3 edition of Stories Of The Gorilla Country found in the catalog.
July 25, 2007 by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English
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We were, at last, near the Fan country. We had passed the last Mbichos village, and were on our way to the villages of the man-eaters. I remember well the first Fan village I approached. It stood on the summit of a high hill in the ://?c=read&. Stories of the Gorilla Country - Paul du Chaillu Preliminary Chapter.
P AUL DU C HAILLU. I had passed several years on the African Coast before I began the explorations recorded in my first book. In those years I hunted, traded with the natives, and made collections in natural ://?c=read&author=chaillu&book=gorilla&readAll=true.
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Then we prepared once more to set out on our chase, this time hopeful to get a ://?c=read&author=chaillu&book=gorilla&story.
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NY: Harper & Brothers, Hardcover. pp, ill. This edition published for teenagers. Stories of the author's explorations and hunting, adventures with wild animals and two legged ones as well.
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