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By 1867 it seemed that David Livingstone had all but gone. For a few years since his parting ten years prior to that, the letters were sent to England, accounting of his advancement between central Africa. The world had learned of his individual catastrophe years earlier, Mary Livingstone had died from the fever. After her …

They travelled eastward about Lake Ngumi and there they found an extensive river. It was the Zambezi river. David’s children were ailing again. He made the decision to take his family back to Cape Town and hasten them back to England from there. David estimated that he would need two years to attain a place …

David told the executives of the missionary society that he opted to go to Africa, they agreed to send him. On the dawn of November 17, 1840, 27 year old David Livingstone bade so long to his father on the Broomielaw quay in Glascow and boarded his waiting ship, the George. He would at no …

Born on March 19, 1813 in the suburb of Blantyre in Lanarkshire, David Livingstone was to live his life for others, his own ease and enjoyment was selflessly let go to uphold others less capable of overcoming hardship than himself. He was born to Neil Livingstone, an underprivileged tea merchant. He was coached to read …

General Info for Victoria Falls: Also known as Mosi-oa-Tunya (the smoke that thunders). It is set in Southern Africa on the Zambezi River within the countries of Zimbabwe and Zambia. They are the biggest falls in the world. One of the seven natural wonders of the world the falls were named after Queen Victoria by …