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 Travels into the inland parts of Africa
(1,599 words)


Francis Moore

Date: 1738

Original Language: English


Travels into the inland parts of Africa is an 18th-century travelogue collection. The main part of the book (some 234 pages) consists of a text written by Francis Moore, who worked for the Royal African Company along the Gambia River between 1730 and 1735. Also included are an account of the voyage of Captain Bartholomew Stibbs to the Gambia in 1723 (70 pages) and translations…

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Frederiks, Martha, “ Travels into the inland parts of Africa”, in: Christian-Muslim Relations 1500 - 1900, General Editor David Thomas. Consulted online on 17 January 2020 <>

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