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If I remember correctly, "Kota Kota" was the scene of an important meeting between David Livingstone and Juba?, a major Arab trader (of slaves?). I think there's a tree in the town which is still pointed to (has a plaque?) as the meeting place. Anybody know more? JackyR 16:55, 13 March 2006 (UTC) There's some ref to Robert Laws' correspondence with "the Jumbe of Kota-Kota (c 1885-1890)", at the National Library of Scotland. JackyR 17:16, 13 March 2006 (UTC)
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