The Panama Hat Trail: A Journey from South America

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Morrow, Jan 1, 1986 - Ecuador - 271 pages
12 Reviews
This 15th anniversary reissue of Millers travel classic follows the making and marketing of a single Panama hat. Its 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  - Roy Farol - Goodreads

This is not about the hat, but about the country and it's people and stories about it. I hate endings in a very good book. Read full review

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

User Review  - Mark Jamison - Goodreads

Not sure this book would resonate much with someone who hasn't been or isn't planning to go to Ecuador, but I read most of it in a sleepy little town in the Andes mountains in Ecuador where I'll be ... Read full review

Contents

Map
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Introduction
15
PART OHE 1 An Opening into Heaven
21
Copyright

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