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The Putumayo The Devil’s Paradise

Hardenburg, W. E.


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The Putumayo The Devil’s Paradise 

Travels In The Peruvian Amazon Region And An Account Of The Atrocities Committed Upon The Indians Therein

By W. E. Hardenburg 

Edited and with an introduction by C. Reginald Enock, F.R.G.S., together with extracts from the report of Sir Roger Casement confirming the occurrences.

Published by T. Fisher Unwin, London, December 1912. 1st ed. Approx board size: 23cm H x 15cm W (9” x 6”]. Hardback. Dark cloth boards with a gilt motif depicting three chained slaves; Gilt titles to the front and spine. 347pp. Index. Fold-out map. Condition: Very Good. Light bumping to the extremities; Minor marking to the front board; Foxing to the outer page edges and the margins. All pages present; No tears; Neat handwritten inscription in ink to the ffe - ‘Wrangthorn Missionary Library’. Note, there are no library stamps or other identifiers.

An important and scarce early 20th century study of the persecution of Amazonian Indians, complete with b/w photographs, map & index.

Overall Condition: Very Good 

Amazon/South America/Peru/Native Tribes/Slavery/Exploitation/Travel


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