Item #012441 Tramps Round the Mountains of the Moon and Through the Back Gate of the Congo State. [Africa Mountaineering]. T. Broadwood Johnson, T. F. Buxton.
Tramps Round the Mountains of the Moon and Through the Back Gate of the Congo State. [Africa Mountaineering]
Tramps Round the Mountains of the Moon and Through the Back Gate of the Congo State. [Africa Mountaineering]
Tramps Round the Mountains of the Moon and Through the Back Gate of the Congo State. [Africa Mountaineering]
Tramps Round the Mountains of the Moon and Through the Back Gate of the Congo State. [Africa Mountaineering]
Tramps Round the Mountains of the Moon and Through the Back Gate of the Congo State. [Africa Mountaineering]
Tramps Round the Mountains of the Moon and Through the Back Gate of the Congo State. [Africa Mountaineering]
Tramps Round the Mountains of the Moon and Through the Back Gate of the Congo State. [Africa Mountaineering]

Tramps Round the Mountains of the Moon and Through the Back Gate of the Congo State. [Africa Mountaineering]

London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1908. First Edition, First Printing. A Very Good Hardcover.

Publisher's pictorial cloth with gilt spine titles and black stamped front title and decoration. Bindings are tight and square with minor opening after the front free end page. Text clean, moderate even toning, some foxing to text block and preliminary pages. Modest shelf handling wear with a sun-faded spine. 8vo; 8 inches tall; v, 350 pages with index. Illustrated with fifty plates, mostly from photographs. Folding and in-text map. 8vo; 8 inches tall; v, 350 pages with index. Illustrated with fifty plates, most from photographs. Folding and in text map. First Edition, First Printing.


Very Good / No Dust Jacket As Issued. Item #012441

A narrative comprising of the author's missionary work and local native leaders joined to an account of hunting in Uganda and the Belgium Congo for elephant, lion, antelopes, and his rambles about the great mountain range of Central Africa.

Background Information:
'Mr. Johnson has had many strange and interesting experiences and he knows how to describe them in plain, vigorous English. At the same time he throws a flood of light on the nature of British rule' .. The Daily Mail.

Johnson was a missionary who worked for 5 years in the kingdom of Toro on the African Equator. He writes with warmth and lucidity of the customs, religious ideas, and projections for the future development of Central Africa. 'The story of these rambles about the great mountain range of Central Africa cannot fail to foster interest in this distant outpost of the Empire' T. Buxton from the introduction.

Ref: The Spectator, Volume 101, p709; Czech; Hathi; Cumulative Book Index, Volume 1909; From the Collection of Quentin Keynes; Gift to his American doctor.

Price: $125.00