Very Good. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall 0951803905 Paperback Paperback. Our Family Life in Uganda 1949-1963. Anna Osmaston lived in Uganda from 1949 to 1963 as the wife of a forest officer, mostly in up-country stations. All their four children were born there. She and her husband spent much time on safari visiting the forests for which he was responsible. Also they were both keen mountaineers and often spent their local leave on Uganda mountains, such as the Ruwenzori (the Mountains of the Moon), Elgon, the Virunga volcanoes and the rocky hills of Acholi. She tells many amusing stories about their daily life and exciting adventures which throw a personal light on life in Uganda, then a happy, peaceful and prosperous country, before the terrors of Idi Amin. 88 pp. Illustrated. 3 Maps. 38 Plates. (We carry a wide selection of titles in The Arts, Theology, History, Politics, Social and Physical Sciences. academic and scholarly books and Modern First Editions, and all types of Academic Literature. )
6+88 pages, maps, glossary, photographs: family life of a forest officer with four children born in Uganda, keen mountaineers, an affectionate picture of life in a happy and peaceful place 1949-63; glossy limp covers, vg.
Very Good. No Jacket. PB, vi + 88pp, 3 maps, 38 plates. A few personal names highlighed on four pages else VG++. Colonial memoirs of a Forestry official's wife in Uganda in the fourteen years before Amin. 50.
Signed by Author PB, 2 maps, 38 photographic illustrations. "We were fortunate to spend our 14 1/2 years in Uganda at probably the best time..." Signed presentation copy. Interesting glimpses of mzungu life in East Africa before independence. VG+. B18.
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