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Journal Of The Discovery Of The Source Of The Nile; SOLINET/ASERL Cooperative Microfilming Project; Classics Of Exploration; Empire Online: Race, Class, Imperialism And Colonialism, 1607-2007; Volume 4 Of Human Relations Area Files: Ganda; Black Culture Collection
John Hanning Speke
W. Blackwood and sons, 1864
History; Africa; General; Africa, East; Africa, Eastern; Discoveries in geography; Explorers; History / Africa / General; Nile River; Nile River Valley; Uganda
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Published in 1863, this account of Speke's challenging journey through East Africa to trace the Nile from Lake Victoria contains important historical evidence about the indigenous tribes of the region. Speke's view on the source of the Nile, controversial at the time, was eventually proved correct.From Library Journal:
In this 1863 volume, Speke recounts how he discovered Lake Victoria in East Africa in 1858. The book is part natural history, part travelog, and part adventure tale.
Copyright 1997 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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