Leslie Simpson

Name ID 565

See also

Turner, Myles My Serengeti Years
Page Number: 033a
Extract Date: 1920

Leslie Simpson at Klein's camp

In about 1920, Leslie Simpson, a retired American mining engineer and part-time hunter, pioneered a route for motor vehicles from Norak via Barikatabu across the Sand River, and following the northern side of the Kuka Range to a place now known as Kleinís Camp, (then called Simpson Springs).

Extract ID: 1357

See also

Amin, Mohamed; Willetts, Duncan and Marshall, Peter Journey Through Tanzania
Page Number: 130
Extract Date: 1920

a strange new contraption

Seven years later [than 1913] the American L. Simpson came in a strange new contraption known as a Model ĎAí Ford car.

Extract ID: 1358

See also

Turner, Kay Serengeti Home
Page Number: 019b
Extract Date: 1920's

Leslie Simpson and Stewart Edward White reach Seronora

Leslie Simpson, an American hunter, reached Seronora from the north and returned five years later with Stewart Edward White and two other friends. Within three months they had shot fifty-one lions in the Seronera area.

Extract ID: 950

See also

Turner, Myles My Serengeti Years
Page Number: 033c
Extract Date: 1925

Simpson and White .

In April and May 1925 Simpson brought Stewart Edward White and two friends along this route [to Seronera], and built a semi-permanent camp somewhere near the spot where the popular Seronera Wildlife Lodge now stands.

Extract ID: 1359
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