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The Forestry of West Africa

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THIS, as its title indicates, is intended to form a handbook to the economic plant-products of Western Africa. Although the author is Governor of a British colony in this region, his remarks are by no means confined to British possessions, but are intended to include all that is at present known of economic interest connected with the plants of Western Tropical Africa.

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