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Native routes to the Masai country and to the Victoria Nyanza from information obtained by the Venble. J. P. Farler
- Ravenstein, Ernest George, 1834-1913
- London : Edward Stanford, 1882.
- Figures along the routes indicate the distance (in hours) from camp to camp. Includes inset map: New native routes collected by the venble. J. P. Farler and the Rev. Thos. Wakefield and adjusted to the R. Geogr. Society's map of Eastern Equatorial Africa [scale 1:12,000,000]. Shows routes learned by Farler with broken lines and routes learned by Wakefield with solid lines. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. From: Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society and monthly record of geography. Vol. 4 (1882), no. 12, pp. 730-53; held in Firestone Library. Call number: G7 .J6873
- Tanzania, Kenya, and Africa, Eastern
- Africa, East—Description and travel, Trails—Africa, East, Maasai (African people)., Tanzania—Maps, Kenya—Maps, and Africa, East—Maps
- Call number:
- G8441.P25 1882 .R6
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