Africanus Horton, 1835-1883: West African Scientist and Patriot
James Africanus Beale Horton was a remarkable figure on the West African scene of the last century. This is a full-length biography of the talented and versatile man-physician, British Army officer, mining entrepreneur, banker - who was one of the most prolific West African authors of his time.
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THE WEST AFRICAN BACKGROUND
hortons YOUTH AND education
RESEARCH WAR AND POLITICS
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