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To help you get information on topics we cover we provide the following bibliographies / book lists. We welcome you comments and suggestions for additional materials to add.

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Bibliography: Bicycling / Non-motorized Transport: repair and maintenance, skills and techniques, touring, racing, sustainable transportation, land use planning, traffic calming, livability, cost of transportation, facilities design, exercise, environment, health, safety, other books on bicycles

Bibliography: Africa: fiction, non-fiction, culture, religion, history, economics, politics, anthropology, archeology and literature, for North, South, East, West, Central and the Horn of Africa.

Bibliography: Cuba: fiction, non-fiction, history, economics, politics, literature, travel.

Bibliography: Ecuador: fiction, non-fiction, history, economics, politics, literature, travel.

Bibliography: Guyana: history, economics, politics

Bibiliography: Korea: fiction, non-fiction, history, economics, politics, literature.

Bibliography: Vietnam: fiction, non-fiction, history, poetry, politics, literature.

Bibliography: Washington State / British Columbia : History and culture of Native America, Asian American, European America, African America and Pacific-Islander American.

 

 
 

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