Up the Mazaruni for Diamonds
by William la Varre
Publisher: Marshall Jones Company 1919
Number of pages: 144
William la Varre is adventuring in the right spirit. His diamond hunting is instructive as well as interesting. He has brought back from the field information which will help others who intend to traverse similar trails...
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