FN+, Near New in FN+, Near New! jacket. Hardcover. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 191 pgs. "No white man had ever been known to encounter the Xavantes and survive-until D.G. Fabre and his wife set off into the Brazilian Forest with a large supply of food and determined to make friends with the most war-like tribe of Indians in South America. It took many days to persuade the Indians that they had set their hearts on visiting the parent-village many miles down the River of the Dead and to enlist 2 reluctant warriors to guide them down-stream and intorduce them to the chief. " Crease to last blank endpage!
Very Good in Very Good jacket. 191 pages. Book and Jacket are both in Very good condition throughout. No White Man Had Ever Been Known To Encounter The Xavantes And Survive Until D.G. Fabre And His Wife Set Off Into The Brazilian Forest With A Large Supply Of Food And Determined To Make Friends With The Most War-like Tribe Of Indians In South America.
with map. VG-/VG. Lt. foxing to foredge., Crisp DJ. 8 1/4 x 5 1/2", 191, Account of a visit to the Xavante tribe in the Matto Grosso of Brazil and a journey on the Rio das Mortes. Translated from the, Spanish by Eric L. Randall.
Near Fine in Very Good jacket. Hardback. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Illstd with b&w photos. Tight and square, just an inked-out name in the front. Dust jacket is price clipped, thinning to top of front flap and rear panel, tiny edge tear, unfaded.
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