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Learning Nothing, Forgetting Nothing: On the Trail of Carl Lumholtz

From: Journal of the Southwest
Volume 49, Number 3, Autumn 2007
pp. 357-368 | 10.1353/jsw.2007.0018

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Learning Nothing, Forgetting Nothing:
On the Trail of Carl Lumholtz
Charles Bowden

Charles Bowden has written a score of books, including Killing the Hidden Waters, Blue Desert, Frog Mountain Blues, and The Sonoran Desert. His latest is Inferno, a book about geography that is off the map but deep within the human heart. In following Hohokam shell trails to the gulf, the route of Carl Lumholtz, and paths of undocumented foreign workers, he has walked the length and breadth of the Pinacate region.

References

Lumholtz, Carl
1912 New Trails in Mexico. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons.
1921 My Life in Exploration. Natural History 21:224–43.
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