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Pictures of ‘Africa’ (exact matches)

Letter providing for the safe conduct of a caravan
Letter providing for the safe conduct of a caravan
H M Stanley, the African Explorer
H M Stanley, the African Explorer
French Sudan
French Sudan
Bretonnet, 19th Century French soldier and explorer
Bretonnet, 19th Century French soldier and explorer
Missionary tending to lepers
Missionary tending to lepers
Dr Livingstone in Africa
Dr Livingstone in Africa
Battle with a Crocodile
Battle with a Crocodile
Battle of Adwa, First Italo-Ethiopian War, 1896
Battle of Adwa, First Italo-Ethiopian War, 1896
Mr Lloyd's Adventures in Darkest Africa, a Spin round a Cannibal Village
Mr Lloyd's Adventures in Darkest Africa, a Spin round a Cannibal Village
Men For Sale
Men For Sale
Lieutenant Loury, French soldier and explorer
Lieutenant Loury, French soldier and explorer
Henry Morton Stanley, Welsh-born American journalist and explorer
Henry Morton Stanley, Welsh-born American journalist and explorer
African superstitions illustrated
African superstitions illustrated
The great African desert, caravan of camels, horses and asses, overtaken by the Simoom, frightened gazelles
The great African desert, caravan of camels, horses and asses, overtaken by the Simoom, frightened gazelles
A reception at the Summer Palace, Algiers
A reception at the Summer Palace, Algiers
Adjutant Prat, French soldier and explorer
Adjutant Prat, French soldier and explorer
Elephant Bird of Madagascar
Elephant Bird of Madagascar
Band of Captives driven into slavery
Band of Captives driven into slavery
Work on the Panama Canal was brought to a halt by yellow fever
Work on the Panama Canal was brought to a halt by yellow fever
Charles Menard, French soldier killed at Seguela, French Sudan, on 4 February 1892
Charles Menard, French soldier killed at Seguela, French Sudan, on 4 February 1892