Travels into the inland parts of Africa by Moore, Francis

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  • Gambia -- Description and travel.,
  • Gambia River.,
  • Africa, North -- Description and travel.

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StatementBy Mr. Francis Moore.
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Paginationp. 519-532 :
Number of Pages532
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Open LibraryOL16585365M

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Travels into the Inland Parts of Africa: Containing a Description of the Several Nations for the Space of Six Hundred Miles up the River Gambia Description Francis Moore was a clerk, and later a factor, for the Royal African Company.

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Moore was one of the first Englishmen to travel into the interior of Africa, serving in and visiting numerous towns and trading posts along the Gambia River from its mouth to the Guinea Highlands, hundreds of miles inland. Moore’s observations were published as Travels Into the Interior Parts of Africa.

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