Eagle Pass

city, seat (1856) of Maverick county, southwestern Texas, U.S., on the Rio Grande, bridged to Piedras Negras, Mexico, 130 miles (210 km) southwest of ...
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Eagle Pass

Eagle Pass, city (1990 pop. 20,651), seat of Maverick co., W Tex., a port of entry on the Rio Grande opposite Piedras Negras, Mexico; inc. 1918. Linked by highway with Mexico City, it is a tourist center and a shipping and processing point for cattle, wheat, pecans, and oats. Mineral processing (esp...
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Eagle Pass

[British Columbia] Eagle Pass (el. 550 m./1804 ft.) is a mountain pass through the Gold Range of the Monashee Mountains in British Columbia, Canada. It divides the Columbia River drainage basin from that of the Fraser River (via the Shuswap Lakes and the Thompson River). Eagle Pass was chosen as the route of the Canadian Pacific Railway, an...
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Eagle Pass

[Lake County, Montana] It is called nšt̓ew̓s sx̣ʷcusi in Salish, or `Standing in Middle` because a pillar of rock stands in the middle of the pass. ...
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