The Heart of a Continent

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Asian Educational Services, 1993 - History - 352 pages
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A narrative of travel in Manchuria across the Gobi desert through the Himalayas the Pamirs and Hanza (1884-1894) (Reprint 1904 edn.) 1993 edn.
 

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Review: The Heart Of A Continent: A Narrative Of Travels In Manchuria, Across The Gobi Desert, Through The Himalayas, The Pamirs, And Chitral, 1884 1894

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Stunningly vivid travel journal by the first European to cross the Gobi desert (perhapsNot. Marco Polo did it.). Typical quote: "There was fortunately no sand about - we were on a gravel plain - but ... Read full review

Review: The Heart Of A Continent: A Narrative Of Travels In Manchuria, Across The Gobi Desert, Through The Himalayas, The Pamirs, And Chitral, 1884 1894

User Review  - Goodreads

Stunningly vivid travel journal by the first European to cross the Gobi desert (perhapsNot. Marco Polo did it.). Typical quote: "There was fortunately no sand about - we were on a gravel plain - but ... Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER I
1
CHAPTER II
21
CHAPTER III
40
CHAPTER V
73
CHAPTER VI
109
CHAPTER VII
143
CHAPTER IX
185
CHAPTER X
200
CHAPTER XI
222
CHAPTER XII
233
CHAPTER XIV
270
CHAPTER XV
285
CHAPTER XVI
303
CHAPTER XVII
312

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