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Through the heart of Patagonia, by H. Hesketh Prichard ... with illustrations from drawings in colour and black and white, by John Guille Millais ... and from photographs.

Main Author: Prichard, Hesketh Vernon Hesketh, 1876-1922.
Related Names: Millais, John Guille 1865-1931., Rendle, A. B. 1865-1938., Britten, James 1846-1924., Thomas, Oldfield 1858-1929., Woodward, Arthur Smith 1864-1944., Moreno, Francisco Josué Pascasio 1852-1919.
Language(s): English
Published: New York, D. Appleton and Company, 1902.
Subjects: Natural history > Patagonia (Argentina and Chile)
Patagonia (Argentina and Chile) > Description and travel.
Note: Appendices: (A) I. Account of the discovery of the Pampean Mylodon, or giant ground sloth, by F. P. Moreno. II. Description and comparison of the specimen, by A. S. Woodward. III. Description of additional discoveries, by A. S. Woodward. IV. Note concerning Tehuelche legends, by H. Prichard.--(B) On a new form of puma from Patagonia, by O. Thomas.--(C) List of plants, by J. Britten and A. B. Rendle.
Printed in Great Britain.
Physical Description: xvi, 346 p. illus. 28 cm.
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