Jacob Wainwright beside coffin; Livingstone’s tombstone; Livingstone’s funeral at Westminster Abbey.

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One More Voice


Lost Voices from the British Empire's Archives

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This page provides a skeletal list of the pages that constitute the One More Voice project site.

  1. Home
  2. Materials
    1. Critically-Edited Archival Texts
      1. Selim Aga
        1. The Niger Expedition
        2. Original Correspondence: West Africa
      2. Mohammed Bogharib
        1. History of Warori or Basango (Excerpt from David Livingstone's Notebook, [March 1866-March 1870]). 19 July 1869.
      3. Andries Botha
        1. Introduction to Andries Botha (dates unknown)
        2. Letter to [Harry Smith]. 23 June 1850
      4. James Chumah
        1. To the Editor of the Times
      5. Frederick Douglass
        1. Letter to John Scoble. 9 May 1846
        2. Letter to Catherine Impey. 9 July 1888
      6. Caras Farrar
        1. The History of Caras Farrar of Finding Dr Livingstone, in Central Africa
      7. Apolo Kagwa
        1. The Katikiro of Uganda and His Secretary
      8. Semane Setlhoko Khama
        1. Letter to A.M. Chirgwin. 5 December 1934
      9. Philip Cohen Labatt
        1. Curgy's Funeral, Or The Old Time Busha
      10. Lief Ben Saeid; Thomas Wogga
        1. Notes on African Geography
      11. Moshoeshoe; Nehemiah
        1. The Cape of Good Hope
      12. Ncwadi
        1. Gleanings and Glances” (Excerpt); “Letter from an African Chief
      13. NoSuthu
        1. Foreign Missions. Caffreland” (Excerpt)
      14. Ranavalona I
        1. The Late Mr. James Cameron of Madagascar” (Excerpt)
      15. James Read, Jr.
        1. Introduction to James Read, Jr. (c.1811-1894)
        2. Kat River Mission, South Africa
        3. Letter to J.J. Freeman. 23 May 1850
      16. Said Bin Habib
        1. Narrative of Said Bin Habeeb, An Arab Inhabitant of Zanzibar
        2. Lists of Headmen in Manyema and Urundi (Excerpts from David Livingstone's Notebook, [March 1866-March 1870]). 4 July 1869; [c.1869]
        3. Central African Geographical Data (Excerpt from David Livingstone's Annotations on Map from John H. Speke, Journal of the Discovery of the Source of the Nile [1863]) [c.1869]
      17. Saleh Bin Osman
        1. Testimony. 12 November 1890
        2. The Story of My Life
      18. Sechele
        1. Letter to Robert Moffat 1. [October 1852]
        2. Statement and Attestations. 7 May 1853; 11 May 1853; “Statement of Sechele, Paramount Chief of the Bakwaina.” 30 April 1853; 21 April 1853; “The Attack on Sechele.” 1 December 1852
        3. Letter to the London Missionary Society. [1852-1853]
        4. Letter to Moshete. 31 October 1865
      19. Tiyo Soga
        1. Jubilee of the Venerable Patriarch Brownlee
      20. Tippu Tip
        1. Tippoo Tib
      21. Jan Tzatoe
        1. Appeal on Behalf of the Hottentots
      22. Jacob Wainwright
        1. Addition to David Livingstone's Field Diary XVII. 28 April 1873
        2. Extract from Diary. May-June 1873
        3. Inscription on the Tree at the Foot of which David Livingstone's Heart was Buried, 4 May 1873
        4. Letter to William O. October 1873
        5. Extract from Diary. [November 1873-February 1874]
        6. Letter to Joseph Moore. 23 May 1874
        7. Letter to Joseph Moore. 10 July 1874
        8. Jacob Wainwright
      23. Unnamed Central African Informants
        1. Central African Fables (Excerpts from David Livingstone's Notebook, [March 1866-March 1870]). c.1868-70
      24. Unnamed Congo Free State Informants
        1. Notes on Refugee Tribes Encountered in July 1903
        2. Statement in Regard to the Condition of the Natives in Lake Mantumba Region During the Period of the Rubber Wars Which Began in 1893
        3. Notes in the Case of V V, a Native of L L* in the Mantumba District, both of whose Hands Have Been Hacked or Beaten Off, and with Reference to Other Similar Cases of Mutilation in that District
        4. Note of Information Taken in the Charge of Cutting Off the Boy I I’s Hand, Preferred to Mr. Casement by the People of E*
    2. Curated Historical Artifacts
      1. African World. “Dr. Edward Wilmot Blyden; A Former Secretary of State and Diplomatic Envoy of Liberia: Born in St. Thomas.” 1910.
