How I Found Livingstone
by Sir Henry Morton Stanley
Publisher: eBooks@Adelaide 2004
In the 1860's, David Livingstone, the most famous explorer of his time, went missing along the Zambesi River in Central Africa. The New York Herald newspaper dispatched its reporter Henry Stanley to find him. This is Stanley's own account of the expedition to find the lost explorer, culminating in the declaration, "Livingstone, I presume?"
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