cavendish Laboratory, under the then Astronomer Royal, Sir Martin Ryle. During 1972 - 73
  • Ireland, New Zealand, Norway and most U.S. states with the exception of Idaho Kansas, Montana, Utah, and Vermont but not all of these jurisdictions still
  • Texas Oliver County, North Dakota Olmsted County, Minnesota Oneida County, Idaho Oneida County, New York: Named for the Oneida people Iroquois tribe Oneida
  • Burton, Robert 1970 The international wildlife encyclopedia. Marshall Cavendish pp. 2959 ISBN 978 - 0 - 7614 - 7266 - 7. Archived from the original on 31 December
  • Molan, Duncan Bloy, Denis Lanser, Modern criminal law 5 ed Routledge Cavendish 2003, ISBN 1 - 85941 - 807 - 4, p.352 The Insanity Defense Among the States

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