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'Abd-Allâh ibn Ybayy climbs a date palm and announces that Muhammad is approaching Qubâ', a suburb of Medina.

Third vision: angels hold back the four winds by covering the winds' blowing mouths; throngs, holding the palm branches of martyrdom, shout praise to the Lord.

Women of Kazegut in different dresses; Negroes climbing the palm tree; A Negro playing on the Ballard or Balafo; Hut of the Negroes.

Toddy gatherers in landscape with palm trees

Toddy gatherers in landscape with palm trees

Phoenix dactylifera = Palmier-Dattier. [Date palm]

Phoenix Dactylifera = Palmier-Dattier. [Date palm]

Chamærops humilis = Palmiste éventail. [European fan palm]

A procession, in which palm branches are strewed in the way.

Siege of the city. Warriors cutting down palm trees. (Kouyunjik) [Quyunjik]

Date palm.

The cocoanut [coconut] palm, Florida.

The oldest house, and date palm, St. Francis St., St. Augustine.

Date palm.

The cocoanut [coconut] palm, Florida.

The oldest house, and date palm, St. Francis St., St. Augustine.

Sago palm, Fernandina, Florida.

Cocoanut [Coconut] palm, fruit in all stages; Lake Worth, Fla., U.S.A.

Sago palm, Fernandina, Florida.

Date palm.

Palm grove, Napipi Grove.

The oldest house, and date palm, St. Francis St., St. Augustine.

Palm grove, Napipi Grove.

Date palm.

The oldest house, and date palm, St. Francis St., St. Augustine.

Cocoanut [Coconut] palm, fruit in all stages; Lake Worth, Fla., U.S.A.

Doum palm, and ruined mosque

Hydraulic mining - The Palm claim, Timbuctoo, Yuba County.

Hydraulic mining - The Palm claim, Timbuctoo, Yuba County.

Palm House, Bananas etc.

Palm House, Bananas etc.

Hydraulic mining - The Palm claim, Timbuctoo, Yuba County.

Hydraulic mining - The Palm claim, Timbuctoo, Yuba County.

Hydraulic Mining - The Palm Claim, Timbuctoo, Yuba County.

Hydraulic Mining - The Palm Claim, Timbuctoo, Yuba County.

Date Palm. Estate of M.J. Brown, Esq.

Date Palm, Residence of M.J. Brown, Esq. A.

Date Palm Tree, St. Augustine, Fla.

Date Palm, Estate of M. J. Brown, Esq.

Palm Drive, San Bernardio, Cal., U.S.A.

Date Palm, Residence of M.J. Brown, Esq. A.

Sago Palm, Botanical Gardens, Washington, D.C.

Palm Drive, San Bernardio, Cal., U.S.A.

Date Palm, Estate of M. J. Brown, Esq.

Sago Palm, St. Augustine.

Date Palm, St. Augustine, Fla.

St. Augustine, Date Palm.

Sago Palm, St. Augustine.

St. Augustine, Date Palm.

Date Palm. Estate of M.J. Brown, Esq.

Sago Palm, Botanical Gardens, Washington, D.C.

Date Palm Tree, St. Augustine, Fla.

Date Palm, St. Augustine, Fla.

Florida Palm.

Florida Palm.

[The Palm tree.]

[Palm trees in and along the river.]

[Palm trees in and along the river.]

[The Palm tree.]

The Fan-Leaf palm.

The Fan-Leaf palm.

A village threshing floor. Showing a primitive threshing-sledge drawn by buffaloes, and a peasant separating the chaff from the grain with a winnowing fork. The huts of the village are formed of mud and sun-dried bricks, roofed with palm tree rafters thatched with stalks of Indian corn, palm leaves, and old mats. The dark patches on the mud walls represent cakes of fuel made of dung and straw ; when thoroughly dry they are stored for use.

Güzzeh, the ancient Gaza. The modern village, which is of semi-Egyptian character, has neither walls nor gates. The serai dates from the thirteenth century, and the great mosque, Jami'a el Kebîr, which towers above the palm trees, was originally a Byzantine cathedral.

The Dôm palm. Groups of these eccentric-looking trees form a characteristic feature of the scenery of upper Egypt. They are not found south of the Thebaïd.

A water-wheel (sâkiyeh) on the canal. When the creaking wooden wheels are in motion the earthenware jars, strung to ropes made of palm fibre, revolve, alternately dripping into the water and emptying themselves into a trough connected with a reservoir.

Ruins of Ashkelon, from the South-west. Here there is a shallow bay, with a landing-place for small boats. The beach is strewn with masses of ancient masonry. On the cliff above there is a Mohammadan shrine, called El Khudrah, with a few palm trees near it.

Sago Palm, St. Augustine, Fla.

Sago Palm, St. Augustine, Fla.

Date palm in full beauty.

Cabbage Palm.

Robert Avenue, Palm Beach, Florida.

Cabbage Palm.

[Palm tree. Florida.]

[View of palm trees.]

Royal Poinciana, Palm Beach, Florida.

[Palm tree. Florida.]

Royal Poinciana, Palm Beach, Florida.

[View of palm trees.]

Robert Avenue, Palm Beach, Florida.

Palm Avenue, Palm Beach, Florida.

Cocoanut Palm, a fruit in all stages, Lake Worth, Fla.

Cocoanut Palm, a fruit in all stages, Lake Worth, Fla.

Palm Avenue, Palm Beach, Florida.

"And the Palm Tree Nodded to the Mirror in the Jungle."

Banyan tree, Palm Beach, Florida.

Banyan tree, Palm Beach, Florida.

Banyan tree, Palm Beach, Florida.

Banyan tree, Palm Beach, Florida.

The Merry bathers, Palm Beach, Florida.

The Merry bathers, Palm Beach, Florida.

"And the Palm Tree Nodded to the Mirror in the Jungle."

The Date Palm, Pasadena, Cal., U.S.A.

The Date Palm, Pasadena, Cal., U.S.A.

The Date Palm, Pasadena, Cal., U.S.A.

The Date Palm, Pasadena, Cal., U.S.A.

The Date Palm, Pasadena, Cal., U.S.A.

The Date Palm, Pasadena, Cal., U.S.A.

Three Limbed Palm, Daytona, Fla.

The Beach, Palm Beach, Fla.

The Royal Poinciana from Lake Worth, Palm Beach, Fla.

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