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This is an account of explorer and plant hunter Frank Kingdon-Ward's 1933 exploration of the south-eastern corner of Tibet. It was an expedition that was important for two reasons - his geographic and botanical discoveries and on his return leg, he reached the Salween River, an area not previously known in the West. Kingdon-Ward's lively descriptions of his journey and the people he encountered are complemented by impressive photographs and foldout maps.

A Plant Hunter in Tibet

SKU: 039324
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    Kingdon-Ward, Frank
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    Orchid Press

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