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David Livingstone
Known as the greatest of all African explorers in history.
He had his arm chewed by an attacking lion.
He died while kneeling beside his bed in prayer.
Was buried in Westminster Abbey.
Term used to describe an inactive volcano
dormant
Alp's highest peak
Mount Blanc
Robert Moffat
One of the first missionaries to Africa.
Taught many Africans to read.
Translated the Bible into their language.
Translated "Pilgrim's Progress" for the Africans.
Europe's highest peak
Elbrus
Name for the level of sea waters
sea level
Name for a long row of maountains
mountain range
Mountain climbed by daring mountaineers
Matterhorn
Name for the pointed top of a mountain
peak
North America's highest peak
McKinley
Mary Slessor
She was called "White Ma" by the natives.
She received a special award from King George V.
She taught the cannibals to read, work, and respect human life.
Raised fifty-one children.
World's highest peak
Everest
name for the height above sea level
altitude
name for the higest peak of a mountain
summit