Great explorations in the wilds of Africa, including Sir Samuel Baker's expedition with a force of nearly two thousand men to suppress the slave trade; Lieut. Cameron's "Across Africa," with these travelers' marvelous accounts of fighting the natives, hunting the hippopotamus, elephant and lion, and Henry M. Stanley's story of his last and greatest work and explorations in organizing and bringing into the family of nations "the Congo Free State," ... with a graphic account of "Chinese" Gordon in Africa. The whole carefully edited by J.T. Headley.
|Main Author:||Headley, J. T. , 1813-1897.|
Toronto, Ont. : Hovey, 1886.
Stanley, Henry M.
> (Henry Morton),
Baker, Samuel White, > Sir, > 1821-1893.
Africa, Central > Description and travel.
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