This riveting history is a firsthand account of the long and arduous search for one of the greatest explorers of the 19th century. Journalist and adventurer Henry M. Stanley was known for his search for the legendary David Livingstone, and their eventual meeting led to the popular quotation "Dr. Livingstone, I presume?" A real-life adventure story, How I Found Livingstone in Central Africa tells of the incredible hardships - disease, hostile natives, tribal warfare, impenetrable jungles, and other obstacles - faced by a daring explorer. This must-have account also includes a wealth of information on various African peoples.
FNH audio presents an unabridged reading of How I Found Livingstone. In 1866 Dr David Livingstone entered the dark continent of Africa in search for the source of the river Nile and disappeared. In 1869 Henry M. Stanley, funded by the New York Herald drove his expedition into the heart of Africa to find and relieve Livingstone. Stanley's journey became a true-life adventure. Adversity of every kind stood in his way. Starvation, inundation, murderous natives, mutiny, thieves, extortionists, murderers, slavers, and even becoming embroiled in a war.