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The Nile Tributaries Of Abyssinia, And The Sword Hunters Of The Hamran Arabs
Sir Samuel White Baker
Ethiopia; Nile River
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Sir Samuel Baker (1821-93) was one of the most important British explorers of the nineteenth century. This 1867 journal tells the story of his twelve months' exploration of the Nile, describing in vivid detail his dangerous journeys, hunting adventures and encounters with the African natives.About the Author:
Samuel White Baker (1821-93) was a British traveler and explorer, author of such other books as Eight Years Wandering in Ceylon, and Wild Beasts and their Ways.
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