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These images demonstrate the dramatic ability of spectral image processing to reveal diary text that is otherwise nearly invisible to the naked eye. A portion of the printed newspaper title The Standard is visible at left. In , David Livingstone spent five months stranded in a small village in the Congo called Nyangwe.
He had run out of writing paper and had nearly run out of ink, so he improvised the materials for his diary by writing over an old copy of The Standard newspaper with ink made from the seeds of a local berry. On 15 July , while still in Nyangwe, Livingstone witnessed a massacre of the local African population by Arab slave traders from Zanzibar.
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The massacre horrified Livingstone, leaving him too shattered to continue his mission to find the source of the Nile. He traveled miles from Nyangwe — violently ill most of the way — back to Ujiji, an Arab settlement on the eastern shore of Lake Tanganyika. Here, Henry Morton Stanley, a reporter sent by The New York Herald to locate Livingstone who had been "missing" for several years and presumed dead found the Scottish explorer and purportedly greeted him with the iconic words, "Dr.
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The rest is history. The Massacre of the Manyuema Women at Nyangwe. Illustration from the Last Journals Livingstone ,2:opposite Today, the first phase of the Livingstone Spectral Imaging Project — a unique transatlantic collaboration between scholars, scientists and educational and archival institutions — has completed its work on the diary. The complete original text is now made available worldwide as a free online resource. Instead of the saintly hero of Victorian mythology, the individual who emerges from the pages of the diary is passionate, vulnerable, and deeply torn about the violent events developing around him.
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