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BAKER, FLORENCE BARBARA MARIA / BAKER, ANNE: - Morning Star. Florence Baker's Diary of the Expedition to put Down the Slave Trade on the Nile 1870-73. London, William Kimber, 1972.

. Pp. 240. With one map and 17 halftones. Publisher's blue cloth in pictorial dustjacket. Florence Baker was married to Samuel Baker, one of Britain's foremost African explorers. Florence, an Hungarian with a childhood wrapped in mystery, first met Samuel when he was on a hunting trip in Hungary with the Makarajah Duleep Singh in 1858-59. This account, for the first time ever published, describes an expedition into the region of the Upper Nile in 1870. Robinson p.3.
EUR 160.00 [Appr.: US$ 190.23 | £UK 139.25 | JP¥ 20841] Booknumber: 34007

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