CALW or KALW, a
See also:town of Germany, in the
See also:kingdom of
See also:Wurttemberg, on the Nagold, 34 M . S.W. of
See also:Stuttgart by
See also:rail . Pop . (1905), 4943 . It contains a
See also:Protestant and a
See also:Roman Catholic
See also:Church, two
See also:schools, missionary institution, and a
See also:fine 1 Adherents and members in scattered hamlets and attending different
See also:meeting-houses or chapels, often combine to
See also:form one society or church . public library . The
See also:industries include
See also:spinning and
See also:weaving operations in wool and
See also:cotton . Carpets, cigars and
See also:leather are also manufactured . The
See also:trade, chiefly with the Nether-lands, is important . The place is in favour as a
See also:health resort . The name of Calw appears first in 1037 . In the
See also:middle ages the town was under the dominion of a powerful
See also:family of
See also:counts, whose possessions finally passed to Wurttemberg in 1345 .
In 1634 the town was taken by the Bavarians, and in 1692 by theFrench .
CARLOS CALVO (1824-1906)
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