Reality Versus Romance in South Central Africa: Being an Account of a Journey Across the Continent from Benguella on the West Through Bihe, Ganguella ... African Studies. Missionary Researches and T)
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This is an account of a journey across the continent from Beguella on the West through Bihe, Ganguella on the West Barotze, the Kalahari Desert, Mashonaland, Manica, Garongoza, Nyasa, the Shire Highlands, to the Mouth of the Zambesi on the East Coast.
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