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Elephant-Hunting in East Equatorial Africa

by Neumann, Arthur H

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Bulawayo: Books of Zimbabwe, 1982. 455pp, 64 illustrations, fold-out map. Fine in Fine dust-jacket, Facsimile reprint of the 1898 Rowland Ward edition, with a new introduction by Prof. James Casada. 'Being an account of three years' ivory-hunting under Mount Kenia and among the Ndorobo savages of the Lorogi mountains, including a trip to the north end of Lake Rudolph'. One of the greatest classics of African (and British East African) big game hunting. New. O33.


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