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A map showing the routes of some native caravans from the coast into the interior of Eastern Africa from information collected by the Revd. T. Wakefield, missionary at Mombása; also of two personal jouneys to the southern Galla country made by the Revds. T. Wakefield & C. New in 1865 and 1866-7
- Wakefield, Thomas, 1836-1901
- London : published for the Journal of the Royal Geographical Society, by J. Murray, Albemarle Street, 1870.
Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Caravan routes, Mr. Wakefield's route in 1865, and Messrs. Wakefield & New's route in 1866-7 are shown. "The names of Positions astronomically determined by, or from the information of scientific travellers (Burton, Speke & Decken) are engraved in a thick lettering; Positions inserted from the reports of Sadi Ben Ahedi and the missionaries (Erhardt, Rebmann, Krapf, Wakefield &c.) are shown in a thinner character; Reported districts of more doubtful position, in the lightest lettering." From: The Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London. Vol. 40 (1870), pp. 303-39; held in Firestone Library. Call number: G7 .J687 v. 40 1870.
- Africa, Eastern
- Caravans—Africa, Eastern, Africa, Eastern—Description and travel—Maps, Ethnology—Africa, Eastern, Indigenous peoples—Africa, Eastern, Africa, Eastern—Maps, Kenya—Maps, Tanzania—Maps, Physical maps, and Thematic maps
- Call number:
- G8401.E1 1870 .R6
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