Panama Hat Trail: A Journey from South America

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National Geographic Society, 1986 - Travel - 288 pages
15 Reviews
This 15th anniversary reissue of Millerís travel classic follows the making and marketing of a single Panama hat. Itís a captivating story of cultures in collision, raw capitalism, and an exotic, humorous journey.

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Review: The Panama Hat Trail: A Journey from South America

User Review  - Glenn Pearson - Goodreads

Enjoyable book and I liked the style of writing -- interesting takes on Ecuador and its people. and of course we learn about the panama hat! Read full review

Review: The Panama Hat Trail: A Journey from South America

User Review  - Robin Costic - Goodreads

Enjoyed the travel and cultural descriptions as well as the tidbits about Ecuadorian culture. Read full review

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About the author (1986)

Miller reports about conflict and culture in the American Southwest and Latin America. He has lectured often about the border in United States and Mexico, and he has taught writing to students from grade school to college in both countries.