Legendary surfers, Volume 1
The first volume covers the period of time between surfing's origins after 2,500 B.C. to the year 1910 A.D. and through Duke Kahanamoku's life. The second volume covers the period 1910 through 1929 and the entire life of twentieth century pioneer surfer and innovator Tom Blake.
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