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IN DARKEST AFRICA, OR THE QUEST, RESCUE, AND RETREAT OF EMIN, GOVERNOR OF EQUATORIA -- VOLUME II ONLY (Volume 2 ONLY)

By Stanley, Henry M.

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1891. HC. very good+, decorated green cloth (hardcover) EXCEPTIONAL COPY. B&W illustrations, maps. NOTE - VOLUME TWO ONLY - An exceptionally nice clean, tight and bright copy, may never had been read. With two maps, as called for, in the rear pocket. 538pp.

$35.00

BAAL, CHRIST, AND MOHAMMED - RELIGION AND REVOLUTION IN NORTH AFRICA

By Cooley, John K. (maps by Charles McDonnell)

New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1965. HC. good+, white cloth (hardcover) no dustjacket - EX-LIB w/one mark. 369pp.

$7.50

AFRICA CONTEMPORARY RECORD, VOLUME XIII - ANNUAL SURVEY AND DOCUMENTS 1980-1981

By Legum, Colin (edited by)

New York: Africana Publishing Company, 1981. HC. very good w/very good dustjacket (hardcover) EX-LIB with marks. ISBN 0814905517 Ex-Lib with the usual markings. Nice tight copy.

$60.00

UNITED STATES INTERESTS AND POLICES IN AFRICA - TRANSITION TO A NEW ERA
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UNITED STATES INTERESTS AND POLICES IN AFRICA - TRANSITION TO A NEW ERA

By Magyar, Karl P. (edited by)

New York: St. Martin's Press, Inc, 2000. HC. fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover). ISBN 0312223889 "During the closing days of the Cold War Africans correctly sensed that this profound development would soon impact on the role that Africa had experienced during that era." 193pp.

$12.00

THE COUNTRY OF THE DWARFS

By du Chaillu, Paul

New York: Negro Universities Press, 1969. HC. fine, brown cloth (hardcover). ISBN 0837118409 Originally published in 1872. 314pp.

$14.50

NORTH AFRICA'S FRENCH LEGACY, 1954-1962 - Harvard Middle Eastern Monographs IX

By Gordon, David C.

Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1962. PB. very good, wraps (softcover). A survey of the cultural relationship between France and the North African nations of Morocco, Tunisia, and Algeria since the Second World War. 121pp.

$10.00

SOME HISTORIC JOURNEYS IN EAST AFRICA

By Richards, Charles (edited by)

London: Oxford University Press, 1962. PB. good+, wraps (softcover). B&W illustrations. This book tells of the adventures of some of the early visitors to East Africa. 134pp.

$7.00

CURTAIN-UP ON SOUTH AFRICA - PRESENTING A NATIONAL DRAMA

By Allighan, Garry

London: T. V. Boardman & Co., Ltd, 1960. HC. good+ w/good dustjacket (hardcover). B&W illustrations. 276pp.

$5.00

THE VANISHING TRIBES OF KENYA

By Browne, J. Orde (Major G. St J. Orde Browne)

London: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1925. HC. good+, light brownish cloth (hardcover) EX-LIB w/minimal marks. B&W illustrations, maps. A DESCRIPTION OF THE MANNERS & CUSTOMS OF THE PRIMITIVE & INTERESTING TRIBES DWELLING ON THE VAST SOUTHERN SLOPES OF MOUNT KENYA, & THEIR FAST DISAPPEARING NATIVE METHODS OF LIFE. Ex-lib from a small county library, and checked out only once. 284pp, map.

$85.00

KENYA: THE FIRST EXPLORERS

By Pavitt, Nigel (foreword by Wilfred Thesiger)

London: Aurum Press, 1989. HC. very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover). B&W and color illustrations. ISBN 1854100122 Until the latter half of the nineteenth century the interior of the country we now know as Kenya was hidden from the outside world. Scene of internecine strife, hostile tribes, waterless scrubland and trafficking in slaves and ivory, its secrets were revealed only when a handful of remarkable men braved the many dangers to travel inland -- this is the story of five of them. 207pp.

