What Led Disc Nile (Library of African Study) ePub download
by John Hanning Speke
- ISBN: 0714618543
- ISBN13: 978-0714618548
- ePub: 1992 kb | FB2: 1970 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Africa
- Publisher: Frank Cass Publishers; New ed of 1864 ed edition (January 1967)
- Pages: 388
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- Format: lit docx azw lrf
Встречается в книгах (6) с 1859 по 1990. Встречается в книгах (10) с 1817 по 1892.
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Series: Cambridge Library Collection - African Studies
Series: Cambridge Library Collection - African Studies. Subjects: Social and Population History, Area Studies, Historical Geography, History, African Studies, African History. John Hanning Speke (1827–64) was an officer in the British Indian Army, best known for his explorations of Africa. The lake was eventually proved to be the source after Speke's tragic death from a gunshot wound, making these memoirs a cornerstone in the historical geography of Africa.
Speke, John Hanning, 1827-1864.
John Hanning Speke's story of finding the Source of the Nile as Lake Victoria. Most of the material is devoted to wrangling with the Africans, either the porters or the various chiefs and kings
John Hanning Speke's story of finding the Source of the Nile as Lake Victoria. It seems to be his attempt for him to get away from Richard Francis Burton's attempt to control the story and to make the source as something else other than Victoria. He tried to put his controubuion into the light and dispell himself as doing nothing for their travels together. Most of the material is devoted to wrangling with the Africans, either the porters or the various chiefs and kings. The true value of this book at the time it was written was, I am sure, as a report on trading prospects with these people, what they have to offer and how to deal with them.
Concept Development Studies in Chemistry. An Introduction to Chemistry - Atoms First.
The discovery of the source of the nile. Concept Development Studies in Chemistry.
Journal Of The Discovery Of The Source Of The Nile by John Hanning Speke (1863).
Adventures in Somali Land, John Hanning Speke Note: The University of Adelaide Library eBooks @ Adelaide. Note: First published in "What Led to the Discovery of the Source of the Nile", William Blackwood and Sons, 1864. The maps occupy a unique place within the history of medieval. cartography because they are the only mappaemundi extant within a Book of Psalms. The specific relationship between the maps and the texts of the psalms is, however, less studied. I propose that the maps allude to the content of the psalms and complement images in the historiated initials, cultivating exegesis, prayer, and contemplation. Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Facsimile reprint of 1st e. Edinburgh, London, Blackwood, 1864 Journal of a. .ventures in Somali land. Journal of a cruise on the Tanganyika Lake. MoreLess Show More Show Less.