H. M. Stanley's Wonderful Adventures in Africa: From His First Entrance Into the Dark Continent in Search of Livingstone, to His Last Triumphal Return from His Search for and Rescue of Emin Bey
Excelsior publishing Company, 1890 - Africa, Central - 798 pages
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Abd-el-Kader Abdullah Arabs arrived attack Bailunda Baker Baris beautiful boat Bombay Cameron camp canoes caravan Central Africa chief civilized cloth coast crossed dark dead deserted doctor donkey elephants entered expedition explorations feet fever fifty fire five forest forty four gave Gondokoro ground guns halted head heard heart hippopotamus hundred huts island journey jungle Khartoum killed king Kingaru knew lake land Livingstone Lualaba Makata Manyema matama miles Mirambo morning mountains Mpwapwa naked natives never night Nile Nyangwe Nyanza ordered passed reached returned rifle river savage says seemed sent Shaw sheikh shore shot shouts sick sight slaves Snider rifles soldiers soon Stanley Stanley's started stream sultan Tanganika Tayib tent thousand Tipo-tipo told took traveler trees tribes troops Uganda Ugogo Ujiji Unyanyembe Unyoro valley vessels village Wagogo Wakami Washensi White Nile wild wonder yards Zanzibar