Frederick Stanley Arnot (1858 – 1914) was a Scottish missionary who, inspired by Livingstone, did much to establish missions in what are now Angola, Zambia and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).
Garenganze: Or Seven Years' Pioneer Mission Work In Central Africa by Frederick Stanley Arnot (1889) is an account of missionary activities at the Garenganze Evangelical Mission, located in the Katanga Province of the Belgian Congo. It is written in diary form and features several hunting episodes. Free eBook
Missionary Travels In Central Africa by Frederick Stanley Arnot (1914) is a rewrite and update of his earlier 'Garenganze' book about his travels in central Africa. From originally saying he was distressed by hunting when he first got to Africa, he became a keen hunter and very good at it. Free eBook
Bihé And Garenganze: Or, Four Years Work And Travel In Central Africa by Frederick Stanley Arnot (1893) is the account of Arnot's further 4 years in the Congo. Free eBook
Garenganze, West And East: A Review Of Twenty-One Years' Pioneer Work In The Heart Of Africa by Frederick Stanley Arnot (1902) as the title suggests this book was written as an update and review of all the missionary work in Garenganze. Free eBook