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Twenty-Five Years in a Waggon in South Africa Sport and Travel in South Africa

By Andrew A. Anderson
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  • Andrew A. Anderson
  • "Twenty-Five Years in a Waggon in South Africa"
  • "Sport and Travel in South Africa"
    • Preface.
    • Chapter One.
      • In Natal—Preparing for my long-promised explorations into the far interior.
    • In Natal—Preparing for my long-promised explorations into the far interior.
    • Chapter Two.
      • My first start across the Drakensberg Mountains—Visit Harrysmith, Wakkerstroom, Utrich, Newcastle, Home.
    • My first start across the Drakensberg Mountains—Visit Harrysmith, Wakkerstroom, Utrich, Newcastle, Home.
    • Chapter Three.
      • Final departure for the unknown land—The happy hunting-ground.
    • Final departure for the unknown land—The happy hunting-ground.
    • Chapter Four.
      • The native country north of the Vaal river.
    • The native country north of the Vaal river.
    • Chapter Five.
      • On Griqualand West, the Griquas, Korannas, Bushmen, and Diamond-Fields.
    • On Griqualand West, the Griquas, Korannas, Bushmen, and Diamond-Fields.
    • Chapter Six.
      • The Bechuana family—Their division into tribes—Their past and present condition.
    • The Bechuana family—Their division into tribes—Their past and present condition.
    • Chapter Seven.
      • Bechuanaland. The territory of the chief Montsioa, of the Baralongs.
    • Bechuanaland. The territory of the chief Montsioa, of the Baralongs.
    • Chapter Eight.
      • The chief Gaseitaive’s territory of the Bangwaketse family of the Bechuanas.
    • The chief Gaseitaive’s territory of the Bangwaketse family of the Bechuanas.
    • Chapter Nine.
      • The chief Sechele of the Bakwana tribe of the Bechuana family.
    • The chief Sechele of the Bakwana tribe of the Bechuana family.
    • Chapter Ten.
      • The chief Khama’s territory of the Bakalihari tribe of the Bechuana family.
    • The chief Khama’s territory of the Bakalihari tribe of the Bechuana family.
    • Chapter Eleven.
      • The Chief Molemo.
    • The Chief Molemo.
    • Chapter Twelve.
      • The Kalahara Desert. The Northern Division in the Zambese Basin.
      • The Southern and Western Portion of the Kalahara, within the Orange River Basin, the Waters of which fall into the South Atlantic Ocean.
    • The Kalahara Desert. The Northern Division in the Zambese Basin.
    • The Southern and Western Portion of the Kalahara, within the Orange River Basin, the Waters of which fall into the South Atlantic Ocean.
    • Chapter Thirteen.
      • Great Namaqualand.
    • Great Namaqualand.
    • Chapter Fourteen.
      • Damaraland. South Central Africa.
    • Damaraland. South Central Africa.
    • Chapter Fifteen.
      • Ovampoland. South Central Africa.
    • Ovampoland. South Central Africa.
    • Chapter Sixteen.
      • The Transvaal Republic.
    • The Transvaal Republic.
    • Chapter Seventeen.
      • A brief historical sketch of the Transvaal from 1825 to 1877.
    • A brief historical sketch of the Transvaal from 1825 to 1877.
    • Chapter Eighteen.
      • The physical geography of the Transvaal, and other subjects, continued.
    • The physical geography of the Transvaal, and other subjects, continued.
    • Chapter Nineteen.
      • General remarks on the Transvaal.
    • General remarks on the Transvaal.
    • Chapter Twenty.
      • South Central Africa—Its territorial divisions and boundaries. The River System and their Basins.
      • The Zambese System, Covering an Area of 860,000 Square Miles.
      • The Limpopo River Basin, Covering an Area of 620,000 Square Miles.
      • The Orange and Vaal River System, and the Ancient River System of the Kalahara Desert, Covering an Area of 520,000 Square Miles.
    • South Central Africa—Its territorial divisions and boundaries. The River System and their Basins.
    • The Zambese System, Covering an Area of 860,000 Square Miles.
    • The Limpopo River Basin, Covering an Area of 620,000 Square Miles.
    • The Orange and Vaal River System, and the Ancient River System of the Kalahara Desert, Covering an Area of 520,000 Square Miles.
    • Chapter Twenty One.
      • The region north of the Transvaal under Lo-Bengulu, the Matabele king. Its physical geography and notes on my explanations. Within the Limpopo Basin.
    • The region north of the Transvaal under Lo-Bengulu, the Matabele king. Its physical geography and notes on my explanations. Within the Limpopo Basin.
    • Chapter Twenty Two.
      • The physical geography of that part of the Mashona and Matabeleland on the north of the watershed dividing the Zambese and Limpopo basins, under the rule of the Matabele king, with notes on my explorations in the Zambese basin.
    • The physical geography of that part of the Mashona and Matabeleland on the north of the watershed dividing the Zambese and Limpopo basins, under the rule of the Matabele king, with notes on my explorations in the Zambese basin.
    • Chapter Twenty Three.
      • Mashona and Matabeleland continued, with notes on the country and people, which is within the Zambese basin.
    • Mashona and Matabeleland continued, with notes on the country and people, which is within the Zambese basin.
    • Chapter Twenty Four.
      • The physical geographical features of that region, lying between the Matabele and Mashona country, and the Indian Ocean, now under the rule of the chief Umzela and other chiefs.
    • The physical geographical features of that region, lying between the Matabele and Mashona country, and the Indian Ocean, now under the rule of the chief Umzela and other chiefs.
    • Chapter Twenty Five.
      • The Portuguese possessions on the east coast, within South Central Africa.
    • The Portuguese possessions on the east coast, within South Central Africa.
    • Chapter Twenty Six.
      • A cursory glance at those ports of South Africa that occupy the extreme south of the African continent, south of South Central Africa.
    • A cursory glance at those ports of South Africa that occupy the extreme south of the African continent, south of South Central Africa.
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