THE RECORD OF AN EXPEDITION THROUGH KIKUYU TO GALLA-LAND IN EAST EQUATORIAL AFRICA, WITH AN ACCOUNT OF THE RENDILI AND BURKENEJI TRIBES.
xvi, 368 pages, frontispiece portrait, 15 photographic plates and a folding map. Bound in the original slate blue cloth with gilt figure of a warrior on front cover and gilt titling on spine. Light foxing on the preliminary pages and on the fore edge, a very good copy.
Czech: An annotated Bibliography of African Big Game hunting Books, 1785 to 1950, page 7, ‘The author hunted along the Guaso Nyiro in Kenya, bagging buffalo and rhinoceros. His party attempted to reach the Lorian Swamp, but, having failed, they returned to the Guaso Nyiro where hippopotamus and giraffe were collected. There are numerous additional sporting incidents after rhino, gazelle, and other game, including a successful elephant hunt by a member of the party. After encounters with hostile Kikuyus, the expedition headed into western Kenya where more rhino were taken, as well as kongoni.’
- Binding Condition: Very good
- Overall Condition: Very good
- Size: 8vo. (225 x 150 mm)