American Indians in the Pacific. – Heyerdahl, Thor

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The Theory behind the Kon-Tiki Expedition

From the fly-leaf: “The author has, in this exhaustive study, set out in detail the facts supporting his theory of Polynesian origins in early America and to examine the New World coasts for evidence of the route Man took into the open Pacific. The author assembled remarkable data on early native life and culture, customs and traditions, both iside the Pacific island world and in aboriginal America, showing the existence of numerous striking similarities and identities between the peoples of the two areas. “11 maps. Numerous b&w photographs and illustrations. Brown tint to top page edges and some toning to fore-edge. 821 Pages. Contents cleans and tightly bound. This is a heavy item and will incur additional postage. 1st Edition. Condition: Good+. Dust jacket: Poor. Fragile. Thin paper dust jacket with edge-wear and tide-mark along the fold and spine area. Price clipped. Some old clear tape reinforcing along the top edge and spine. Age-toning and some light soiling. Binding: Hardcover. Brown cloth boards with gilt lettering on spine. Light bumping to spine edge.

Publisher: George Allen & Unwin Ltd
Date Published: 1952
Publication Place: London
First Edition: Yes

Condition: Good+.
Binding: Hardcover. Brown cloth boards with gilt lettering on spine. Light bumping to spine edge.
Has Dust Jacket: Yes
Jacket Condition: Poor. Fragile. Thin paper dust jacket with edge-wear and tide-mark along the fold and spine area. Price clipped. Some old clear tape reinforcing along the top edge and spine. Age-toning and some light soiling.
Dimensions: 25cm x 20cm x 5.5cm

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Weight 2400 g