Camp and Tramp in African Wilds, A Record of Adventure, Impressions, and Experiences During Many Years Spent Among the Savage Tribes Round Lake Tanganyika and in Central Africa, with a Description of Native Life, Character, and Customs. ETHNOLOGY, E. Torday, Emil.

Camp and Tramp in African Wilds, A Record of Adventure, Impressions, and Experiences During Many Years Spent Among the Savage Tribes Round Lake Tanganyika and in Central Africa, with a Description of Native Life, Character, and Customs

Philadelphia, PA: J.B. Lippincott, 1913.

First American Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 316 pp, with 32 photographic plates and a folding map. Publisher's orange cloth stamped in gilt. Moderate foxing, else clean and sound. Torday describes his extensive travels in the Congo between 1900 and 1907, offering detailed observations on the folklore and customs of the tribes he encountered. "While this is primarily important as an ethnological study...there are incidents of hunting lion, leopard, hippopotamus, and buffalo" (Czech, p. 285).

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