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Kilimanjaro One Man S Quest To Go Over The Hill

Author : M.G. Edwards
ISBN : 9781937534028
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Author : John Reader
ISBN : UVA:X000544033
Genre : Kilimanjaro Region (Tanzania)
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Describes the history of the explorations of Mount Kilimanjaro and discusses the mountain's volcanic crater, glaciers, and wildlife


Author : Audrey Salkeld
ISBN : STANFORD:36105111791179
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Offers a portrait of the African mountain, its history, and the cultures and wildlife that surround it, from the earliest hunter-gatherers to World War I battles and the efforts for independence in the mid-twentieth century.

The Conservation Of Mount Kilimanjaro

Author : William Dubois Newmark
ISBN : 2831700701
Genre : Conservation of natural resources
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The Snows Of Kilimanjaro And Other Stories

Author : Ernest Hemingway
ISBN : 9780684804446
Genre : Fiction
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Contains ten of Hemingway's classic stories including "The snows of Kilimanjaro," "A day's wait," "Fathers and sons," "The killers," and "The short happy life of Francis Macomber"

Habitats Of The World Kilimanjaro Muir

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ISBN : 076147529X
Genre : Ecology
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Kilimanjaro East Africa

Author : Cameron M. Burns
ISBN : 0898866049
Genre : Travel
File Size : 30. 98 MB
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For trekkers or climbers hoping to reach the top of Kilimanjaro-one of the coveted Seven Summits-or challenge themselves on the remote spires of Mount Kenya, or explore East Africa's lesser-visited areas such as Mount Meru and the Rwenzoris of Uganda, this completely revised guide is ideal. It contains more than 50 routes, including summit walk-ups and serious technical climbs. Author Cameron Burns includes everything you need to know to plan a safe and successful visit to the region, including up-to-date trip planning information and prices, tips on transportation and places to stay, as well as the scoop on hiring outfitters and obtaining permits and visas.

Mighty Mount Kilimanjaro

Author : Geronimo Stilton
ISBN : 9780545103718
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Bruce Hyena convinces Geronimo to join him in climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, a task for which the mouse journalist is completely unprepared.

Northern Tanzania With Kilimanjaro And Zanzibar

Author : Philip Briggs
ISBN : 1841621463
Genre : Travel
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This tightly focused guide reflects the area that is most popularly toured by first-time visitors to Tanzania. Featuring all the relevant detail of Philip Briggs' full Bradt guide to Tanzania, it also incorporates expanded coverage of the wildlife and natural history of the region plus extra environmental information, making it the indispensable companion to a safari in northern Tanzania's renowned national parks. Features include: >Choosing a safari--the hows, whys, and wheres of northern Tanzania >The best accommodations in every price bracket, from luxury lodges to simple hotels >Wildlife and natural history in depth >Health and safety >Swahili--an introduction to the language

Shattered Dreams At Kilimanjaro

Author : Helmut Glenk
ISBN : 9781426954733
Genre : History
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Shattered Dreams at Kilimanjaro covers the period from the establishment of the former colony of German East Africa in the late 19th century until the formation of the independent State of Tanganyika in 1961. The book focuses on a small group of German settlers who ventured into a new world - German East Africa - to establish farms and businesses in the Mt Kilimanjaro region. This venture was ultimately not successful due, in part, to the tropical diseases contracted by some of the settlers, whilst others were disillusioned with the poor economic returns. The main reason for its failure, however, was the outbreak of World War I and the devastating effects this had on the settlers, culminating in dispossession and deportation. Before the war the settlers had achieved a great deal by clearing virgin land and cultivating it with coffee and an array of vegetables and fruits. Others had started businesses such as building and flour milling. After World War I the former German colony became the British Mandate Territory of Tanganyika. Some former settlers returned only to lose everything again when World War II broke out and all Germans were interned and their properties confiscated. Many of the settlers were deported to Germany in 1940; others were interned in Africa for the duration of the war before being repatriated to Germany. It is fitting to record the history of these adventurous and hard working people. They overcame severe personal hardships and disappointments and, in the end, earned little reward for their toils. Nevertheless, they left a lasting legacy because agriculture was brought to a region in tropical East Africa from which crops are still grown and food produced. Similarly, their businesses gave rise to ongoing enterprises in that region. The book is illustrated with many historical photographs.

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