Promotional pamphlet for works about Dr. David Livingstone

Livingstone possibly became even more popular after his death. His writings are now valued as a rich source for the history of Africans. His pioneering cartography of eastern Angola and the area that is now Botswana, Zambia, and Malawi was only one of his skills as an amateur field-scientist. He was buried in Westminster Abbey and statues and tributes were raised throughout the world to his memory. A great many books have also been published about this missionary and his travels.

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Copyright National Library of Scotland

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LIVINGSTONE'S FIRST
EXPEDITION TO
AFRICA


With Notes by FREDERICK
STANLEY ARNOT. With many
Illustrations. 3s. 6d. net and 2s. net.


MANY volumes have been written on the
subject of Livingstone's travels, but those
who are really interested in the greatest of
African travellers will be satisfied with no less
than Livingstone's own narrative, aglow with the
enthusiasm of his first travel experiences. He
gives a full account of those wonderful journeys in
the years 1849 to 1856, during the course of which
he discovered the Victoria Falls and crossed the
continent from West to East.

LONDON: JOHN MURRAY