Cambria

[kam-bree-uh]
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  • They had been carried from their home in Cambria City on the roof of the house.

    The Johnstown Horror

    James Herbert Walker

  • It is also said that only three houses remain in Cambria City.

    The Johnstown Horror

    James Herbert Walker

  • In the hills back of Cambria there are many hundreds of survivors.

    The Johnstown Horror

    James Herbert Walker

  • A strong guard is kept at the office of the Cambria Iron Company.

    The Johnstown Horror

    James Herbert Walker

  • Below Cambria stands Morrellville, a place about equal in size to Cambria.

    The Johnstown Horror

    James Herbert Walker


British Dictionary definitions for cambria

Cambria

noun
  1. the Medieval Latin name for Wales
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