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Zambesi journal and letters, 1858-63.

Kirk, John Sir

Zambesi journal and letters, 1858-63.

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Published by Oliver & Boyd in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Zambezi River,
  • Malawi -- Discovery and exploration

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsFoskett, Reginald,
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDT981 K5
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14598643M

    Medical missionary and explorer. Went to South Africa with the London Missionary Society. In he crossed Africa from west to east. Lead the Zambesi Expedition in in search for the source of the Nile. Crusader against the slave trade in Africa. Married Mary Moffat. to all of you wonderful donors of books, school supplies and shipping funds for eighteen containers averaging more t books per container already shipped, thank you!you have provided a unique resource to many thousands of kids in rural zimbabwe! during , the one million book mark was surpassed and more than libraries all around the country exist for . Dr. John Kirk is particularly remembered for the photographs he took in at British Hospital (B.H.) Renkioi in Turkey during the Crimean War. Later he was doctor and naturalist on David Livingston’s second expedition to Zambezi (). Read the full-text online edition of Livingstone's African Journal - Vol. 1 (). for the second time, in May , two months after his fortieth birthday, He first explored the course of the upper Zambesi as far as the Kabompo confluence. In November he set out again from Linyanti, for Luanda on the west coast, where he arrived.

    By V. G. J. Sheddick. The Tswana. By I. Schapera. ON THE UPPER ZAMBESI: The Lozi Peoples of North‐Western Rhodesia. By V. W. Turner. AMERICAN MISSIONARIES IN SOUTH AFRICA: Letters of the American Missionaries, – Edited by D. J. Kotze. WITH LIVINGSTONE ON THE ZAMBESI: The Zambesi Journal of James Stewart, –


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Originally published inthis book forms an excellent and detailed account of the Zambesi Expeditions of The book is based mainly on the daily journal kept by Sir John Kirk, Livingstone's lieutenant on the Expedition. 1858-63. book It contains much material which was Zambesi journal and letters given to the public in Livingstone's description.

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