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Book chapterCapstick, Fiona C. (2004)
Mary Hastings Bradley - Gorillas, Game and Glory
In: The Diana Files: The Huntress-Traveller Through History. Johannesburg, South Africa: Rowland Ward Publications. p. 265-275.

BookCapstick, Fiona Claire (2004)
The Diana Files: The Huntress-Traveller through History
Johannesburg, South Africa: Rowland Ward Publications. 363p.

BookWatson, Pamela (Australian) (1999)
Esprit de Battuta: Alone Across Africa on a Bicycle
London: Aurum Press. 342p.

BookAscanio, Jennifer H. (1992)
White Men Don't Have Juju: An American Couple's Adventure through Africa
Chicago: Noble Press. 345p.

BookBertram, C. Kate Ricardo (British); Trant, Janet Owen (British) (1991)
Letters from the Swamps East Africa, 1936-1937
Newtown, Montgomeryshire, Great Britain: Gas Street Print Centre Limited. 128p.

BookHockett, Betty M. (1990)
Keeping Them All in Stitches: The Life Story of Geraldine Custer
Newberg, Oregon: G. Fox Press. 76p.

BookHeinemann, Marie Hariett (American) (1988)
My Africa: Falling in Step
Marion, Indiana: World Gospel Mission. 160p.

BookBrown, Zella M. (1981)
Trail-Blazers in Livingstone Country. The Story of Ronald and Margaret Collett
Winona Lake, Indiana: Light and Life Press. 144p.

BookHamalian, Leo (ed.) (1981)
Ladies on the Loose: Women Travelers of the 18th and 19th Centuries
New York: Dodd, Mead. 256p.

BookWilliamson, Glenn (1972)
Frank and Hazel: The Adamsons of Kibogora
Winona Lake, Minnesota: Light and Life Press. 124p.

Book chapterHancock, W.K. (1942)
A Note on Mary Kingsley
In: Problems of Economic Policy, 1918-1939. Volume 2 Part 2. London: Survey of British Commonwealth Affairs. p. 330-334.

BookFlandrau, Grace C. (American)(1889-1971) (1929)
Then I Saw the Congo
New York: Harcourt Brace. 308p.

BookBradley, Eliza (British)(1783- ) (1820)
An Authentic Narrative of the Shipwreck and Sufferings of Mrs. Eliza Bradley, Wife of Captain James Bradley of Liverpool, Commander of the Ship Sally, Which Was Shipwrecked on the Coast of Barbary in June 1818 [etc]
Boston, MA: J. Wald. 108p.

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