Henry M. Stanley

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Noun1.Henry M. Stanley - Welsh journalist and explorer who led an expedition to Africa in search of David Livingstone and found him in Tanzania in 1871Henry M. Stanley - Welsh journalist and explorer who led an expedition to Africa in search of David Livingstone and found him in Tanzania in 1871; he and Livingstone together tried to find the source of the Nile River (1841-1904)
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1871: Henry Morton Stanley, sent to Africa by his newspaper to find Scottish missionary David Livingstone, finally made contact with him at Ujiji on Lake Tanganyika with the words: ''Dr Livingstone, I presume.
sent t 1871: Denbigh-born Henry Morton Stanley, to Africa by his American newspaper to find Scottish missionary David Livingstone, finally made contact with him at Ujiji on Lake Tanganyika with the words: "Dr Livingstone, I presume.
I'm still proud to have been a "Stanley" boy in the '60s - named after Henry Morton Stanley, who once lived in Liverpool.
In her acceptance speech she said: 'I am honoured to receive a medal that was awarded to the great travellers of the past, like Henry Morton Stanley.
Henry Morton Stanley 1871 Henry Morton Stanley, sent to Africa by his newspaper to find Scottish missionary David Livingstone, finally made contact with him at Ujiji on Lake Tanganyika with the words: "Dr Livingstone, I presume.
1871 10 NOVEMBER After disappearing for six years, explorer David Livingstone was found by Henry Morton Stanley.
00) offers a powerful unabridged audio story narrated by James Langton, Polly Lee, Henry Leyva and Robert Petkoff, who provide a powerful production that brings to life a 37-year friendship between two late 19th century figures: Mark Twain and explorer Sir Henry Morton Stanley.
And the protagonists are as un-Hijuelos as you can get: Mark Twain and Henry Morton Stanley, the Welsh explorer who achieved fame for his search for David Livingstone.
They will walk (or rather ride) in the footsteps of Sir Henry Morton Stanley (in his search for the missing explorer David Livingstone) and Winston Churchill, starting at the legendary source of the Nile and ending at the magnificent national park Murchison Falls in the north.
But spare a thought for the hack who made Livingstone a household name - Henry Morton Stanley.
One rich chapter examines William Stairs' 19th-century exploits in Africa with Henry Morton Stanley through various lenses.
He demonstrates that the figure of the charismatic explorer was not only made by a new style of journalism but that this particular style of journalism was itself a product of exploratory endeavor, pioneered by Henry Morton Stanley and his mission to find David Livingstone.