Stanley in Africa: The Story of His Wonderful Marches Across the Continent, Voyages on the Great Equatorial Lakes, Perilous Descent of the Congo, and Desperate Encounters with Cataracts and Cannibals, Told Chiefly in His Own Words, Together with a Narrative of the Exploits of Sir Samuel W. Baker and Commander V. L. Cameron
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Africa Alvez ant-hills Arabs armed arrived arrows attacked Bagamoyo Bailunda banks beads boat brought Bumbireh Cameron camp canoes caravan carried cassava chief Chumah cloth coast Coimbra crossed DAVID LIVINGSTONE dead deep distance donkey drums Edward Pocock entered expedition explorer feet fire forest gave goats grass guns halt hands head heard hills hundred huts island journey Jumah jungle Karagwe Kasongo king Kongo Lady Alice lake Lake Tanganyika land leaving Livingstone looking Malagarazi Matipa miles Mirambo morning mountains Mpwapwa Mtesa natives night Nyangwe party passed plain Portuguese reached returned river road round Rusizi savages says seen sent shore shouting side sight slaves soldiers soon spears Speke Stanley Stanley's started stockade stream Susi Tanganyika Tipo-tipo told travelers trees Uganda Ujiji Ukerewe Unyanyembe Unyoro valley village whilst women yards Zanzibar