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  1. Bird Sounds of Madagascar: An Audio Guide to the Island's Unique Birds by The British Library, 2010-02-15
  2. Madagascar (Wonders of the World) by Martin J. Gutnik, Natalie Browne-Gutnik, 1995-01
  3. Early State Formation in Central Madagascar: An Archaeological Survey of Western Avaradrano (Memoirs of the Museum of Anthropology, University of Michigan) by Henry T. Wright, 2007-12-10
  4. From Madagascar to the Malagasy Republic by Raymond K., Ph.D. Kent, 1976-06
  5. The Performance of Tradition: An Ethnography of Hira Gasy Popular Theatre in Madagascar (Uppsala Studies in Cultural Anthropology, 23) by Ingela Edkvist, 1997-12
  6. Madagascar, land of the man-eating tree by Chase S Osborn, 1924
  7. Mammals of Madagascar by Nick Garbutt, 2000-12-01
  8. Lemurs of Madagascar and the Comoros: The Iucn Red Data Book (Publication / Iucn-WWF Plants Conservation Programme) by Caroline S. Harcourt, Jane Thornback, 1990-01-01
  9. Lonely Planet Madagascar by May Fitzpatrick, Paul Greenway, 2001-03
  10. Isle of Fire: The Political Ecology of Landscape Burning in Madagascar (University of Chicago Geography Research Papers) by Christian A. Kull, 2004-07-07
  11. Madagascar: A World Out of Time
  12. The Eighth Continent: Life, Death and Discovery in the Lost World of Madagascar by Peter Tyson, 2000-07-01
  13. Lonely Planet Madagascar & Comoros (3rd ed) by Paul Greenway, Deanna Swaney, 1997-11
  14. Madagascar: Conflicts of Authority in the Great Island (Nations of Contemporary Africa) by Philip M. Allen, 1995-01

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82. Madagascar: Reference
published. PrestonMafham, Ken madagascar A Natural history Factson File, 1991. Coffee table book. 300 color photos. Treherne
Contents Short Bibliography, Compact Disks, Videos Long Biblio Index Magazine Articles (most recent first)
  • January 1996: Atlantic Monthly Otherworldly Madagascar , by Peter Tyson
  • August 1991: Conde Nast Traveler The Island as Planet , by Tom Huth, photographs by Knut Bry
  • Fall 1990: Orion Nature Quarterly A Necklace of Pearls: Saving Madagascar , by Alison Jolly, photographs by Frans Lanting
  • August 1988: National Geographic Madagascar's Lemurs On the Edge of Survival , by Alison Jolly, photographs by Frans Lanting
  • May-June 1988: Animal Kingdom When the Forest was Here , by Paul Goriup, photographs by Frans Lanting
  • September-October 1987: Islands Mystery and Magic in Madagascar , by Susan Dworski, photographs by Frans Lanting
  • February 1987: National Geographic Madagascar: A World Apart , by Alison Jolly, photographs by Frans Lanting
  • April 1975: Defenders of Wildlife Madagascar's Endangered Wildlife , by Faith McNulty
Guide books
Bradt, Hilary: Guide to Madagascar
Planche, Bernard: A Madagascar
Hachette Guides Bleus, 1985. In French. 175 pages.
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83. Pirates & Privateers: The History Of Maritime Piracy - Pirate Havens Madagascar
Perhaps the most famous pirate haven on madagascar was Libertalia only mention ofeither of them occurs in Captain Charles Johnson’s A General history of the
Cindy Vallar Pirates and Privateers! Notorious Pirate Havens
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Madagascar lies 250 miles off the southeast coast of Africa and was close to two trading routes: the Red Sea and the Indian Ocean. Small bands of native peoples populated the island, but none lived in close proximity to each other and some welcomed the pirates to their shores. The fact that no European power held the island also made Madagascar appealing to pirates because it lacked laws and religious morals. It also met the other criteria of a perfect haven because it had sheltered coves, abundant supplies of food and fresh water—including limes and oranges needed to prevent scurvy—and beaches ideal for scraping barnacles from ships’ hulls. Madagascar became a particular favorite of pirates before the Golden Age of Piracy . French privateers, who preyed on ships sailing the Red Sea, first used it as a base of operations sometime before 1614. Later, the island attracted more pirates in part because plundering the Caribbean became less and less profitable. Voyages by Spanish galleons laden with treasure grew infrequent. Port Royal never regained its popularity with the pirates after the devastating earthquake that struck Jamaica in 1692. Tortuga became a quiet reputable port under French control. Peace finally came to Europe, so countries ceased to offer letters of marque permitting pirates to legally prey on enemy ships. Perhaps of more import to pirates was the fact that fewer countries tolerated piracy. More naval ships patrolled Caribbean waters with the express purpose of hunting down and prosecuting any who dared to attack ships at sea.

