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Among the Wild Tribes of the Afghan Frontier. A Record of Sixteen Years Close Intercourse With the Natives of the Indian Marches, 5th edn.
Theodore Leighton Pennell [1867-1912]

London: Seeley, Service & Co., Ltd., 1913. Hbk. pp.324.

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Theodore Leighton Pennell [1867-1912], Among the Wild Tribes of the Afghan Frontier


  • Introduction
  • Prefaces
  1. The Afghan Character
  2. Afghan Traditions
  3. Border Warriors
  4. A Frontier Valley
  5. The Christian's Revenge
  6. A Day in the Wards
  7. From Morning to Night
  8. The Itinerant Missionary
  9. Afghan Mullahs
  10. A Tale of a Talib
  11. School-Work
  12. An Afghan Football Team
  13. 'Alum Gul's Choice
  14. 'Alum Gul's Choice (Continued)
  15. Afghan Women
  16. The Story of a Convert
  17. The Hindu Ascetics
  18. Sadhus and Faqirs
  19. My Life as a Mendicant
  20. A Frontier Episode
  21. Frontier Campaigning
  22. Chikki, The Freebooter
  23. Rough Diamonds
  24. Deductions
  25. A Forward Policy

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