      2. Anonymous. Abdullah Susi and James Chuma's Model of the Hut in which David Livingstone Died. [Late nineteenth or twentieth century].
      3. Anonymous. Abdullah Susi (Mislabeled Jacob Wainwright). [c.1874].
      4. Anonymous. “Apolo Kagwa, Katikiro of Uganda, and His Son”; “Ham Mukasa, with Father, Wife, and Children.” [Early twentieth century], [early twentieth century].
      5. Anonymous. Claude McKay. [c.1912-c.1920].
      6. Anonymous. Claude McKay. 1923.
      7. Anonymous. Dhan Gopal Mukerji. [Early twentieth century].
      8. Anonymous. E. Pauline Johnson. [Late nineteenth century].
      9. Anonymous. E. Pauline Johnson. [Early twentieth century].
      10. Anonymous. E. Pauline Johnson. [Early twentieth century].
      11. Anonymous. E. Pauline Johnson. 1904.
      12. Anonymous. E. Pauline Johnson (with Facsimile Signature). [Early twentieth century].
      13. Anonymous. E. Pauline Johnson (with Facsimile Signature). [Early twentieth century].
      14. Anonymous. Edward Wilmot Blyden. 1894.
      15. Anonymous. Edward Wilmot Blyden. [Late nineteenth or early twentieth century].
      16. Anonymous. Jan Tzatzoe (Tshatshu). [Late nineteenth century].
      17. Anonymous. Matthew Wellington. [1874 or later].
      18. Anonymous. Matthew Wellington. [1874 or later].
      19. Anonymous. Onoto Watanna. [c.1907-c.1910].
      20. Anonymous. Onoto Watanna on Heart of Hyacinth Book Cover. 1903.
      21. Anonymous. Pandita Ramabai Sarasvati. [Late nineteenth century].
      22. Anonymous. Pandita Ramabai Sarasvati. 1898.
      23. Anonymous. Rabindranath Tagore. [c.1916].
      24. Anonymous. Rabindranath Tagore. [c.1917].
      25. Anonymous. Sarojini Naidu (with Facsimile Signature). [Early twentieth century].
      26. Anonymous. Sechele. [Second half of nineteenth century].
      27. Anonymous. Sechele. [Second half of nineteenth century].
      28. Anonymous. Semane Khama and Children, Khama III’s Jubilee. 1911.
      29. Anonymous. Semane Khama, and Semane Khama and Schoolchildren (Collage Created by the London Missionary Society Editorial Office). [Early twentieth century].
      30. Anonymous. Swami Vivekanada. [c.1893].
      31. Anonymous. “‘Tshekedi [Khama] with the Small Chief for Whom He Acts as Regent [Seretse Khama] & Tshekedi’s Mother [Semane Khama].]’” [Early twentieth century].
      32. Anonymous, and Anonymous. Onoto Watanna; Illustration of Numè, Koto, and Matsu. [Late nineteenth century]; 1899
      33. Anonymous, Anonymous, and Sergison Marega. “The Grave of Pauline Johnson in Stanley Park, Near Siwash Rock”; “Siwash Rock”; “The Spirit of Siwash Rock” . 1913, 1913, 1913.
      34. Anonymous, and Onoto Watanna. Onoto Watanna. [Early twentieth century].
      35. Rufus Anson. Edward Wilmot Blyden. Between 1851 and 1860.
      36. Bain News Service. “Claude McRay [i.e. McKay] and Baroness v. Freytag [i.e. Von Freytag-Loringhoven].” [Before 1928].
