In the heat of its climate Senegambia ranks with Egypt and Nubia.
Sancho, a stringed instrument from Senegambia, Western Africa.
Thus no little progress has been made in consolidating the French possessions in Senegambia with those on the coast of Guinea.
"The world has not the equals of Senegambia for beauty," said Van Dorn.
No doubt it was some part of the coast of Senegambia, but what one?
In Senegambia the women live by themselves, rarely with their husbands, and their sex is virtually a clique.
The chief trade of Senegambia is in the gums which the acacia forests yield.
Their Flora, however, offers no special character, and does not materially differ from that of Guinea and Senegambia.
They are also nearer to the same than they are to the Blacks of the Senegambia.
"Le Roman d'un Spahi," a record of the melancholy adventures of a soldier in Senegambia, belongs to 1881.