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Morton Stanley, Henry - Sir Henri Morton Stanley (1841-1904) was a U.S. Born journalist and adventurer sent by commission of the New York Herald to Africa to find Henry Livingstone, the British explorer with whom contact had been lost. Morton Stanley travelled more than a thousand kilometres in about nine months over very dangerous and uncharted terrain in Africa until he found Livingstone already ill in Ujiji. He also leaded other expeditions into Congo and the Iruri river. An ardent believer in the superiority of whites over Africans, with his expeditions he paved the way for European colonisation.
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Synonyms - Related words or with the same meaning: livingstone, ujiji, iruri, congo.
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