FRENCH ENTERPRISE IN AFRICA. The Personal Narrative of Lieut. Hourst of His Exploration of the Niger
by Hourst, Lieutenant
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NY and London: E.P. Dutton and Co. and Chapman & Hall, Ltd., 1899. First edition. Hard cover in original cloth. Published NY and London: E.P. Dutton and Co. and Chapman & Hall, Ltd., 1899. 8vo., xvi+520pp.+ frontis portrait, illustrated with 190 photo reproductions, fold-out map. Dark blue cloth with gilt titles. Translated by Mrs. Arthur Bell. In the heyday of French enterprise in West Africa Hourst explored the Niger River from Timbuktu for the French Government. A fine, bright copy. . 1st. Hard. Fine/No Jacket. 8vo.
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- FRENCH ENTERPRISE IN AFRICA. The Personal Narrative of Lieut. Hourst of His Exploration of the Niger
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- E.P. Dutton and Co. and Chapman & Hall, Ltd.
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- Travel and Exploration;
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