Stanley, the making of an African explorer
This biography recounts the life of the eccentric and indomitable African explorer Henry M. Stanley (1841-1904), who circumnavigated Lakes Tanganyika and Victoria, fixed the source of the Nile, and traveled the length of the Congo River.
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