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How to Shit in the Woods, Second Edition: An Environmentally Sound Approach to a Lost Art [Paperback]

Kathleen Meyer
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In the mid-1800s in the Royal Borough of Chelsea, London, an industrious young English plumber named Thomas Crapper grabbed Progress in his pipe wrench and with a number of sophisticated sanitation inventions leapfrogged ahead one hundred years. Read the first page
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