Expedition to Discover the Sources of the White Nile, in the Years 1840, 1841, From the Germ., by C.W. O'reilly (Hardcover)
Expedition to Discover the Sources of the White Nile is a firsthand account of one of the most important expeditions to Africa in the 19th century. Written by Ferdinand Werne, a German naturalist and explorer, this book details the journey of a multinational group of explorers in search of the source of the Nile river. Along the way, the group encountered a range of obstacles, from hostile tribes to treacherous terrain, but ultimately succeeded in reaching their goal. This book is an essential read for anyone interested in African history, exploration, or adventure literature.
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