Sources for African history. 1570-8721 ; v. 5.
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Vol. 1. I. Journey to Monrovia II. Monrovia III. General character of the land IV. Voyage to Muhlenburg Mission and stay with Mr. Day V. Plant life VI. Journey to Bavia and stay there VII. On reconnaissance. Relocation of our station. Soforeh place VIII. A raid for victuals towards the west. Journey to Monrovia. Hunting forays IX. Further adventures. Withdrawal to Monrovia X. Stay in the district of Grand Cape Mount until Sala's death XI. A hunting trip into the interior XII. Further adventures. Return to Europe XIII. Second journey to Liberia and visit to Grand cape Mount XIV. Journey to Schieffelinsville, our station at the Junk River, and first stay there XV. Sojourn at the Du Queah River XVI. Journey to Monrovia and to the falls of the Du Queah XVII. Further experiences XVIII. To the ports of eastern Liberia. Return to Europe Vol. 2. The Liberians I. The founding and development of the Free State until its declaration of independence (1816-1847) II. The Free State of Liberia from its independence until present III. The public economy and mercantile conditions IV. Products of the land and their exploitation, agriculture and agricultural economy V. The life of the Liberians. Social conditions. The natives VI. Political and social conditions VII. Anthropological aspects. Clothing and jewellery. Dwellings VIII. Negro languages IX. Diet, occupations and character of the natives X. Everyday life, ways and customs. Islam and Christianity The animal world XI. Mammals XII. Birds XIII. Reptiles and amphibians. Fish. Invertebrate Appendices: Zoological publications on our collections from Liberia (notes from the Leyden Museum) List of the Liberian animals specimens elaborated to date.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.