- Additional Authors
- xi, 377,  pages : illustrations, maps, plans, portraits; 23 cm.
- Home to Harlem Project funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
- Uniform Title
- Tombouctou la mystérieuse. English.
- Alternative Title
- Tombouctou la mystérieuse.
- Translation of: Tombouctou la mystérieuse.
- Includes index.
- "Printed by T. and A. Constable, Printers to Her Majesty at the Edinburgh University Press."--printer statement, colophon, foot of page 377.
- Last page blank.
- Provenance (note)
- is part of the original collection purchased from Arthur A. Schomburg in 1926.
- ch. 1. From Paris to the Niger -- ch. 2. The Niger -- ch. 3. The Valley of the Niger -- ch. 4. The towns of the Niger -- ch. 5. Jenne -- ch. 6. The Songhois -- ch. 7. The Moors in the Sudan -- ch. 8. Jenne, yesterday and to-day -- ch. 9. From Jenne to Timbuctoo -- ch. 10. Timbuctoo -- ch. 11. Timbuctoo across the centuries -- ch. 12. The commerce and life of Timbuctoo -- ch. 13. The University of Sankoré -- ch. 14. Politics and literature -- ch. 15. Europe and Timbuctoo -- ch. 16. The French conquest -- Index.
- Call Number
- Sc 916.62-D (Dubois, F. Timbuctoo the mysterious)
Dubois, Félix, 1862-1945, author.
Timbuctoo the mysterious / by Felix Dubois ; translated from the French by Diana White ; with one hundred and fifty-three illustrations from photographs and drawings made on the spot and eleven maps and plans.
London : William Heinemann, 1897.
- Type of Content
- Type of Medium
- Type of Carrier
Copy in Sc 916.62-D (copy 1) (accession no. B593939) is part of the original collection purchased from Arthur A. Schomburg in 1926. NN
- Local Note
Copy 1 in Sc 916.62 is in the Arthur A. Schomburg Collection.
- Connect to:
- Added Author
White, Diana, 1868-1950, translator.
Heinemann (Firm), publisher.
T. and A. Constable, printer.
Schomburg, Arthur Alfonso, 1874-1938, former owner.
- Added Title
Home to Harlem Project funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
- Research Call Number
Sc 916.62-D (Dubois, F. Timbuctoo the mysterious)
BKV (Dubois, F. Timbuctoo the mysterious)