Through Unknown Africa.


This book tells of the author and his family’s adventures and experiences during their explorations through Portugese Angola,which lasted for two years.Preparations were made in 1926 for an expedition to investigate the ways of the primitive peoples in Central Africa.Their speech,mental status,and social organisation.

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H/b in its original a very grubby state,with bumped corners,and badly rubbed d/w.Size 9×6 pp 286,inc,page maps,no plates,text old ex library copy with the usual stamps and torn-off lable damage.Hinges weak.Front binding held together with masking and celotape,otherwise firm.A book that is dirty throughout in every respect.I have only included it into the Index as a reading copy,because of the value of its contents,and sold on that basis.


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