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Zambezia and Metabeleland in the Seventies. The narrative of Frederick Hugh Barber (1875 and 1877-8) and The journal of Richard Frewen (1877-8)

Frederick Hugh Barber and Richard Frewen edited by Edward C. Tabler

Published by London: Chatto & Windus, for the Rhodes-Livingstone Museum, 1960, London, 1960
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First Edition. from the dustwrapper:" These two journals are complementary and throw much new light on the decade 1871-80 in Southern Rhodesia, a period about which very little has hitherto been published. Frederick Barber was a colonial hunter and the second artist of any competence to paint the Victoria Falls on the spot. Richard Frewen was an aristocratic English traveller and would-be explorer, who stirred up much trouble in Matabeleland and was responsible for worsening British-Matabele relations. Mr. Tabler is a well-known historian of the pre-pioneer period of Southern Rhodesian history, and the author of several books and articles such as The Far Interior, Recollections of Wm. Finaughty." The Robins Series No. 1. Blue cloth with gold lettering on the spine in black. red and white dustwrapper. Frontispiece portrait plus 8 plates and 2 maps one folding, pp. xii, 212 pages, 6.25 X 9.5 inches.Very good book with some spotting to the page edges and occaisonally on the pages in a good dustwrapper with a few edge tears. Bookseller Inventory # 003360

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Title: Zambezia and Metabeleland in the Seventies. ...

Publisher: London: Chatto & Windus, for the Rhodes-Livingstone Museum, 1960, London

Publication Date: 1960

Binding: Hardcover

Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included

Edition: First Edition

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