When Rivers Meet. The Story of the First Trans-African Waterway Expedition.

Africa is a continent of great rivers.This is obvious from a glance at the map.Then why not use the rivers as a waterway linking the West and East coasts? Delays and expences would be cut down if a waterway was opened up.This idea was the motivating force behind the First Trans-African Waterway Expedition.Mirabel Rogers covers the expedition for several newspapers.Nine men and four women,with their fibreglass boats,a jeep and a Dodge power wagon,attempted to open up such a route.

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H/b in nice clean boards,in a rather shabby illustrated d/w,some edge-wear,chipped and damage to spine,but with no loss.Size 9×6 pp 192,inc,index,Some b/w photographic plates,page map.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.no foxing,staining or browning.Internally clean and bright throughout.

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