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" These trees grow in great abundance all over this part of Bambarra. They are not planted by the natives, but are found growing naturally in the woods; and in clearing woodland for cultivation, every tree is cut down but the shea. The tree itself very... "
The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year - Страница 831
1809
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Travels in the Interior Districts of Africa

Mungo Park - 1799 - 372 страници
...not planted by the natives, but are found growing naturally in the woods ; and, in clearing wood land for cultivation, every tree is cut down but the Shea....American oak ; and the fruit, from the kernel of which, being first dried in the sun, the butter is prepared by boiling the kernel in water, has somewhat the...

The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal

1799
...found growing naturally in the woods ; and, in clearing wood land for cultivation, every tree is tut down but the Shea. The tree itself very much resembles...American oak ; and the fruit, from the kernel of which, being first dried in the sun, the butter is prepared, by boiling the kernel in water, has somewhat...

Edinburgh Magazine: Or Literary Miscellany, Том 14

1799
...grow in great abundance all over the part of Bambarra. They are not planted by the natives, but иге found growing naturally in the woods; and in clearing...wood-land for cultivation, every tree is cut down but the ftiea. The tree itfelf very much refembles the American oak, and the fruit, from the kernel of •^hich,...

The British Critic and Quarterly Theological Review, Том 13

1799
...mentioned in former parts of this work. Thefe trees grow in great abundance all over this part of Bambarra. They are not planted by the natives, but are found growing naturally in the woods ; and in clearing wood land for cultivation, every tree is cut down but the (hea. The tree iffelf very much refembles...

Travels in the Interior Districts of Africa: Performed Under the Direction ...

Mungo Park, James Rennell - 1799 - 372 страници
...mentioned in former parts of this work. These trees grow in great abundance all over this part of Bambarra. They are not planted by the natives, but are found growing naturally in the woods; and, in clearing wood land for cultivation, every tree is cut down but the Shea. The tree itself, very much resembles...

The Monthly review. New and improved ser

1799
...is prepared. ' These' Trees (says Mr. P.) grow in great abundance all over this part of -Bamoarra. They are not planted by the natives, but are found growing naturally in the woods ; and, in clearing wood land for cultivation, every tree is cut down but the Shea. The tree itself vgry much resembles...

The Monthly Epitome, Том 3

1800
...more \vithidols7 'native, but are found growing natu. rally .M the woods; an.i, in clearing wood-he.! for cultivation, every tree is cut down but the Shea. The tree lift)*' very much rrlcmblcs the Americaa oak, and tlie fruit, '•.••m the kernel of which, beiag...

Travels in the Interior Districts of Africa: Performed Under the Direction ...

Mungo Park - 1807 - 551 страници
...former parts of this work. — These trees grow in great abundance all over this part of Bambarra. They are not planted by the natives, but are found growing naturally in the woods ; and, in clearing wood land for cultivation, every tree is cut down but the .Shea. The tree itself, very much resembles...

Asiatic Researches; Or, Transactions of the Society, Instituted in Bengal ...

Asiatic Society of Bengal - 1808
...oil would otherwise be used. The demand for it is therefore great. PARK'S Travels in Africa. Page 26. They are not planted by the natives, but are found...first dried in the sun, the butter is prepared, by boiling the kernel in water, has somewhat the appearance of a Spanish olive. The kernel is enveloped...

A Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry and the Arts, Томове 19–20

William Nicholson - 1808
...former part of this work*. These trees grow in great abundance all over this part of l*>. >i:!ntrru. They are not planted by the natives, but are found...the fruit, from the kernel of which, first dried in tin- MIII, the butter is prepared,, by boiling the kernel in * Tlits commodity, shea toulou, which,...




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