David Livingstone: Letters & Documents, 1841-1872 : the Zambian Collection at the Livingstone Museum, Containing a Wealth of Restored, Previously Unknown Or Unpublished Texts

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Livingstone Museum by Currey, 1990 - Literary Collections - 202 pages
This collection of David Livingstone's personal papers, edited by Timothy Holmes, is from the Livingstone Museum in Zambia and features many previously unpublished letters. The first part deals with his period in Botswana, the second part focuses on the Zambezi expedition (1858-64), the third section covers to time of his visit to Britain in 1864-5, and the fourth part covers his last journey (1866-73). North America: Indiana U Press; Zambia: UNZA Press

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The Zambezi Expedition
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W C Oswell
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WC Oswell
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Timothy Holmes is a researcher of history who assembled and wrote Saratoga Springs: A Brief History, published by The History Press. He writes about locations and themes whose significances have proved enduring over time. His career in philanthropy and forensics continues with humanitarian development projects locally and abroad.

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