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Mungo, Angola in Africa

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Featured Mungo Print

Royalty - Centenary of British Columbia - Queen Mother - Windsor Great Park

Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, who was deputising for Queen Elizabeth II, talks with Chief Mungo Martin and his granddaughter, Helen Hunt, after receiving the 100-foot totem pole, a gift from British Columbia, in Windsor Great Park. Chief Mungo Martin, of the Kwakiutl Indians, a tribe located on Vancouver Island, carved the elaborate ornamentation on the 12-ton pole. The totem pole gift to Queen Elizabeth II marks the centenary of British Columbia

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Featured Mungo Print

Mode of Salutation, illustration from 'Great African Travellers, from Mungo Park to Livingstone

XJF437963 Mode of Salutation, illustration from 'Great African Travellers, from Mungo Park to Livingstone and Stanley', a novel by William H.G. Kingstone, first published in 1874 (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: This illustration shows an instance in the travels of explorer Dr David Livingstone (1813-1873); Travelling through what is now northern Zimbabwe, Livingstone is said to have encountered a remarkable local custom; 'The natives of this region have a curious way of saluting a stranger, Instead of bowing they throw themselves on their backs on the ground, rolling from side to side and slapping the outsides of their thighs, while they utter the words "_Kina bomba! kina bomba_!" In vain the doctor implored them to stop, They, imagining him pleased, only tumbled about more fiercely and slapped their thighs with greater vehemence'; William H.G. Kingston (1814-1880) was an English adventuer writer;); English, out of copyright

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Featured Mungo Print

Dr John Logan Campbell (1820-1912) 1838 (oil on canvas)

XYC198545 Dr John Logan Campbell (1820-1912) 1838 (oil on canvas) by Burton, Mungo (1799-1882); 75.6x55.9 cm; Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection, USA; (add.info.: doctor on board 'Palmyra' boat; left London 1838 for Sydney Australia; went to New Zealand in 1840 and helped develop the then non-existant city of Auckland;); British, out of copyright

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