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Travels in Western Africa in 1845 & 1846

Duncan, John

Travels in Western Africa in 1845 & 1846

comprising a journey from Whydah through the kingdom of Dahomey to Adofoodia in the interior.

by Duncan, John

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Published by Cass in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Facsimile reprint of 1847 edition, London, Richard Bentley.

SeriesLibrary of African studies, travels and narratives -- no.9
The Physical Object
Pagination304p.,315p.,ill.,23cm
Number of Pages315
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13845947M

  And although Duncan published his memoirs, Travels in Western Africa in and , he was not a natural writer. Despite an extraordinary tale of endurance and endeavour, his prose had none of the drama and narrative flair of Mungo Park's phenomenally popular Travels into the Interior of Africa, and so Duncan's Travels went out of print. Author of Duncan's Travels, Clifford Castle: A Dramatic After Piece, UFO's (Snapping Turtle Guides: The Unexplained), Ufos (Unexplained), Faa's Modernization Programs: Focusing On Stars, Travels in Western Africa in and , John Duncan, Latin American Paintings and Drawings from the Collection of John and Barbara Duncan.

own right. His travels in western africa in and has also been published in the Cass Library (Travels and Narratives No. 49, , 2 vols.?10 10s). To quote his obituary in the Journal of the R.G.S. 20 () xxxviii-xxxix: 'Mr. Duncan had served in the Life Guards; but . Travel Narratives. Disorienting Encounters: Travels of a Moroccan Scholar in France in , Susan Gilson Miller, (trans. and ed.). An Area of Darkness, by V. S. Naipaul. Drifting Toward the Southeast: The Story of Five Japanese Castaways, by Junya Nagakuni and Junji Kitadai. Travel Writing An Anthology, Elizabeth A. Bohls & Ian Duncan, eds.

Chapters include Disease In West Africa, Trade And Labour In West Africa, Fetish, Ascent Of The Great Peak Of Cameroons, From Esoon To Agonjo, and, The Rapids Of The Ogowé. Free Download (below donate buttons) Last week, aro people downloaded books from my site - 9 people gave donations. These books can take me from 2 to 10 hours to. 9John Duncan, "Notice of a Journey from Whydah on the W. Coast of Africa to Adofoodiah in the Interior," Journal of the Royal Geographical Society, 16 (), (a letter written by Duncan from Cape Coast, 4 October ); idem., Travels in Western Africa, in &


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London, R. Bentley, DTD8 v. Travels in Western Africa in & comprising a journey from Whydah through the Kingdom of Dahomey to Adofoodia in the interior. John Duncan Narrative of an expedition to the Zambesi and its tributaries and of the discovery of the lakes Shirwa and Nyassa – Yoder has used Freeman, Thomas B., Journal of Various Visits to the Kingdoms of Ashanti, Aku and Dahomey in Western Africa (London, ); Freeman, Thomas B., “ Life and Travels on the Gold Coast,” Western Echo, 16 July to 31 December ; Duncan, John, Travels in Western Africa in and (London, ); Forbes, F.E., Dahomey and.

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Funds to assist him were being forwarded by his friends in England, when his health compelled him to return, and he sailed for home in February In he published ‘Travels in Western Africa in andcomprising a Journey from Whydah through the Kingdom of Dahomey to Adofidiah in the Interior,’ 2 vols.

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