Facts about Harry Johnston

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Summary

Harry Johnston was a famous Explorer from United Kingdom, who lived between June 12, 1858 and August 31, 1927.

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He/she is born under the zodiac gemini, who is known for Communication, Indecision, Inquisitive, Intelligent, Changeable. Our collection contains 6 quotes who is written / told by Harry.

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Famous quotes by Harry Johnston (6)


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"Nova Scotia as a British colony also came into being as another result of these adventurous British expeditions to North America in the reign of James I"
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"Long after this wonderful event in the Earth's history, when the human species was spread over a good deal of Asia, Europe, and Africa, migration to the American continents began in attempts to find new feeding grounds and unoccupied areas for hunting and fishing"
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"In 1628 came the first English attack on Canada"
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"Iceland, though it lies so far to the north that it is partly within the Arctic Circle, is, like Norway, Scotland, and Ireland, affected by the Gulf Stream, so that considerable portions of it are quite habitable"
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"As the winter set in with its customary Canadian severity the real trouble of the French began. They did not suffer from the cold, but they were dying of scurvy"
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"As soon as the news of the Cabot voyages reached the King of Portugal he arranged to send an expedition of discovery to the far north-west, perhaps to find a northern sea route to Eastern Asia"


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