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Amazon Journey: An Anthropologist's Year Among Brazil's Mekranoti Indians by  Dennis Werner - F - 1984 - from Madden Books and Biblio.com

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Amazon Journey: An Anthropologist's Year Among Brazil's Mekranoti Indians

by Werner, Dennis

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HB 8vo VG/G 1st Ed. Illustrated. Index. 296 pages. 1st printing. Beige boards with quarter maroon cloth, gilt letters. Poss remainder mark on bottom edge of text block; front cover top fore corner lightly bumped; no other defects noted - bright, tight, clean. DJ has 1" chip missing at thead of spine, o/w complete, clean.




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