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Prowling About Panama

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In "Prowling About Panama," George A. Miller takes readers on a thrilling and informative journey through the vibrant culture and diverse landscapes of Panama. His vivid descriptions bring the country to life, immersing readers in everything from bustling city streets to serene rainforests.

Miller's love for Panama shines through in every page, as he shares his personal experiences and insights with honesty and humor. Along the way, he introduces readers to a colorful cast of characters, from local artisans to exotic wildlife.

What sets "Prowling About Panama" apart is Miller's blend of travelogue and history lesson. Through his explorations, readers gain a deeper understanding of Panama's rich heritage and the complex social issues facing the country today.

Overall, "Prowling About Panama" is a captivating read that will leave readers with a newfound appreciation for this vibrant and dynamic country. Miller's passion for Panama is infectious, making this book a must-read for anyone interested in exploring the beauty and complexity of Central America.

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In 1903, Panama became a brand new state in Central America by seceding from Colombia in order to facilitate the construction of the Panama Canal, which was finished in 1914. This fledgling nation was home to the oldest inhabited European settlement on the American continent, a rich indigenous culture, and a splendid natural beauty from coast to jungle.

Such was the scene as found by George A. Miller as he was "Prowling about Panama" in 1919, an activity that is more a "getting lost in the right way" than systematic exploration. Follow the author on his prowls through an amazing country that at the time of writing was an exciting mixture of tradition and modernity. .

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