Men of Livingstone. A brief account of their part in his major expeditions 1852-1873.

There is so much material written on the exploits,and life of David Livingstone,that it would be difficult to discover any new angle of approach of any interest that has not been covered before.However this little booklet bases its theme on the men behind him,who gave him the support he needed to cary out his exploritive work.It is a brief account of their part in his major expeditions in the years 1852-1873,and of the final journey where he perished with fever,and those men who literaly carried his body home.

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Limp printed black card covers,clean but slightly edge-worn,Size 9×6 pp 24,illustrated with some b/w photographic prints,inc frontispiece,also with some fine pencil sketches.Hinges strong.Stapled binding good to firm.No foxing,staining or browning.There is a signature and date penned in ink on the half-title page.Otherwise internally clean and bright throughout.

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