Trade and Travel in Early Barotseland: The Diaries of George Westbeech, 1885-1888, and Captain Norman McLeod, 1875-1876

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
The Elephant Hunt Frontispiece
Run to a Stand Still
Girls Dancing at Sejoro
Pookoo
Norman Magnus MacLeod facing page 99

By courtesy of Dame Flora MacLeod

William Frederic Fairlie99

By courtesy of Mrs. C. M. Forwood

Our Waggons20
The Chief, Bamangwato20
Women at Bamangwato21
Stalking a Wildebeest21
G. Dorehill Camel Hunting36
The Big Drummer and Dancers36
Sipopa's Band37
Travelling on the Zambesi37
Linyanti or Tchobe52
Sea Cow on the River Chobe52
Sipopa, King of the Barotse Nation53
Headdresses of a Tribe North of the Zambesi53
Over the Zambesi68
At Sejoro68
Thatching a House69
The King's House69
Houses in Sesheke74
A Doctor74
Doctors75
The King Paddling75
The King's Children78
Women Stamping Corn78

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • List of Illustrations ix
  • Preface xi
  • Introduction 1
  • The Diary Of George Westbeech - 1885-1888 23
  • The Diary Of Captain Norman Macleod - 1875-1876 103
  • Bibliography 113
  • Index 117
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