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  1. David Livingstone was a Scottish missionary and explorer to Africa.
  2. David Livingstone (1813-1873) was a British missionary and explorer who explored the interior of Africa. (Web site)
  3. David Livingstone (19 March 1813 – 1 May 1873) was a Scottish medical missionary and explorer in central Africa. (Web site)
  4. David Livingstone, a Scottish missionary, had been engaged since 1840 in work north of the Orange River. (Web site)
  5. A bust of David Livingstone is among those of famous Scotsmen in the William Wallace Memorial near Stirling, Scotland.

David Livingstone Museum

  1. David Livingstone Museum; David Livingstone - Biography; The BBC is not responsible for the content of external websites.

Author

  1. Under no circumstances should the photos or text be used without the express written permission of the Author (David Livingstone).

Stanley

  1. It was at Ujiji, a village on the Tanzanian shore of Lake Tanganyika, that H.M. Stanley presumably encountered David Livingstone in 1871. (Web site)

Congo

  1. Though he explored the upper Congo, David Livingstone never travelled to this part of the river, the falls were named in his honour by Henry Morton Stanley. (Web site)

Nile River

  1. In 1855, David Livingstone explored large parts of Zambia searching for the source of the Nile River and discovered Victoria Falls.

Shire River

  1. They were the barrier met by David Livingstone on his way up the Shire River that effectively rendered further upstream navigation impossible.

Explorer

  1. David Livingstone (1813 – 1873) - Scottish missionary and explorer in central Africa.
  2. John Kirk (explorer), who worked alongside David Livingstone in southern Africa. (Web site)

Article Needs Additional Citations

  1. Not to be mistaken with the wife of David Livingstone This article needs additional citations for verification. (Web site)

Town

  1. The town is named after Hans Brits who settled here after he accompanied David Livingstone on a venture into the interior. (Web site)

Blantyre

  1. The David Livingstone Centre in Blantyre, Scotland is a museum in his honour.

Livingstone

  1. Livingstone Falls, named for David Livingstone, is a rapids of the lower Congo River in west equatorial Africa below Malebo Pool.

London Missionary Society

  1. Congregationalists also took part in the forming of The London Missionary Society which was responsible for the work of David Livingstone. (Web site)

Kuruman

  1. Northwest of Kimberley, Kuruman was a missionary center used by Robert Moffat and David Livingstone.
  2. Kuruman was a LMS mission station founded by Robert Moffat and the place where David Livingstone arrived for his first position as a missionary in 1841.

David Livingstone

  1. Missionaries, including David Livingstone and Robert Moffat from Scotland, arrived in the first half of the 19th century and established missions. (Web site)
  2. The largest and commercial capital of the country, Blantyre, is named after a town in Scotland and birthplace of David Livingstone.
  3. DAVID LIVINGSTONE'S FAITH No doubt you have all heard of David Livingstone, the great missionary to Africa.

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  1. World > Countries > South Africa > Kuruman
  2. Livingstone
  3. Blantyre
  4. London Missionary Society
  5. Population > Settlements > Cities > Kimberley
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