Sir Henry Morton Stanley


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Noun1.Sir Henry Morton Stanley - Welsh journalist and explorer who led an expedition to Africa in search of David Livingstone and found him in Tanzania in 1871Sir Henry Morton 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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DEATHS 1904 SIR HENRY MORTON STANLEY, British explorer.
ALMOST 150 YEARS AGO, the explorer Sir Henry Morton Stanley hired a large company of porters to carry his equipment and forge a path through the African jungle.
Oscar Hijuelos' Twain & Stanley Enter Paradise (9781478960331, $40.00) 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. Literary award-winner Hijuelos was fascinated by their connection and researched and wrote his novel after scouring the little history that remained of their friendship.
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.
MENTION in a recent column of an Everton district connection with Sir Henry Morton Stanley inspired an instant response from "Lost Tribes" readers.
HERO OF WEEK Sir Henry Morton Stanley is accused of being the right hand man of the Belgians' King Leopold, who "turned ALL who fight to village schools, such who turned out to try Ysgol y Parc near As one of the banners the Congo into the worst example of colonisation, brutal exploitation, enslavement and genocide in Africa." "Cau Ysgol = Cymuned!".
Presumed lost, he was found near Lake Tanganyika by the explorer Sir Henry Morton Stanley and together they explored the north end of the lake.