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Title Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society of London, Volume IV, Session 1859-1860
Author(s) Shaw, Dr Norton
Section Section V: Race, Class, Imperialism and Colonialism, 1607-2007
Date 1860
Document Type Printed Book, Journal
Place of Publication London
Publisher Royal Geographical Society
Library British Library
Reference 6797.100000 DSC
Region North America
Names Norton Shaw, Captain F.L .McClintock (pp2-13), Sir John Franklin (pp2-13), Francis Galton (pp14-19), Dr David Livingstone (pp19-29, 43, 87, 250), J. Petherick (pp39-44, 223), James Speke (pp41-42, 90, 175-179, 223, 250), Richard Burton (pp175-179, 223, 250), George Symour, Levin Ash (pp184-186),
Places Canada (pp2-13, 33-37), British Columbia (pp33-37), United States of America, USA, Rocky Mountains (pp73-76), Central Africa (pp19-29, 39), West Africa (pp43, 218), Gold Coast, Sierra Leone (p43), East Africa (pp87-90), Asia, China (pp58-62, 191), Japan (pp62, 154, 193, 204), South Africa (pp63-72), Australasia, Australia (pp77-86, 93-97)
Topics exploration, Royal Geographical Society of London, contents, index (pp257-272), "Discoveries of the Late Expedition in Search of Sir John Franklin and his Party" (pp2-13), "Latest Accounts from Dr Livingstone of the Central African Expedition" (pp19-29), "Journey up the White Nile to the Equator and Travels in the Interior of Africa, in the Years 1857-1858" (pp39-44), slavery, slave trade (p44), "South Australia, Exploring Expedition to the Interior of the Continent" (pp77-79, 93), "Dr Livingston on Lakes Nyinyesi or Nyassa and Shirwa, in Eastern Africa" (pp87-90), North Atlantic telegraph (pp101-108)