1st Edition

Travels, Researches and Missionary Labours During an Eighteen Years' Residence in Eastern Africa

By Rev. Dr. J. Ludwig Krapf Copyright 1968
    726 Pages
    by Routledge

    724 Pages
    by Routledge

    An important work for the nineteenth century history of East Africa. It contains a new introduction with a biographical sketch of Krapf.

    Introduction. 1. A Concise Account Of Geographical Discovery In Eastern Africa 2. Reasons For Publication—Design And Plan .Part I. Researches And Missionary Labours. Extracts From Journals. Chap. I Autobiographical. A Providential Guidance In The Life Of A Man .Chap. II. To Adowa And Ankober Chap. III. Residence In Shoa. Chap. IV. Shoa And The Shoans. Chap. V. The Unexplored Countries To The South Of Shoa. Chap. VI.Ormania And The Gallas.Chap. Vii.From Ankober To Massowa. Chap. VIII. From Aden To Zanzibar. Chap. IX. Mombaz—Excursions On The Main-Land. Chap. X. Rabbai Mpia—Extracts From Journals. Chap. XII. Extracts From Journals Chap. XIII. Close Of Residence In Eastern Africa:—Return Home. Part II. Travels In Eastern Africa. Kadiaro—Jagga—Usambara—Ukambani. Chap. I. Rebmann's Journey To Kadiaro. Char II.Rebmann's First Journey To Jagga.Chap. III.Rebmann's Second Journey To Jagga.Chap. Iv.Rebmann's Third Journey To Jagga Rabbai— Chap.V. The Author's First Journey To Usambara. Chap. VI. First Journey To Ukambani. Chap. Vii.Second Journey To Ukambani.Chap. VIII.Second Journey To Ukambani Continued.Chap. IX.Second Journey To Usambara Part III.Geography, Topography, And History.The South Suahili Coast.Chap. I.Voyage From Mombaz To Cape Delgado. Chap. II.From Jerusalem To Gondar.


    Rev. Dr. J. Ludwig Krapf