Inner Africa laid open, in an attempt to trace the chief lines of communication across that continent south of the Equator; with the routes to the Muropue and the Cazembe, Moenemoezi and Lake Nyassa; the journeys of the Rev. Dr. Krapf and the Rev. J. Rebmann on the eastern coast; and the discoveries of Messrs. Oswell and Livingstone in the heart of the continent.
|Main Author:||Cooley, William Desborough, d. 1883.|
New York, Negro Universities Press 
> Description and travel.
Reprint of the 1852 ed.
viii, 149 p.
|Original Classification Number:||DT731 .C77 1969|
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