Geography of the Central Andes: A Handbook to Accompany the LA PAZ Sheet of the Map of Hispanic America on the Millionth Scale.
Ogilvie, Alan G.

New York: The American Geographical Society, 1922. 1922 edition, first (?). Good hardcover without dust jacket. Heavy wear and rubbing to edges of the boards with heavy bumping to head and heel of spine and upper corners of the covers. Tear in binding on head of spine. Foxing/browning on spine and scuffing on covers. Foxing on page edges, endpapers, and on some plates. Names of previous owners on front free endpaper. 240 pages with illustrations, footnotes, 4 appendices (1. social and religious organization of the Plateau Indians, 2. the problem of Tacna and Arica, 3. selected bibliography, 4. conversion table), and index. An interesting work on the geography and culture of the Central Andes region. The LA PAZ sheet of the Map of Hispanic America on a Millionth scale is not included with the book. (Item ID: 5900)


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