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Title Journal of the Discovery of the Source of the Nile
Author(s) Hanning Speke, John
Section Section V: Race, Class, Imperialism and Colonialism, 1607-2007
Date 1863
Document Type Printed Book
Place of Publication Edinburgh and London
Publisher William Blackwood & Sons
Library British Library
Reference 2358.e.15
Region Africa
Names John Hanning Speke, James Grant, John Petherick (pp4, 242, 374, 578, 606)
Places Uganda, South Africa, Cape of Good Hope (p5)
Topics exploration, travel writing, Royal Geographical Society, indigenous peoples, contents, list of illustrations (pxix-xi), geography (ppxiv-xv), climate (pxvi), natural history (ppxvi-xvii, xxiv, 48, 199), marriage, polygamy (ppxviii-xix), treatment of twins (pxix), race (ppxx-xxii), slavery (ppxxiii, xxv-xxxi), slave trade (pp7-8, 103), trade, ivory (pp4, 38, 102), map of River Cali (pp12-13), "London to Zanzibar" (pp1-15), Zulu (pp5-6), "Uzaramo" (pp16-37), "Usagara" (pp33-54), "Ugogo ,and the Wilderness of Mgunda Mkhali" (pp55-83), hunting (pp59-62, 199, 229, 235, 335-337, 341, 461), crime and punishment (pp74-75, 81, 107), "Unyamuezi" (pp84-123), "Uzinza" (pp124-173), health and disease (pp144-146, 301), "Usul" (pp174-194), "Karague" (pp195-245), "wife-fattening" (pp209, 231), burial customs (p221), "History of the Wahuma" (pp246-260), "Karugue and Uganda" (pp261-285), "Palace, Uganda" (pp285-452), marriage (p361), "March Down the Northern Slopes of Africa" (pp453-474), "Bahr el Abiad" (pp475-497), "Unyour" (pp498-558), treatment of twins, infanticide (pp541-542), "The March to Madi" (pp559-577), "Madi" (pp578-608), "Conclusion" (pp609-612), "Appendix" (pp613), expenses, list of men engaged at Zanzibar, including pay and reason for leaving party (pp614-615), list of men engaged in the Interior (p616), supplies (pp617-618), hunting, list of game bagged (p618), natural history, list and notes of plants collected by Captain Grant between Zanzibar and Cairo (pp625-658), map of Equatorial Africa (p659)