See also:town in the Prussian province of
See also:Pomerania, 22 M. from the Baltic, on the Kamminsche Bodden, a lake connected with the
See also:sea by the Dievenow . Pop . (19o5), 5923 . Among its four Evangelical churches, the
See also:cathedral and the
See also:church of St Mary are noteworthy . Iron-founding and
See also:brewing are carried on in the town, which has also some fishing and
See also:shipping . There is steamer communication with
See also:Stettin, about 40 M . S.S.W .
See also:Kammin is of Wendish origin, and obtained municipal privileges in 1274 . From about 1200 till 1628 it was the seat of a bishopric, which at the latter date became a secular principality, being in 1648 incorporated with
See also:Brandenburg . See Kiichen, Geschichte der Stadt Kammin (Kammin, 1885) .
LORD HENRY HOME KAMES (1696-1782)
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