2 edition of Barotseland journal of James Stevenson-Hamilton,1898-1899 found in the catalog.
Barotseland journal of James Stevenson-Hamilton,1898-1899
by Chatto & Windus
Written in English
|Statement||edited by J.P.R. Wallis.|
|Series||Central African archives. Oppenheimer series;no.7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||246|
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Each issue of African Affairs contains a substantial section of book reviews, with occasional review articles. There is also an invaluable list of recently published books, and a listing of articles on Africa that have appeared in non-Africanist journals. The Barotseland Journal of James Stevenson-Hamiltion. by James Stevenson. A new publication of the RSC by member Ian Menzies (who resides in Geneva and farms cattle in Zimbabwe). This is a much smaller publication than recent Memoirs; it is about a rather intimate encounter with one of those brave women who journeyed to Central Africa as missionaries in the middle of the 20th Century and is entitled: Conversations with Swiss Missionaries in Barotseland
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The Barotseland Journal of James Stevenson-Hamilton, () Stevenson-Hamilton is commemorated in the scientific name of a species of African gecko, Lygodactylus : 2 OctoberDublin, Ireland.
Stevenson-Hamilton, James, Barotseland journal of James Stevenson-Hamilton, London, Chatto & Windus, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: James Stevenson-Hamilton; J P R Wallis.
The Barotseland Journal of James Stevenson-Hamilton edited by JPR Wallis is a thrilling account of an attempt to establish the navigability of the Zambezi river and the boundaries of Barotseland. With 10 colour illustrations and a fold out map.
A journal by James Stevenson-Hamilton of the navigability of the Zambesi river. The diary gives a detailed picture of the Barotse. Stevenson-Hamilton became warden of the Sabie game reserve, now the famous Kruger National Park.
Contains 5 colour illustrations, half-tone frontispiece portrait of the author and a map of Northern Rhodesia. REVIEWS OF BOOKS REVIEWS OF BOOKS Book reviewed in this article: MISSIONARY AND AMBASSADOR IN CHINA: Fifty Years in China: The Memoirs of John Leighton Stuart, Missionary and Ambassador.
AN EXPLORER IN BAROTSELAND: The Barotseland Journal of James Stevenson‐Hamilton, – Edited by J. MISSIONS AND GOVERNMENTS IN. Our library also offers books on Barotseland that include: • Elites of Barotseland a political history of Zambia as Western Province Level 3 ( SHAR) • Trade and travel in early Barotseland (SBV3 TABL) • Barotseland journal of James Stevenson -Hamilton (SBV3 OPPE STEV) Ancient skull of Homorhodesiens.
The Barotseland Journal of James Stevenson-Hamilton (Chatto and Windus, London, ). Watt, N. () ‘ Lewanika’s visit to Edinburgh’, Northern Rhodesia Journal, 2, 1, Waugh, H.C.
() ‘First visit of a governor to Lealui, Barotseland’, Northern Rhodesia Journal, 5, 3, The Barotseland Journal of James Stevenson-Hamilton edited by JPR Wallis is a thrilling account of an attempt to establish the navigability of the Zambezi river and the boundaries of Barotseland.
With 10 colour illustrations and a fold out map. ZAR African Angler's Argosy. 5) The Barotseland Journal of James Stevenson-Hamilton 6) The Southern African Diaries of Thomas Leask All six of these volumes have their original dust jackets and are bound in the original red buckram book cloth covered boards with gilt titling on the spines and the badge device on their upper boards.
Portuguese West Africa are also included in the book. Our library also has books on Barotseland that include: • Elites of Barotseland a political history of Zambia as Western Province Level 3 ( SHAR) • Trade and travel in early Barotseland (SBV3 TABL) • Barotseland journal of James Stevenson -Hamilton The journal he kept during the exploration was later edited by J.P.R.
Wallis and published as The Barotseland journal of James Stevenson-Hamilton, (London, ). The Barotseland Journal of James Stevenson Hamilton, – London: Chatto and Windus, Central African Archives, the Oppenheim Series. Recommend this journal.
Flint, E. () ‘Trade and politics in Barotseland during the Kololo period’, Journal of African History, 11, 1, Mackenzie, J. () Ten Years North of the Orange River: A Story of Everyday Life and Work among the South African Tribes fromEdmonton and Douglas, Edinburgh, Slaves, Commoners and Landlords in Bulozi, c.
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Between andgovernment archivists in Southern Rhodesia (Zimbabwe) collaborated with the publisher Chatto & Windus to produce a series of nine books. The collection was known as the ‘Oppenheimer Series’. The volumes were published by the Central African Archives and offered in print, for the first time, the primary sources—diaries, correspondence, notes and maps—that.
Book Condition: Very Good. Jacket Condition: No Jacket. Type: Hardcover The Zambezi Journal of James Stewart - with a selection from his Correspondence; The Barotseland Journal of James Stevenson-Hamilton ; The Southern African Diaries of Thomas Leask ; The Zambezi Expedition of David Livingstone More Crazy Wednesday Snap Friday All Crazy Auctions Book Flights Book Holidays.
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The Barotseland Journal of James Stevenson-Hamilton Wallis, J.P.R. (ed); James Stevenson-Hamilton Published by Chatto & Windus Limited, London ().
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The Barotseland Journal of James Stevenson-Hamilton R Ends 30 Aug Waveren. WILD LIFE IN SOUTH AFRICA BY J. STEVENSON.The Barotseland Journal of James Stevenson-Hamilton, () Stevenson-Hamilton is commemorated in the scientific name of a species of African gecko, Lygodactylus stevensoni.Hardcover.
Condition: Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. 13 books (complete). Series of early colonial books of Rhodesian history. Of varying conditions. All are gilded along the top trims.
One: An aging, much owned, carelessly stored copy. The red boards are much marked, stained, worn all about from storage and shelving. They are steady and sound.