Three Years in Savage Africa


This book describes a massive undertaking,by a man who by his own addmission he would not class himself as an “explorer”however he performed the longest journey that as yet been achieved at one stretch from the Atlantic to the Indian Ocean covering over 2000 miles.The real interest of his journey,for the public,arises from the fact that he was able to study and compare the chief portions of the vast territory between the Cape and the Nile,now in the hands of the Brittish Portuguese and German nations.



H/b in nice clean boards,corners slightly bumped,with some very slight a v/g illustrated d/w,again with some slight cracking and edge-wear.Size 9×6 pp XXXI+594,inc.index,various appendixes,some artistic sketches in text,also with some reproduced lithographic b/w prints,inc.portraite of author as frontispiece,coloured page map, 2 coloured f/o maps,Hinges strong.Binding good to strong.No foxing ,staining or browning.Internally clean and bright throughout.


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