The Panama Hat Trail: A Journey from South America

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Morrow, Jan 1, 1986 - Ecuador - 271 pages
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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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Tom Miller explores how Panama Hats are made and sold from the straw to Resistol in the United States. Along the way he describles the people and places he encounters. This book contains a bibliography and index. Read full review

The Panama hat trail: a journey from South America

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Though offering perhaps more about Panama hats than the reader might ever want to know, this is a satisfying travel book that tells much else about Ecuador and its peoples. The growing, harvesting ... Read full review

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

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