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Person: STANLEY, Henry Morton  (1841-1904)

Biographical summary of this person
Full name
Henry Morton STANLEY
Gender
male
Relevance of this person
journalist and explorer; subject of slide sets
Main period of activity
N/A
Relationships to other people

married to TENNANT, Dorothy  (1855-1926)

Chronology
Date
Age
Event/activity
28 January 1841
born at
5 May 1890
49
lecturer
[Lecture on African exploration] (society meeting, London, England, 5 May 1890)
10 May 1904
63
died at
Slides showing image of this person
slide image -- Stanley in Africaslide image -- Stanley and some of his followers on board H.M.S. Industryslide image -- Portrait of Stanley from lifeslide image -- Portrait of Stanley from lifeslide image -- Group of Stanley and followers from lifeslide image -- Meeting of Stanley and Livingstoneslide image -- Portraits of Cameron and other modern explorersslide image -- African Travel -- An Old Explorer Discoveredslide image -- Introductionslide image -- Group of Officersslide image -- En Route to Leopoldsvilleslide image -- Stanley giving final instructions to Major Barttelotslide image -- Stanley showing his Followers the Promised Landslide image -- The Meeting of Emin and Stanleyslide image -- Stanley's Farewell to Africaslide image -- Stanley at Shepherd's Hotel at Cairoslide image -- Wedding of Stanley at Westminster Abbeyslide image -- H.M. Stanley
Texts linked to this person
Book (1)

Henry Morton Stanley, In darkest Africa: or the quest, rescue, and retreat of Emin, Governor of Equatoria (London: Sampson Low & Co., 1890)

Slide set references

minor subject of: Across central Africa with Stanley and Emin (lecture: J. Green & Son, 50-53 slides, 1890)

minor subject of: [Adventures and discoveries in central Africa: by Dr Livingstone and H.M. Stanley] (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 48 slides, n.d.)

minor subject of: Central Africa (lecture: York & Son, 50 slides, 1876)

image appears in: Central Africa (lecture: York & Son, 50 slides, 1876)

minor subject of: Livingstone and Stanley in central Africa (lecture: Alfred Pumphrey, 50 slides, in/before 1888)

minor subject of: Livingstone's last journey (lecture: Alfred Pumphrey, 22 slides, in/before 1888)

image appears in: [Manchester Geographical Society Collection: portraits of explorers and missionaries] (lecture: manufacturer unknown, at least 27 slides, n.d.)

image appears in: Stanley in Africa (lecture: York & Son, 29 slides, 1878-1888)

minor subject of: Stanley in Africa (lecture: York & Son, 29 slides, 1878-1888)

image appears in: Stanley's Emin Pasha relief expedition (lecture: York & Son, 42 slides, 1890)

minor subject of: Stanley's Emin Pasha relief expedition (lecture: York & Son, 42 slides, 1890)

minor subject of: Stanley's book 'In darkest Africa' (lecture: Newton & Co., 50 slides, 1890)

image appears in: The life and duties of the citizen (lecture: Riley Brothers, 120 slides, 1899)

References
William R. May, Across central Africa with Stanley and Emin (London: J. Green & Son, 1890)
James Comper Gray, Central Africa (London: York & Son, c.1876)
H.H. Robinson, In darkest Africa (London: Newton & Co., 1890)
‘The last journey of Dr Livingstone’ in Lantern readings original and selected 2
Lucerna ID  6002548

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 18 March 2021

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