Missionary Travels and Researches in South Africa: Including a Sketch of Sixteen Years' Residence in the Interior of Africa (Volume 2) download epub
by David Livingstone
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Start by marking Missionary Travels in South Africa: Including a Sketch of Sixteen Years' Residence in the Interior of Africa, Volume I as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. From South Africa, he traveled north to the Kalahari Desert in 1849, on to the west coast and then to the east coast. He saw The Christian missionary and explorer Dr. Livingstone was among the first Europeans to penetrate into the interior of Africa on his own. He faced pestilence, animal attacks, and the brutal traffic in human beings that he was determined to eradicate.
My first trip to Africa made me fall in love with the place. At Victoria Falls I saw the statue of David Livingstone, and upon returning home I read a brief biography of him that I had long owned. 2 people found this helpful.
Lloyd, p. 6-19), with the unrevised text on p. 8, the tinted lithographs signed by T. Picken and Day & Son (frontis. plate opposite p. 66, and plate opposite p. 225), and a presentation inscription dated "2. 0. 1857", however, the SCNHRB copy also includes the index which is lacking in variant no. 2's description.
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In this book, first published in 1857, David Livingstone describes his travels and work as a missionary and explorer in regions of Africa previously unknown to Europeans
In this book, first published in 1857, David Livingstone describes his travels and work as a missionary and explorer in regions of Africa previously unknown to Europeans.
David Livingstone Harper, 1858 Religion; Christian Ministry; Missions; Religion, Christian Ministry, Missions; Travel, Africa, General.
London: John Murray, 1857. The London Missionary Society ordained Livingstone in 1840 and sent him to South Africa. He first discovered the Zambesi River at Secheke and followed it northwards, eventually reaching the west coast of Africa at Luanda, Angola, and the east coast at Quelimane, Mozambique.
The Christian missionary and explorer Dr. Livingstone was among the first Europeans to penetrate into the . by David Livingstone. He faced pestilence, animal.
including a Sketch of Sixteen Years’ Residence in the Interior of Africa. This absorbing narrative by the world famous explorer and Christian missionary, David Livingstone, (1813–1873) was first published in 1857 after the President of the Royal Geographical Society asked Livingstone to give a series of public lectures on his travels in Africa. The book was a great success, but Livingstone reportedly said 'I think I would rather cross the African continent again than undertake to write another book'. Livingstone's book describes in careful detail his travels and work in parts of southern and central Africa previously unknown to Europeans.