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London Missionary Society, London, 1921. Hardcover, 7½" x 5", with dust jacket. Dust jacket, whilst still with strong colours, is ragged to all edges with gaps to spine ends. The letters 'ABM' (Australian Bush Mission?) in pencil to jacket front. VERY GOOD book in FAIR price-clipped dust jacket. SIGNED BY DAVID UNAIPON* on ffep ('Yours Sincerely, David Unaipon, May 7 1940') * David Unaipon (1872-1967) is featured on Australia's $50 note - he was an Australian Aboriginal writer, public speaker and inventor. Unaipon became the first Aboriginal writer to be published. This book has dark-green cloth-bound boards with black type and drawing to spine and front, map as rear endpapers ('The Great Lakes of Central Africa'), photographic frontispiece ('Slave Girls '), green tinted top edges, 11 b&w photographs, some drawings as chapter tails. Story based on missionary-provided school in Central Africa, with photographs of participants.