Book Description

Francis Barrow Pearce (1866-1926) was a British imperial administrator. In 1914, he was appointed a British Resident (a senior British official) in Zanzibar, working with the protectorate's High Commissioner Henry Conway Belfield (1855-1923). This work includes chapters on the early history of the island, ‘the Zanzibar and Pema of to-day’, and ‘for the first time the ancient Persian and Arab ruins which lie hidden in the forests of Zanzibar and Pemba’.
Dealer Notes
xii, 431 pp., frontis, b/w plates, 3 maps (1 folding), 8vo, orig. cloth, light bump to corner of front board; new endpapers. Good ex-lib.: small neat stamps to verso of title page and plates. A printed sheet about this work, 'Extracts from Press Notices' loosely inserted.
Author PEARCE, F.B.
Date 1920
Publisher T. Fisher Unwin: London

Price: £125.00

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