      37. Bain News Service. Rabindranath Tagore. 21 November 1916.
      38. Bain News Service. Rabindranath Tagore and Others. [c.1915-c.1920].
      39. Bain News Service. Rabindranath Tagore and Others. May 1916.
      40. Bain News Service. “Tagore in Tokyo.” May 1916.
      41. Henry Walter Barnett. Cornelia Sorabji (with Superimposed Facsimile Signature). [Late nineteenth or early twentieth century].
      42. Alexander Bassano. Ham Mukasa and Apolo Kagwa. [Early twentieth century].
      43. Bon Ale/Bin Aleī/Bon Ārie, and David Livingstone. Extract from David Livingstone's Field Diary III with Addition by Bon Ale/Bin Aleī/Bon Ārie. 19-20 May 1866.
      44. Djilatendo. “L’Église.” [c.1930].
      45. Djilatendo. “Les Animaux.” [c.1930].
      46. Elliott & Fry. Carte de Visit Jacob Wainwright. [c.1874]
      47. Elliott & Fry. Jacob Wainwright. [c.1874].
      48. Elliott & Fry. Jacob Wainwright with David Livingstone’s Coffin. 1874.
      49. [?] Gilbert. Tshekedi and Semane Khama. [Early twentieth century].
      50. Jonathan Adagogo Green. Market Scene. [c.1900].
      51. Jonathan Adagogo Green. Railway Bridge, Imo River, near Port Harcourt. [c.1900].
      52. Frederick Gutekunst. Pandita Ramabai Sarasvati (with Facsimile Signature). [Late nineteenth century].
      53. Neville Jones. Semane Khama. [Early twentieth century].
      54. E. Pauline Johnson. “And He Said ‘Fight On’” (facsimile of manuscript). [Early twentieth century].
      55. David Livingstone, and Unknown Arab and African Informants. Excerpt from David Livingstone’s Notebook with Swahili Vocabulary List and Arabic Numbers. [Between March 1866 and March 1870].
      56. J. Paul. “Pandita Ramabai & Her Gifted Daughter Manoramabai”. [Early twentieth century].
      57. Solomon T. Plaatje, Wakefield, and D. Taylor. Page Inscribed to Kelly Miller; Solomon T. Plaatje, Signed; Elizabeth Lilith M’belle (“Mrs. S.T. Plaatje”). 16 November 1921; [early twentieth century]; [early twentieth century].
      58. Walter Saltley Price, and Jacob Wainwright. Signatures. 1875[?], 1874.
      59. R. Allen & Son, Photos. “‘Agnes and Thomas Livingstone (Daughter and Son of David Livingstone), Abdullah Susi, James Chuma, and Rev. Horace Waller at Newstead Abbey, Nottingham, Discussing the Journals, Maps, and Plans Made by the Late David Livingstone.’” 1874.
      60. R. Allen & Son, Photos. James Chuma, Abudullah Susi, Agnes Livingstone, William Webb, Oswald Livingstone, Horace Waller, and Emilia Jane Webb with Lion Skin. 1874.
      61. R. Allen & Son, Photos. James Chuma and Abdullah Susi Beside Notebooks, Maps, and Other Personal Effects of David Livingstone. 1874.
      62. Onoto Watanna. Page Inscribed to Lea W. Lindolph. 17 June 1899.
      63. Jacob Wainwright. Addition to David Livingstone's Field Diary XVII. 28 April 1873.
      64. A.J. Wookey. Kgosi Sechele and MmaKgari. [Late nineteenth century].
      65. Wm. Fergusson & Co. Jacob Wainwright with David Livingstone’s Coffin and Some of Livingstone’s Travelling Trunks on Board the Ship ‘Malwa.’ 1874.
    3. Book-Length Published Works
  3. Concepts
    1. Analytical Priorities
    2. Project Design
    3. Collaboration
    4. Coding Guidelines
  4. Misc
    1. Contributors
    2. Acknowledgments
    3. Bibliography
    4. Site Map
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