$7.50

IN THE SHADE OF AN ACACIA TREE: MEMOIRS OF A HEALTH OFFICER IN AFRICA, 1945-1959

By Lambrecht, Frank L.

Philadelphia, PA: Amer. Philosophical Society, 1991. HC. fine w/fine dustjacket (hardcover). color frontis, B&W ill.. ISBN 0871691949 A poignant glimpse of a disappearing world in Africa, of a European family interacting with the native population in a loving, respectful way--even to the point of moving a trusted household aide and his family many miles to be with them--and of a dedicated health officer working in frequently primitive conditions to further his research and to treat his patients. 418pp.

$7.00

BACK TO THE LONG GRASS: MY LINK WITH LIVINGSTONE

By Crawford, Dan

New York: George H. Doran Co, 1920. HC. very good+ w/good+ dustjacket (hardcover). B&W illustrations. The author has based his book on David Livingstone's last pioneer journey: mile by mile he takes us southward through a still untouched Dark Continent and as we travel he pours out for us the great wealth of his African knowledge." 373pp.

$30.00

AN AMERICAN ARTIST IN AFRICA, 1937: SKETCH BOOK AND DIARY

By Norstrom, Wanda (designed and edited by Georgiana Peacher)

South Portland, ME: Pearl Shedding Press, 1991. PB. very good+, wraps (softcover). B&W illustrations. ISBN 0963035703 The contents of this book were taken from Wanda's diary, letters, and sketches in graphite, ink, and water color. 112pp.

$25.00

AFRICAN GAMBLE

By Hubbard, Margaret Carson

New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1937. HC. good+, orange cloth (hardcover). B&W illustrations. 279pp.

$7.50

ALONG THE AFRIC SHORE: AN HISTORIC REVIEW OF TWO CENTURIES OF U.S.-AFRICAN RELATIONS

By Howe, Russell Warren

London: New African Library, 1975. HC. very good w/very good dustjacket (hardcover). B&W illustrations. Traces the US political role for two hundred years on the Barbary Coast, in West Africa, at the Cape, in Ethiopia, on Madagascar and Zanzibar. 197pp.

$8.00

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING BLACK: AN ASIAN LOOKS AT AFRICA

By Moraes, Frank

New York: The Macmillan Company, 1965. HC. good w/chipped dustjacket (hardcover). B&W ill., map. The author, a veteran Indian journalist, reports on the Africa with which West and East must learn to live. This is the Africa of the underdeveloped nations, of lingering tribalism, and of the "one-party, one-man" governments that defy our traditional concept of democracy. 436pp.

$6.00

AFRICA IN PERSPECTIVE - Hayden Series in Social Studies

By Singleton, F. Seth and Shingler, John

New York: Hayden Book Company, 1967. HC. good+, pictorial boards (hardcover). B&W illustrations. 310pp.

$5.00

THE SONJO OF TANGANYIKA: AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL STUDY OF AN IRRIGATION-BASED SOCIETY

By Gray, Robert F.

London: Oxford University Press, 1963. HC. good w/good dustjacket (hardcover) some pencil marks. B&W illustrations. The first monograph concerning an African people in which an irrigation-based society has been studied in detail and its implications explored. 182pp.

$10.00

A SHORT HISTORY OF SOUTH AFRICA

By Marquard, Leo

New York: Praeger Publishers, 1970. HC. very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover). 8 B&W plates, 8 maps. The author traces the story of the various peoples that have contributed to the making of modern South Africa. He lays the goundwork for his study with an account of the native cultures of South Africa and discusses economic and political developments in Europe that fed the drive for trading posts, and eventually for colonies, along the trade routes to the East. He also stresses the importance of colonialism in shaping the character of South Africa's social, political, and economic life. 272pp.

$5.00

AFRICA: PROGRESS THROUGH COOPERATION

By Karefa-Smart, John (editor)

New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1966. HC. very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover). Studies of the racial and economic problems of Africa and of the rapid changes taking place are made by leading authorities in the affairs of that continent. These subjects were explored at an African Conference on Progress through Cooperation held in 1965 at Makerere University College in Kampala, Uganda, under the auspices of the Council on World Tensions. 288pp.

$7.50

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