Sir Harry Johnston & the Scramble for Africa

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INDEX
Abercorn, Duke of, 165, 174, 178, 179, 187, 188n
Abercorn, N. Rhodesia, 175
Aberdare, Lord, 46-7, 85, 99
Accra, 94, 117, 118, 122
Aden, 47, 53-4, 94, 142, 156
African Association, of Liverpool, 109-10, 130
African International Association, see International
African Lakes Co., 140, 143, 149, 157, 169, 178, 203, 205, 207; relations with Nyasa Arabs, 145, 161-5, 215, 261; proposal for Charter, 151; proposed amalgamation with B.S.A. Co., 155, 173-4, 182-8, 198-200; land claims of, 222, 224
Akassa, 25
Alexandra, Queen, 284-5
Algeria, 9, 11, 14, 141-2, 282-4
Ambriz, 31
Ambrizette, 25, 31-2
Anderson, Sir Percy, 17n, 53, 54, 76, 89, 91, 96-9, 101, 103- 104, 105n, 110n, 114, 118, 124, 135, 146, 155-6, 171-2, 177, 194, 224, 225n, 231, 232, 234, 255-6, 264, 272; interest in the Congo, 47-9; delimits spheres in E. Africa, 83-7; first discussions with Rhodes, 152-3; negotiates subsidy for Nyasaland, 184-90; separates Nyasaland and N. Rhodesia, 245-50
Angola, 21, 24, 27-31, 40, 70, 101, 139, 148, 281
Angra Pequena, 70
Ankole, 300, 320-1, 324
Arabs, in East Africa, 52; in Kilimanjaro area, 59-60, 125; L. Nyasa area, 140, 145, 161- 164, 224, 263-8
Arnold, Sir Edwin, 77, 99
Arnot, F. S., 162
Austin Lee, Henry, 47
Bagge, Stephen, 322
Balfour of Burleigh, Lord, 151
Banana, 25, 32, 45
Bangweolo, Lake, 161
Bantu languages, see Johnston
Baptist Missionary Society, 25, 32-5, 94-6
Baring, Sir Evelyn, see Cromer
Baringo, Lake, 295
Barotse, the, 154, 174-5, 237
Barrington, Sir Eric, 185, 186n, 276-7, 328
Barros Gomez, Senhor, 146, 148
Basel Missionary Society, 94-6
Bates, H. W., 54, 58, 61-3
Beaconsfield, Lord, 10, 15, 17, 341
Bechuanaland, 139, 144, 154-5, 173-4, 226, 233
Beecroft, John, 89
Beira, 180, 243
Beit, Sir Alfred, 179
Bemba, the, 261
Beni, 321-3
Benin River, 93
Benue River, 93, 97, 105, 131
Berkeley, E.J.L., 286, 290, 310
Berlin Act, 71, 91, 94, 130, 132, 190, 217
Bismarck, Prince, 71, 86-8
Black Man's Part in the War, The, 352-3
Blantyre, 150, 159, 168-9, 202, 210-13, 231, 253, 262, 266, 270
Bleek, W., 22, 286, 337
Bolobo, 37, 39
Bombay, 231, 257
Bonny, 25, 90, 100, 114, 119, 120, 121
Boyce, Sorabji, 207, 214, 274

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  • Title Page v
  • Introduction vii
  • Contents xi
  • Plates xiii
  • Drawings in Text *
  • Maps in Text *
  • Chapter 1 Twenty-One Years 1
  • Chapter 2 Angola and the Congo 18
  • Chapter 3 the Mountain with the Unrememberable Name 52
  • Chapter 4 a Resolute but Singularly Lawless Personage 89
  • Chapter 5 Worse on Land Than at Sea 124
  • Chapter 6 a Frightful Menagerie 173
  • Chapter 7 King Johnston Over the Zambezi 197
  • Chapter 8 a Most Valuable Life 245
  • Chapter 9 a Little Disenchanted with Imperialism 272
  • Chapter 10 the God-Given Task of Subduing the Earth 287
  • Chapter 11 Twenty-Six Years 338
  • Location of Manuscript Sources 358
  • Index 359
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