Africa speaks: a story of adventure, the chronicles of the first trans-African journey by motor truck from Mombasa on the Indian Ocean to Lagos on the Atlantic, through central equatorial Africa
An account of the experiences of the Colorado African expedition, 1928-1929.
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CHAPTER PAGB I Twelve Thousand Miles
Sheik Ali Ben Salim
HI Horns and Thorns
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