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Title Africa through Western eyes [microform]. Part 4, Papers of Sir John Kirk (1832-1922) from the National Library of Scotland.
Publication Info Marlborough : Adam Matthew, [2006].


LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 WISE  DT 28 A2  Reels 1-10  UNTIL CLOSING  LIB USE ONLY

Descript 10 microfilm reels.
Note Based on the rich holdings of the National Library of Scotland, this collection is devoted to the papers of Sir John Kirk (1832-1922), explorer, naturalist, diplomat and founder of the East African rubber trade. It offers rich sources for Malawi, Zambia, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Tanzania and Zanzibar. It includes some letters of his wife, Lady Helen Kirk and his surviving expedition notes and photographs as David Livingstone's chief assistant on the Second Zambesi Expedition, 1858-1863. Also included are photographic records and research that formed the basis of his Flora of Tropical Africa (1868-1917). Other letters, notes and photographs in the Kirk collection document his twenty years as British Consul in Zanzibar, his relationship with the Sultan, his work in abolishing the Slave Trade there and his negotiations with the Germans regarding the formation of German East Africa (now Tanzania).
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Subject Kirk, John, Sir, 1832-1922.
Livingstone, David, 1813-1873.
Missionaries -- Africa -- History -- Sources.
Slave-trade -- Africa, East -- Sources.
Africa, Central -- Discovery and exploration -- Sources.
Africa -- History -- Sources.
Africa -- Social life and customs -- Sources.
Alt author Kirk, John, Sir, 1832-1922.
National Library of Scotland.
Adam Matthew Publications.
Descript 10 microfilm reels.
Note Based on the rich holdings of the National Library of Scotland, this collection is devoted to the papers of Sir John Kirk (1832-1922), explorer, naturalist, diplomat and founder of the East African rubber trade. It offers rich sources for Malawi, Zambia, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Tanzania and Zanzibar. It includes some letters of his wife, Lady Helen Kirk and his surviving expedition notes and photographs as David Livingstone's chief assistant on the Second Zambesi Expedition, 1858-1863. Also included are photographic records and research that formed the basis of his Flora of Tropical Africa (1868-1917). Other letters, notes and photographs in the Kirk collection document his twenty years as British Consul in Zanzibar, his relationship with the Sultan, his work in abolishing the Slave Trade there and his negotiations with the Germans regarding the formation of German East Africa (now Tanzania).
Subject Kirk, John, Sir, 1832-1922.
Livingstone, David, 1813-1873.
Missionaries -- Africa -- History -- Sources.
Slave-trade -- Africa, East -- Sources.
Africa, Central -- Discovery and exploration -- Sources.
Africa -- History -- Sources.
Africa -- Social life and customs -- Sources.
Alt author Kirk, John, Sir, 1832-1922.
National Library of Scotland.
Adam Matthew Publications.
LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 WISE  DT 28 A2  Reels 1-10  UNTIL CLOSING  LIB USE ONLY

Subject Kirk, John, Sir, 1832-1922.
Livingstone, David, 1813-1873.
Missionaries -- Africa -- History -- Sources.
Slave-trade -- Africa, East -- Sources.
Africa, Central -- Discovery and exploration -- Sources.
Africa -- History -- Sources.
Africa -- Social life and customs -- Sources.
Descript 10 microfilm reels.
Note Based on the rich holdings of the National Library of Scotland, this collection is devoted to the papers of Sir John Kirk (1832-1922), explorer, naturalist, diplomat and founder of the East African rubber trade. It offers rich sources for Malawi, Zambia, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Tanzania and Zanzibar. It includes some letters of his wife, Lady Helen Kirk and his surviving expedition notes and photographs as David Livingstone's chief assistant on the Second Zambesi Expedition, 1858-1863. Also included are photographic records and research that formed the basis of his Flora of Tropical Africa (1868-1917). Other letters, notes and photographs in the Kirk collection document his twenty years as British Consul in Zanzibar, his relationship with the Sultan, his work in abolishing the Slave Trade there and his negotiations with the Germans regarding the formation of German East Africa (now Tanzania).
Alt author Kirk, John, Sir, 1832-1922.
National Library of Scotland.
Adam Matthew Publications.

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