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Foreward | Tramping Through Mexico, Guatemala and Honduras

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Tramping Through Mexico, Guatemala and Honduras
By Harry A. Franck
Published 1916
Foreward
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Chapter 10

Being the Random Notes of an Incurable Vagabond

By Harry A. Franck

Author Of
“A Vagabond Journey Around The World,”
“Zone Policeman 88,”
etc.
Illustrated With Photographs By The Author

To The Mexican Peon With Sincerest Wishes For His Ultimate Emancipation

FOREWORD

This simple story of a journey southward grew up of itself. Planning a comprehensive exploration of South America, I concluded to reach that continent by some less monotonous route than the steamship’s track; and herewith is presented the unadorned narrative of what I saw on the way,—the day-by-day experiences in rambling over bad roads and into worse lodging-places that infallibly befall all who venture afield south of the Rio Grande. The present account joins up with that of five months on the Canal Zone, already published, clearing the stage for a larger forthcoming volume on South America giving the concrete results of four unbroken years of Latin-American travel.

Harry A. Franck.
New York, May, 1916.

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