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Elephant Bill
Elephant Bill
Author: Lt.-Col. J. H. Williams
An affectionate account of the remarkable elephants who work in Burma's teak forests, by the man who spent twenty-five years directing elephants and war. With 32 pages of photographs.
ISBN: 28888
Pages: 250
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Publisher: Doubleday
Book Type: Hardcover
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Published 1950. An intensely interesting memoir about an era now gone. This man lived the adventure and has a wonderfully straight-forward, interesting way of telling us about it. Not only do you learn about elephants, you also learn about the English ex-patriots like Williams and the natives they worked among.