Bayamo



a city in S Cuba.
Historical Examples

It was only by unremitting efforts and the loss of many lives that the Spaniards retained their hold on the district about Bayamo.
Cuba Arthur D. Hall

In addition to this two night schools have recently been established, one in Santiago de Cuba and one in Bayamo.
The History of Cuba, vol. 5 Willis Fletcher Johnson

Bayamo was another city which was moved inland from its original site.
The History of Cuba, vol. 1 Willis Fletcher Johnson

Bayamo, or St. Salvador,—sixty miles west of Santiago, numbers nearly ten thousand souls.
Rambles by Land and Water B. M. Norman

It certainly, however, traversed the Bayamo region, and went as far west as Camaguey.
The History of Cuba, vol. 1 Willis Fletcher Johnson

The Spaniards declare that a force of ten thousand men is necessary to take provisions to Bayamo in safety.
The Great Round World and What Is Going On In It, Vol. 1, No. 47, September 30, 1897 Various

Bayamo was the third of the seven cities founded by Diego Velazquez, and was established in 1513.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Slice 4 Various

In a short time the province of Maysi was conquered and partly pacified, and that of Bayamo was invaded.
The History of Cuba, vol. 1 Willis Fletcher Johnson

He was born at Bayamo in 1832, his mother being the sister of the poet Fornaris already mentioned.
The History of Cuba, vol. 3 Willis Fletcher Johnson

Bayamo was the centre of this industry, and was also the centre of a thriving but illegitimate commerce.
The History of Cuba, vol. 1 Willis Fletcher Johnson

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