Five Years with the Congo Cannibals

This is a classic study of Central Africa, its tribes, customs, and culture, before the advent of the white man, faithfully, accurately, and sympathetically recorded by one of the first European explorers to penetrate the deepest, darkest parts of what is today the Democratic Republic of the Congo.What emerges from this adventure tale is the reality of African tribal life: cannibalism, slavery, witchcraft, and the Arab slave trade.

The Barbary Rovers

By John Finnemore. The Barbary pirates operated for over 300 years from the time of the expulsion of the Moors from Spain…

My Apingi Kingdom

By Paul du Chaillu. The fourth classic study of African wildlife, culture, and native tribes as they existed in the…