Travels in Central America [Tr.] by M.F. Squier (Paperback)
A travelogue by French geologist and botanist Arthur Morelet, describing his explorations in Central America during the mid-19th century. Morelet provides detailed descriptions of the flora, fauna, and geological formations he encounters, as well as insights into the cultures and societies of the region.
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