2 edition of Kapitene of the Congo steamship Lapsley found in the catalog.
Kapitene of the Congo steamship Lapsley
Arch C. McKinnon
|Other titles||Treasure of darkness.|
|Statement||[by Arch C. McKinnon] Treasures of darkness [by Fannie W. McKinnon.|
|Contributions||McKinnon, Fannie W.|
|LC Classifications||BV3625.C63 M33|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||295|
|LC Control Number||68021460|
He made several more African expeditions, most notably a thousand-day trek across the continent, from to , which, for the first time, determined the course of the Congo . Althea Maria Brown Edmiston (–) was an African-American missionary who spent more than 30 years serving a Presbyterian mission in the Belgian Congo in Africa in the early part of the twentieth century. Born in Alabama and raised in Mississippi, Brown returned to America several times to give lectures on her work.
Additional title: A map of the Congo regions published at Amsterdam in in the Atlas of Guillaume de L'isle [publishers, Jan Covens and Corneille Mortier], this map represents the utmost information ever given to the world by Portuguese, Italian, French, and Flemish explorers [mainly missionaries] down to the middle of the eighteenth g: Lapsley. From the Congo to the Niger and the Nile; an account of the German Central African expedition of by Adolf Friedrich, Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, ; Deutsche Zentralafrika-Expedition ()Pages:
List of shipwrecks: Unknown date February Ship Country Description Naronic United Kingdom The White Star Line steamship was lost in the Atlantic Ocean after leaving Liverpool on 11 February bound for New York, possibly on 19 February, with the loss of all 74 people on board. The ship's fate remains a mystery. Ripple United States The fishing schooner wrecked . Expedition Diaries by James Chapin. Early publications by James Chapin. Biographies. James P. Chapin. Herbert Lang Anthropology. Introduction to Anthropology. Early Ethnography in Northeastern Congo and the Making of the Mangbetu Myth. The Mangbetu Art of Daily LifeMissing: steamship Lapsley.
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Full text of "Life and Letters of Samuel Norvell Lapsley: Missionary to the Congo Valley, West Africa, " See other formatsMissing: steamship. The tragic sinking of the SS Portland, a steamship that became a watery grave off Cape Cod for nearly passengers and crew members years ago, Missing: Lapsley.
of London, then Liverpool Macgregor Laird founded the African Steamship Co after obtaining a mail contract from the British Government. The company was incorporated by Royal Charter. The fleet consisted of five vessels with sail and steam propulsion, ranging from tons to 1, tons deadweight.
The late nineteenth century saw practically the entire continent of Africa carved up and partitioned between a handful of European colonial powers. British and Belgian companies greedily eyed the mineral riches of the Katanga region of central Africa.
In a group of mercenaries led by a British army officer, William Stairs, marched nearly 1, miles, through once-fertile lands Missing: Lapsley. Books for Young Readers Begin with a multimedia introduction to the expedition for a quick overview, with translations in French and Spanish languages.
Historical reading about the Lang-Chapin Congo Expedition, Herbert Lang's Field Photographs, and Missing: Lapsley. Belgium and the Congo, While the impact of a colonising metropole on subjected territories has been widely scrutinized, the effect of empire on the colonising country has long been neglected.
Recently, many studies have examined the repercussions of their respective empires on colonial powers such as the United Kingdom and France/5(5). By this time William Sheppard, who has been called the “Black Livingstone,” was on his way to the Congo on the steamship Adriatic as a Presbyterian missionary.
Sheppard was sailing with white missionary Sam Lapsley. Febru. ‘Ghostlike’ Seafarers and Sailing Ship Nostalgia: The Figure of the Steamship Lascar in the British Imagination c Jonathan Hyslop In Joseph Conrad, by now critically acclaimed as one of England’s leading novelists, wrote this about his days at sea: Of non-European crews, lascars and Kalashes, I have had very little experience.
Steamship boilers often exploded, fatally scalding passengers and crew, and furnishing maritime history with countless disaster stories.
The sinking of the steamship Pulaski off the coast of North Carolina on Wednesday and Thursday, June 14,marked one of the first explosions of a coastal steamship, but with a romantic twist if a Missing: Lapsley.
Life and Letters of Samuel Norvell Lapsley, Missionary to the Congo Valley, West Africa, (Richmond, VA: Whittet and Shepperson, ), by Samuel N. Lapsley, ed. by R. Lapsley and James W. Lapsley. When Lapsley and Sheppard arrived in Central Africa there were over seventy na tive dialects spoken in the Belgian Congo.
Two important dialects spoken in western areas were Lingala, the trade language of the western Congo, and Kikongo, the main cultural language of the lower river and coastal area. In the interior, the American Presbyterian Congo Mission.
Diary of the War No This month’s First World war wreck was a ship sunk en route to France on 16 September The terms boat train and train ferry are familiar to many: the former a train service timetabled to connect with a scheduled ferry service, the latter a vessel transporting a train across a body of water.
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One Boat-Load from the Ship Still Unheard Of. Islands society, politics, and world view. First, I will introduce the Solomon Islands and briefly outline major events in the war there.
Next, I will examine how the war affected Islanders, both those who were directly involved as soldiers, scouts, and members of the Labour Corps and those left behind in villages.
New Season 5 of Om Nom Stories is here! Join Om Nom in the amazing journey around the world & try to guess the country in this episode! Get the latest Cut the Rope: Magic game for iOS, Android Missing: Lapsley.Strife in the Congo has disrupted navigational and dock labor services at Congo ports, steamship line spokesmen said here yesterday.
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