East African explorers, selected and introduced by Charles Richards and James Place.

; Place, James
Enl. and rev. ed.. Nairobi, Oxford University Press, 1967.

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American
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DT365 .R5 1967 Available Request
Other Authors Place, James.
Subjects Africa, East -- Discovery and exploration.
Description xxii, 366 p. map. 19 cm.
Contents John Ludwig Krapf and John Rebmann: two missionary explorers.--Charles New: missionary journeys.--David Livingstone, Henry Morton Stanley, Verney Lovett Cameron: Livingstone in Tanganyika; the last expedition and research.--Richard Burton, John Hanning Speke, James Augustus Grant: the source of the Nile.--Samuel White Baker: Lake Albert Nyanza.--Joseph Thomson: the African lakes and the Masai country.--Gaetano Casati: Emin Pasha and the Equatorial Province. Count Samuel Teleki and Ludwig von HoĢˆhnel: discovery of Lakes Rudolf and Stefanie.--J. W. Gregory: the great Rift Valley.--Frederick Dealtry Lugard: British East Africa.--J. R. L. MacDonald: surveying the Uganda Railway.--Herbert Austin: through the Suk country to Lake Rudolf.
Geographic Area Africa, Eastern
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00458451
(OCoLC)458451
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat

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