A Lady's Letters Fron Central Africa

Title A Lady's Letters Fron Central Africa

Published in 1891, "A Lady's Letters From Central Africa" is a collection of letters written by Jane F. Moir during her travels in Central Africa. The letters provide insights into the customs and culture of the local people, as well as the challenges and dangers of living and travelling in the region during the late 19th century.

Author Jane F. Moir
Publisher James Mclehose and Sons Glasgow
Publication Date 1891
Number of Pages 91
Length [mm] 195
Width [mm] 115
Depth [mm] 14
Condition Good

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Reference: RLDLB 196

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