Madagascar: Land of the Man-Eating Tree PDF
Madagascar: Land of the Man-Eating Tree presents the facts, myths, and legends of Madagascar as viewed by a former governor of Michigan. Learn about cultures and creatures, pirates and castaways, and the interesting scientific and political beliefs of a highly educated and well traveled author of the 1920s. Originally published in 1924, this unabridged edition retains every word of the first printing in reset text, along with all the original maps and photos.
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