Across Widest Africa: An Account Of The Country And People Of Eastern, Central, And Western Africa As Seen During A Twelve Months' Journey From Djibouti To Cape Verde; Volume II
New York, NY: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1907. First Edition. Green cloth over boards with gilt titling on the spine and cover with gilt borders. 6.5" x 9.5", xii 1 - 511 with 99 B&W photographic illustrations. Gilt top edge with uncut fore and bottom edges. A few thumb prints, otherwise a clean copy. Early wear at head and foot of spine, gilt font and borders have been rubbed from its original luster, spine sun faded, spots on cover. Good +. Item #2811
"Like all people who take constant exercise and who live out in the open air, the Tuareg possessed beautifully white teeth of great strength..." (p 336).
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