Pun·ta [poon-tah], /ˈpun tɑ/, a cape in NE Colombia: northernmost point of South America.
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How to use Gallinas in a sentence
Gallinas, the noted slave factory on the west of Africa, purchased by the Liberian republic.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology | Joel Munsell
Another large branch of business is at places where the slave-trade is carried on; as at Gallinas and Wydah.Journal of an African Cruiser | Horatio Bridge
The slave trade is said to be almost destroyed in the neighborhood of Gallinas and Ambrize.
Light was not gleaming over the tops of the forest next morning before I was on the beach ready to embark for Gallinas.Captain Canot | Brantz Mayer
Her captain who was unskilled in coast-trade, and ignorant of Spanish, engaged me to act as supercargo for him to Gallinas.Captain Canot | Brantz Mayer