84. Second World War Books: History Page
British 29th Brigade, meanwhile, had departed madagascar on 16 October.Sources Kirby, S. Woodburn. history OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR.
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Operation Ironclad: Invasion of Madagascar On 5 May 1942 British Force 121 conducted Operation Ironclad, an amphibious invasion of the Vichy French colony of Madagascar in the Indian Ocean. British ground forces: British 29th Infantry Brigade (independent):
Amphibious landing near Diego Suarez on 5 May 1942:
No. 5 Commando: Amphibious landing near Diego Suarez on 5 May 1942. British 17th Infantry Brigade Group (of 5th Division): Landed near Diego Suarez as second wave on 5 May 1942: British 13th Infantry Brigade (of 5th Division): Landed near Diego Suarez as third wave on 6 May 1942: British Naval Forces: Battleships: Aircraft Carriers: Cruisers: Destroyers: Corvettes: Minesweepers: Assault transports: "Special" ships: Troop ships: Stores and MT ships: British air forces Aboard Illustrious: Aboard Indomitable: French Forces Courtesy of Nowfel Leulliot Notes: 1) The main landings went in on landing craft around Courrier Bay and Ambararata Bay (across the peninsula from Diego Suarez) on 5 May 1942. These landings were unopposed.

85. Madagascar Herpetological Resources
species; color photos; maps; checklist by region; extensive natural history, habitatinformation madagascar, Bill Love's Blue Chameleon Adventures to madagascar.
Madagascar Advertise on one of the Internet's most successful directories. We reach thousands of herp enthusiasts per year and consistently place in the top ten of most search engines for geographically oriented herp searches. You may purchase a specific company banner, or be listed as a page sponsor. There is no rotation, your banner appears as the ONLY banner advertising on the page you choose. For Rates and banner information, click here: Includes Comoro Islands, Madagascar, Mascarenes,Seychelles, and surrounding archipelagos
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88. Madagascar
madagascar's history, climate, and cuisine, as well as a useful list of do's and don'ts for travellers.
This page was designed to entertain and inform tourists, business investors, government officials, travel agents, educational institutions, and everyone else who might be interest in Madagascar and its people's culture. CONTINUE This web page was design and made by Joel La Salvia . Send us your comments and questions.

89. ELCA Global Mission Bibliography: Madagascar
and Mrs. Nils Nilsen. Includes brief history of the madagascar mission 18881913by Rev. The land and people of madagascar and the history of mission work.
Madagascar BEGINNINGS Fort Dauphin Rev. J.P. Hogstad, Norwegian-Danish Conference pastor, sent to Madagascar under auspices of the Norwegian Missionary Society. South Madagascar (Southeastern Madagascar after 1897) United Norwegian Lutheran Church
(UNLC - NLC - ELC - TALC - ELCA) Southwest Madagascar Lutheran Free Church
(LFC - TALC - ELCA) BIBLIOGRAPHY Awes, Astrid Dahle. For the Soul of a King . Minneapolis: Augsburg Publishing House, 1936. 162 pp. Author was a missionary in Madagascar. "From 1917 to 1922 Mr. Awes and I collected and sorted material on the beliefs and customs of the Tanosy and Mahafaly tribes of southern Madagascar... These notes of ours I have woven into a story which is authentic as to beliefs and customs." (from introduction) Bradt, Hilary. Madagascar. Santa Barbara, Calif.: Clio Press, 1993. 118 pp. Bibliography, "World Bibliographical Series, V. 65" Includes indexes. Burgess, Andrew. Ra-Ha-La-Hi-Ko: My Brother in Madagascar. Minneapolis: Augsburg Publishing House, 1938. 224 pp. Burgess, Andrew.

90. CIA - The World Factbook 2002 -- Madagascar
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91. Asecna Accueil
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  • 94. Midi Madagascar
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    Recipe for a seafood dish from madagascar containing large shrimp, at Power Page.
    Axelsson's Blue Claw Restaurant
    991 Ocean Drive
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    all-purpose flour to coat
    16 large shrimp, peeled and deveined (about 20, pound size)
    3 tablespoons clarified butter
    2 tablespoons green pepper corns
    3/8 cup Pernod
    1 cup of sour cream
    1 cup of heavy cream
    salt and pepper to taste
    1/2 pound spinach angel-hair pasta, cooked al dente, rinsed in cold water, drained well, tossed with 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil and reserved (about 8 cups)
    4 tablespoons scallions (green part only), diced
    Lightly coat the shrimp with flour and reserve. In a skillet over medium high heat, add the clarified butter. When the butter is hot, add the peppercorns and bruise slightly with the back of a heavy spoon. Add the shrimp and cook with stirring until the shrimp turn pink (about two minutes). Add the Pernod and mix well. Heat with constant stirring to boil off the alcohol (about three minutes). To a bowl, add the sour cream and heavy cream and whisk until smooth. Add the cream mixture to the skillet and mix well. Bring the sauce to a boil and simmer for one minute and season with salt and pepper. Add in the angel hair pasta and toss it well to evenly coat and heat the pasta. Add the scallions to the pasta dish and toss to combine. Divide evenly in the center of 4 warmed plates and serve immediately. You may garnish with chopped, peeled and seeded fresh tomatoes. Serves 4.
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    96. Main Index
    Photographs and backpacking information relating to India, Borneo, Bali, madagascar and Nepal.
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    97. Index - Madagascar: Appunti Di Viaggio E Fotografie
    Informazioni storiche, turistiche e culturali sull'isola. Una galleria fotografica dei parchi del sud.
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    98. Madagascar Tenrecs
    Biology and captive care of Streaked Tenrecs.

    99. Alpha Madagascar Travel
    Pr©sentation des circuits et s©jours que propose cet agent de voyage.

    100. African Travel
    Tours and information on Reunion and madagascar.

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