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United States



  • Clan Armstrong, a Scottish clan from the border area between England and Scotland

Armstrong as surname

For people with the surname Armstrong see Armstrong (surname)

Real people with first name Armstrong

Fictional people with first name Armstrong


Other possible meanings

Travel guide

Up to date as of January 14, 2010

From Wikitravel


Armstrong is in the Okanagan region of British Columbia. It is a small town of 4241 people (2006) perhaps most famous as the home of the Armstrong Cheese factory.

Get in

The only highway through town is provincial highway 97A which travels from Vernon to the south and Sicamous to the north of Armstrong. The town is served by Greyhound buses. The closest major airport is in Kelowna to the south.

  • Armstrong/Spallumcheen Museum & Art Society, 3415 Pleasant Valley Road, 546-8318 (), [1]. Monday - Saturday, 10am - 4pm. Contains a museum, Art gallery and archives for Armstrong and area. By Donation.   edit
  • The Village Cheese Company, 3475 Smith Drive, 546-8651 (, fax: 546-8659), [2]. An artisan cheese production facility that models itself after an estate winery. Features tours and tastings.  edit
  • A Country Escape Bed & Breakfast, 4715 Back Enderby Road, +1 250 546-3457 (fax: +1 250 546-0041), [3]. checkin: 4pm; checkout: noon. Located a small distance from town. Features an outdoor pool. $90-$150.  edit
Routes through Armstrong
SicamousEnderby  N noframe S  VernonEND - Kelowna (via )
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Up to date as of January 15, 2010

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Proper noun




  1. An English surname, originally a nickname for someone with strong arms.



Up to date as of January 23, 2010
(Redirected to P.M. Armstrong article)

From Wikispecies

P.M. Armstrong     (P.M.Armstr.)

Lichenologist (lichens of Australia and New Zealand)


  • Elix, J.A./ Armstrong, P.M. 1983. Further new species of Parmelia subgen. Xanthoparmelia (lichens) from Australia and New Zealand. - Australian Journal of Botany 31: 467-483.
  • Elix, J.A./ Johnston, J./ Armstrong, P.M. 1986. A revision of the lichen genus Xanthoparmelia in Australasia. - Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History), Botany Series 15(3): 163-362.

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