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by Anne Hugon

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Author:
Anne Hugon
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978-0810928107
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0810928108
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Harry N. Abrams (March 15, 1993)
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Anne Hugon (born 1965) is a French historian specialising in the history of African exploration. Anne Hugon has worked for several years on the history of European exploration of Africa.

Anne Hugon (born 1965) is a French historian specialising in the history of African exploration. She taught at the University of Lyon II and wrote a thesis on missionaries in Africa in the early 1990s. She is currently a maître de conférences at the Pantheon-Sorbonne University where she is teaching 19th–20th century African history.

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An illustrated look at the exploration of the African continent describes the adventures and tragedies of the men and women who traveled to the sources of the Nile. Exploration of Africa : From Cairo to the Cape.

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Anne Hugon has worked for several years on the history of European exploration of Africa. ditions Gallimard, 1991.

Anne Hugon has worked for several years on the history of European exploration of Africa She is currently a maître de conférences at the Pantheon-Sorbonne University where she is teaching 19th–20th century African history.

The Exploration of Africa: From Cairo to the Cape by Anne Hugon, p. 128 & p. 172, Abrams Discoveries series. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1993. Français : La délimitation des nouvelles frontières franco-allemandes au Congo vue par supplément illustré du Le Petit Journal, novembre 1913 : Les commissaires français et allemands opérant dans les forêts marécageuses de la vallée de la Lobaye. Présenté sur la couverture de L’Afrique des explorateurs : Vers les sources du Nil, Anne Hugon, collection Découvertes Gallimard, Histoire (n° 117).

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Here are my greatest hits; each book enriched our visit to the country traveled. The Eighth Continent: Life, Death and Discovery in the Lost World of MADAGASCAR by Peter Tyson (2000, William Morrow, 400 p. - as the book jacket says, Part field report, part travelogue, part ecological histor. bout the Lost World.

Exploration of Africa: From Cairo to the Cape (Abrams Discoveries). The Scramble for Africa: White Man's Conquest of the Dark Continent from 1876 to 1912. There is great information on lodges, hotels and campsites. What I really liked about the book is that it gives a lot more information about the above, and about the cultures and people of the regions than do most travel "guides. I also had the opportunity to see the author, Allen Bechky, speak. He is definitely knowledgeable on the subjects.

An illustrated look at the exploration of the African continent describes the adventures and tragedies of the men and women who traveled to the sources of the Nile and tracked the course of the Congo and Zambezi rivers. Original.