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Dear members of H-Horn,
Would anyone know if the following book is available somewhere online (and preferably downloadable)?
Philipp Paulitschke, Harar. Forschungsreise nach den Somâl- und Galla-Ländern Ost-Afrikas (Leipzig: F. A. Brockhaus, 1888).
H-Horn: Some Recent Publications (November 2015)
New issue of Northeast African Studies 15 (2) 2015.
Alexander Meckelburg, “Slavery, Emancipation, and Memory: Exploratory Notes on Western Ethiopia”, International Journal of African Historical Studies 48 (2) 2015: 345-362.