The Man-Eaters of Tsavo
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THE MAN-EATERS OF TSAVO AND Other East African Adventures
BY Lieut.-Col. J. H. Patterson, D.S.O.
WITH A FOREWORD BY FREDERICK COURTENEY SELOUS
- List of Illustrations
- Chapter I: My Arrival at Tsavo
- Chapter II: The First Appearance of the Man-Eaters
- Chapter III: The Attack on the Goods-Wagon
- Chapter IV: The Building of the Tsavo Bridge
- Chapter V: Troubles with the Workmen
- Chapter VI: The Reign of Terror
- Chapter VII: The District Officer's Narrow Escape
- Chapter VIII: The Death of the First Man-Eater
- Chapter IX: The Death of the Second Man-Eater
- Chapter X: The Completion of the Tsavo Bridge
- Chapter XI: The Swahili and Other Native Tribes
- Chapter XII: A Night After Hippo
- Chapter XIII: A Day on the N'Dungu Escarpment
- Chapter XIV: The Finding of the Man-Eaters' Den
- Chapter XV: Unsuccessful Rhino Hunts
- Chapter XVI: A Widow's Story
- Chapter XVII: An Infuriated Rhino
- Chapter XVIII: Lions on the Athi Plains
- Chapter XIX: The Stricken Caravan
- Chapter XX: A Day on the Athi River
- Chapter XXI: The Masai and Other Tribes
- Chapter XXII: How Roshan Khan Saved My Life
- Chapter XXIII: A Successful Lion Hunt
- Chapter XXIV: Bhoota's Last Shikar
- Chapter XXV: A Man-Eater in a Railway Carriage
- Chapter XXVI: Work at Nairobi
- Chapter XXVII: The Finding of the New Eland
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