2 edition of Travels in the Cape, the years 1853-1855 found in the catalog.
Travels in the Cape, the years 1853-1855
J. F. Victorin
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|Number of Pages||125|
Ledger and minutes book of the Anna Jackson Book Club, a literary club founded by women in Lincolnton, N.C., in The book contains accounts, a mission statement, minutes, and other reports, Acquired as part of the Southern Historical Collection. After two years of correspondence through letters the distance proves too great and Andrew returns to Cape Town to marry Maria. They celebrate their love with 16 children, of which 11 reaches adulthood. Andrew and Maria settles in the parsonage in Graaff-Reinet in the Reinet-house with a large fruit orchid and a grapevine which is still growing.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Victorin, Johan Fredrik, Travels in the Cape, the years Cape Town, Struik (C.), Travels in the Cape, the yearsby J. Victorin., Toronto Public Library. Cape Town: C.
Struik. the years 1853-1855 book MLA Citation. Victorin, Johan Fredrik. and Grill, J. W. Travels Travels in the Cape the Cape, the years hunting and nature pictures from the lake young naturalist's letters and diaries / [by] J.
Victorin ; [Edited] by J. Grill ; [Translated from the Swedish edition by Jalmar and Ione Rudner] C. Struik Cape Town Travels in the cape, t My Searches (0) My Cart Added To Cart Check Out.
Menu. Subjects. Architecture and Design; Book Studies; Life Sciences; Linguistics and Semiotics; Literary Studies; Materials Sciences; Travels in the cape, the years Users without a. One of only of this edition, this being number the book has only a former owner's name on the front end paper with no other inscriptions and appears unread.
Translated from the first Swedish edition by Jalmar and Ione Rudner. Victorin's Travels in the Cape in the years J.F. Victorin's Travels in the Cape: The Years Hunting and Nature Pictures from the late Young Naturalist's Letters and Diaries.
FULL GREEN LEATHER with gilt titles on the spine and gilt device to the front board. Book Condition: Near fine in a very good dust-jacket. xvi + pp. 9 Plates. On subsequent visits we scoured second-hand bookshops for other books by early Swedish travellers not only for our studies but also to translate so as to make them available to others.
That of the young naturalist J.F. Victorin, Travels in the Cape the years was the first to be published, in Grill also compiled a book from the letters and diaries that Victorin wrote during his travels, J.F. Victorins resa i Kaplandet åren (Stockholm,p).
It was later translated into English and published as J.F. Victorin's travels in the Cape. Washington sentinel.
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Born: 2 JuneFiskenæsset, Greenland. Grill (J.W.) J.F. VICTORIN'S TRAVELS IN THE CAPE, hunting and nature pictures from the yearslate young naturalist's letters and diaries, translated from the Swedish edition by Jalmar and Ione Rudner, pp., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, R; Victorin was a Swedish traveller who came to the Cape in The Webber Wentzel Art Collection: Celebrating Years **LIMITED EDITION** in the Africana category was listed for R on 29 Mar at by lastchancebooks in Durban (ID).
James Chapman was born in Cape Town, South Africa. He left school and Cape Town at the age of 13 to work in Durban. He had various jobs but eventually became a hunter and trader.
He loved to travel and collected specimens of plants, learned Setswana, and wrote down vocabularies of any other people he met. Johan Fredrik Victorin (24 February Kvarns Bruk, Kristberg, Sweden - 3 November Kvarns Bruk, Kristberg) was a noted Swedish zoologist and explorer in South died at only 24 years of age, soon after returning from his African trip, having collected a large number of natural history specimens including over insects.
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