1 edition of Through unknown Africa found in the catalog.
Through unknown Africa
|Statement||Translated by Agnes Platt|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||287|
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Now as for the book itself it is a Through unknown Africa book of the explorations of an American physician starting from Berbera in Somalia, through southeastern ethiopia and all the way to Lake Turkana (formerly Rudolf) and on southward to the Kenyan coast in the years /5(3).
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Through unknown African countries; the first expedition from Somaliland to Lake Lamu by. Title. Through unknown African countries; the first expedition from Somaliland to Lake Lamu, By. Smith, Arthur Donaldson, Crick, G.
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Through Unknown African Countries. London/ New York: Edward Arnold, First. Hardcover. pp, ill. SIX folding maps. Top edge gilt. The first expedition from Somaliland to Lake Rudolph with emphasis on big game shooting - much on rhino and elephant. Fast paced, well written, and with lovely illustrations.
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This book is his account of the expedition. Its appendices contain detailed descriptions and illustrations of the fishes, spiders and scorpions, moths, geological specimens, fossils, plants, and ethnographic objects collected on the expedition.
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