Uttermost Part of the Earth
Dutton, 1949 - Ona Indians - 558 pages
Presents the author's birth and youth among the coastal Yaghans in Tierra del Fuego and his adult initiation into the Ona tribe, with descriptions of the extinct Fuegian Indian culture.
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The Disastrous Expedition of Captain Allen Gardiner My Father
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