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Henry Munn was a writer and poet who studied the use of hallucinogenic plants by the Conibo Indians of eastern Peru and also the Mazatec Indians of the mountains of Oaxaca.

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  • Henry Munn was a writer and poet who studied the use of hallucinogenic plants by the Conibo Indians of eastern Peru and also the Mazatec Indians of the mountains of Oaxaca.
  • Henry Oldman Munn (1835 – 18 July 1864) was an English first-class cricketer and British Army officer.
  • Henry Oldman Munn (1835 – 18 July 1864) was an English first-class cricketer and British Army officer.] The son of William Munn, he was born in 1835 at Bobbing, Kent. He was educated at Eton College, before being commissioned in the East Kent Militia as a lieutenant in December 1853. However in August 1854, he had joined the 13th Light Dragoons as a cornet by purchase. He was promoted to lieutenant without purchase in July 1855, later being promoted to captain in October 1862. In the same year as his promotion to captain, Munn made a single appearance in first-class cricket for the against the at Canterbury. Batting twice in the match, he was run out in the Gentlemen of Kent first innings for 23 runs, while in their second innings he was dismissed without scoring by E. M. Grace.
  • Henry Oldman Munn (1835 – 18 July 1864) was an English first-class cricketer and British Army officer. The son of William Munn, he was born in 1835 at Bobbing, Kent. He was educated at Eton College, before being commissioned in the East Kent Militia as a lieutenant in December 1853. However in August 1854, he had joined the 13th Light Dragoons as a cornet by purchase. He was promoted to lieutenant without purchase in July 1855, later being promoted to captain in October 1862. In the same year as his promotion to captain, Munn made a single appearance in first-class cricket for the against the at Canterbury. Batting twice in the match, he was run out in the Gentlemen of Kent first innings for 23 runs, while in their second innings he was dismissed without scoring by E. M. Grace.
  • Henry Oldman Munn (1835 – 18 July 1864) was an English first-class cricketer and British Army officer. The son of William Munn, he was born in 1835 at Bobbing, Kent. He was educated at Eton College, before being commissioned in the East Kent Militia as a lieutenant in December 1853. However in August 1854, he had joined the 13th Light Dragoons as a cornet by purchase. He was promoted to lieutenant without purchase in July 1855, later being promoted to captain in October 1862. In the same year as his promotion to captain, Munn made a single appearance in first-class cricket for the Gentlemen of Kent against the at Canterbury. Batting twice in the match, he was run out in the Gentlemen of Kent first innings for 23 runs, while in their second innings he was dismissed without scoring by E. M.
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  • Henry Munn was a writer and poet who studied the use of hallucinogenic plants by the Conibo Indians of eastern Peru and also the Mazatec Indians of the mountains of Oaxaca. He made numerous contributions to the field of ethnopoetics, a vaguely defined movement of twentieth century experimental poetry aiming to build upon and preserve the writings and traditions of so-called "deep cultures – those surviving in situ as well as those that had vanished except for transcriptions in books or recordings from earlier decades..."Munn's writings on psychedelics, specifically his widely read essay "The Mushrooms of Language", have influenced the prolific proponent of hallucinogens Terence McKenna, as cited in his book Food of the Gods. He translated "The Life of Maria Sabina," written by Alvaro Estrada, the brother of Munn's wife Natividad Estrada, into English. Natividad was a Mazatec speaking resident of Huautla de Jimenez.Henry Munn died in February 2014.
  • Henry Oldman Munn (1835 – 18 July 1864) was an English first-class cricketer and British Army officer.
  • Henry Oldman Munn (1835 – 18 July 1864) was an English first-class cricketer and British Army officer.] The son of William Munn, he was born in 1835 at Bobbing, Kent. He was educated at Eton College, before being commissioned in the East Kent Militia as a lieutenant in December 1853. However in August 1854, he had joined the 13th Light Dragoons as a cornet by purchase. He was promoted to lieutenant without purchase in July 1855, later being promoted to captain in October 1862. In the same year as his promotion to captain, Munn made a single appearance in first-class cricket for the against the at Canterbury. Batting twice in the match, he was run out in the Gentlemen of Kent first innings for 23 runs, while in their second innings he was dismissed without scoring by E. M. Grace. He was married to Isabella Frances Toke in 1861, with Munn dying at Canterbury in July 1864.
  • Henry Oldman Munn (1835 – 18 July 1864) was an English first-class cricketer and British Army officer. The son of William Munn, he was born in 1835 at Bobbing, Kent. He was educated at Eton College, before being commissioned in the East Kent Militia as a lieutenant in December 1853. However in August 1854, he had joined the 13th Light Dragoons as a cornet by purchase. He was promoted to lieutenant without purchase in July 1855, later being promoted to captain in October 1862. In the same year as his promotion to captain, Munn made a single appearance in first-class cricket for the against the at Canterbury. Batting twice in the match, he was run out in the Gentlemen of Kent first innings for 23 runs, while in their second innings he was dismissed without scoring by E. M. Grace. He was married to Isabella Frances Toke in 1861, with Munn dying at Canterbury in July 1864.
  • Henry Oldman Munn (1835 – 18 July 1864) was an English first-class cricketer and British Army officer. The son of William Munn, he was born in 1835 at Bobbing, Kent. He was educated at Eton College, before being commissioned in the East Kent Militia as a lieutenant in December 1853. However in August 1854, he had joined the 13th Light Dragoons as a cornet by purchase. He was promoted to lieutenant without purchase in July 1855, later being promoted to captain in October 1862. In the same year as his promotion to captain, Munn made a single appearance in first-class cricket for the Gentlemen of Kent against the at Canterbury. Batting twice in the match, he was run out in the Gentlemen of Kent first innings for 23 runs, while in their second innings he was dismissed without scoring by E. M. Grace. He was married to Isabella Frances Toke in 1861, with Munn dying at Canterbury in July 1864.
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