Written from his own diary and his father’s, the Rev J J Doke, Clement Doke portrays a fascinating picture of the life of tribes in the Lambaland in the North-west corner of Zambia (formerly known as Northern Rhodesia) as well as the wild life of the country. The book recounts the trials and successes of seven years of missionary life, providing glimpses into everyday life at Kafulafuta Mission in the second decade of this century. Numerous black and white illustrations and photographs.
Publisher: South African Baptist Historical Society.
Date Published: 1975
Condition: Good. Ex-library copy with the relevant cancelled library stamps on ffep and frontispiece. Contents clean.
Binding: Softcover. Thick card wraps with creasing and some abrasions. Repairs to spine appear to have been made.
Jacket Condition: No dust jacket.
Dimensions: Small 8vo. 189pp.