On the Trail of Livingstone by Anderson, W H

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David Livingstone, physician, missionary, explorer, geographer, and lover of humanity  will forever be associated with the southern part of the "the Dark Continent." Livingstone opened the continent to the missionaries, many of whom followed. This book tells of the labors, the trials, the hardships, the blessings, the successes, of some who under God have followed "the trail of Livingstone." It is a story of interest from the beginning to the end.

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One hundred and six years ago a child was born whose name will forever be associated with the southern part of the "the Dark Continent." That child became David Livingstone, physician, missionary, explorer, geographer, and lover of humanity. The greater part of his life—from 1840 to 1873—was spent in the heart of Africa. Here he discovered the Zambezi and Kongo rivers, Lake Tanganyika, the great Victoria Falls, and other notable objects now well known.

After devotedly enduring great hardships, he died on his knees in prayer at Ilala. His devoted converts removed his heart, buried it under the moula tree by the hut where he died, and through great perils and hardships, carried his body to the coast, whence it was shipped to England and laid among England's mighty dead in Westminster Abbey.

Livingstone opened the continent to the missionaries, many of whom followed. This little book by Mr. Anderson tells the reader of the labors, the trials, the hardships, the blessings, the successes, of some who under God have followed "the trail of Livingstone." It is a story of interest from the beginning to the end.

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Author Anderson, W H
Publisher Pacific Press Publishing Association
Pages 351
Edition 1st
Binding Hard Back
Condition C
Dustjacket No
Table of Contents

I The Voyage Out
II Eight Hundred Miles on the Cape to Cairo Railway
III Six Hundred Miles Beyond the Railway By Ox Wagon
IV First Seventh-Day Adventist Mission Station Among the Heathen
V The Matabele War
VI Return to the Mission Station
VII The Shadow of Death
VIII New Recruits and Extension
IX The Matabeleland (Solusi) Mission at the Present Time
X Over the Zambezi
XI Among the Batongas
XII The Captive's Return
XIII Native Customs
XIV Animal Stories
XV The Native
XVI The Call to the Mission Field
XVII The Cost
XVIII The Outlook
XIX The Response

Copyright 1919
Year Printed 1919

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