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Member: dbyerlee

CollectionsYour library (336), Wishlist (5), All collections (337)

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TagsHistory of food and agriculture (46), British Empire (32), India (30), Commodity (24), Travel (23), Africa general (16), Australia (15), Economic Development (15), fiction (14), Agricultural Science (14) — see all tags

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About meI confess to being addicted to collecting and reading books of a wide variety. Favorites are history and travel (both fiction and nonfiction) books, including antiquarium books, relating to countries I know best--especially Australia, India and Pakistan, Mexico, and anglophone countries of Africa. I also collect books on the British Empire (the good and the bad), agricultural and food history in developing countries, and the history of science.

About my libraryI have a collection of about 2000 books, only hard backs, mostly organized by country. About one third are antiquarian dating from the late 19th century. I also have a nice collection of books about the history of specific foods.

GroupsAll Books Africa, Asian Fiction & Non-Fiction, Australian LibraryThingers, México / Mexico, Travel and Exploration literature

Real nameDerek Byerlee

LocationWashington DC, USA

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Member sinceDec 30, 2007

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