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Ivory Trail, The

Bulpin, TV

Beskikbaarheid: In stock

R225,00

Quick Overview

It is the story of legendary hunter/poacher S.C. Barnard 'Bvekenya' who lived in the Limpopo River region. It tells of his hunting expeditions that revolved around Crook's Corner, where he could take refuge from the county's police. He was one of the most colourful personalities in Africa - an outlaw for twenty years and he fought a one-man war against all control and authority.
The life of Bvekenya and his exploits as an ivory poacher, blackbirder, outdoorsman and perhaps surprisingly for some, a conservationist, was told to Bulpin by Barnard himself.
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Thomas Victor Bulpin (1918-1999) was a writer about African big game hunters, South African travel and history. He was a well-known and very prolific travel writer ? he wrote 29 books and thousands of pamphlets and features on southern Africa for magazines and newspapers. An inveterate traveller, he was the author of classics such as Islands in a forgotten sea, Lost Trails on the Lowveld and the Illustrated Guide to Southern Africa.

Additional Information

Publisher Proteaboekhuis
Release date 30 Nov 2000
Skrywer Bulpin, TV
Dimensies 222 x 152 x 222 cm
Formaat Sagteband
Bladsye 240
isbn 9781869194642
Genre Reis

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