1891 Jungle Tales Of Tarzan

Date January 25, 1891 full moon
Event:  Tarzan made an unrecorded visit to Mbonga's village to watch the natives dance and to steal arrows and supplies.
Source:  Although ERB did not include this event in his writings the date is based on the author's own descriptions.  ERB consistently tells us in many many passages throughout Tarzan Of The Apes and Jungle Tales Of Tarzan that Tarzan goes to Mbonga's village on the full moon to watch the natives dance and to replenish his arrows and other needs. 
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Date:  February 23, 1891 full moon
Event:  Tarzan made an unrecorded visit to Mbonga's village to watch the natives dance and to steal arrows and supplies.
Source:  Although ERB did not include this event in his writings the date is based on the author's own descriptions.  ERB consistently tells us in many many passages throughout Tarzan Of The Apes and Jungle Tales Of Tarzan that Tarzan goes to Mbonga's village on the full moon to watch the natives dance and to replenish his arrows and other needs.
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Date:  March 25, 1891 full moon
Event:  Tarzan made an unrecorded visit to Mbonga's village to watch the natives dance and to steal arrows and supplies.
Source:  Although ERB did not include this event in his writings the date is based on the author's own descriptions.  ERB consistently tells us in many many passages throughout Tarzan Of The Apes and Jungle Tales Of Tarzan that Tarzan goes to Mbonga's village on the full moon to watch the natives dance and to replenish his arrows and other needs.
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Date:  April 24, 1891 full moon
Event:  Tarzan made an unrecorded visit to Mbonga's village to watch the natives dance and to steal arrows and supplies.
Source:  Although ERB did not include this event in his writings the date is based on the author's own descriptions.  ERB consistently tells us in many many passages throughout Tarzan Of The Apes and Jungle Tales Of Tarzan that Tarzan goes to Mbonga's village on the full moon to watch the natives dance and to replenish his arrows and other needs.
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Date:  May 23, 1891 full moon
Event:  Tarzan made an unrecorded visit to Mbonga's village to watch the natives dance and to steal arrows and supplies.
Source:  Although ERB did not include this event in his writings the date is based on the author's own descriptions.  ERB consistently tells us in many many passages throughout Tarzan Of The Apes and Jungle Tales Of Tarzan that Tarzan goes to Mbonga's village on the full moon to watch the natives dance and to replenish his arrows and other needs.
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Date:  June 22, 1891 full moon
Tarzan made an unrecorded visit to Mbonga's village to watch the natives dance and to steal arrows and supplies.
Source:  Although ERB did not include this event in his writings the date is based on the author's own descriptions.  ERB consistently tells us in many many passages throughout Tarzan Of The Apes and Jungle Tales Of Tarzan that Tarzan goes to Mbonga's village on the full moon to watch the natives dance and to replenish his arrows and other needs.
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Date:  July 21, 1891 full moon
Tarzan made an unrecorded visit to Mbonga's village to watch the natives dance and to steal arrows and supplies.
Source:  Although ERB did not include this event in his writings the date is based on the author's own descriptions.  ERB consistently tells us in many many passages throughout Tarzan Of The Apes and Jungle Tales Of Tarzan that Tarzan goes to Mbonga's village on the full moon to watch the natives dance and to replenish his arrows and other needs.
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Date:  August 19, 1891 full moon
Event:  Tarzan searches for God at Mbonga's village.
Source:  Again ERB offers no exact date, but he does provide hints that The God Of Tarzan  occurs very shortly after A Fight For The Bula.  These hints were in the describing of Gazan.  "It was the wail of a tiny balu."  "Teeka's baby."  "its soft baby hair."  ERB-Jungle Tales Of Tarzan.
     Tarzan being at the village suggest that he is there to steal arrows and to watch the natives dance, as is his habit.  This we have shown occurs on a full moon.  The full moon date is provided by U.S.Naval Observatory Astronomical Applications Department's Phases Of The Moon.
Event:  Tarzan rescues Gazan from Hista, the snake.
Source:  The following day.  ERB-Jungle Tales Of Tarzan.

Date:  September 18, 1891 full moon
Event:  Tarzan made an unrecorded visit to Mbonga's village to watch the natives dance and to steal arrows and supplies.
Source:  Although ERB did not include this event in his writings the date is based on the author's own descriptions.  ERB consistently tells us in many many passages throughout Tarzan Of The Apes and Jungle Tales Of Tarzan that Tarzan goes to Mbonga's village on the full moon to watch the natives dance and to replenish his arrows and other needs.
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Date:  October 17, 1891 full moon
Event:  Tarzan made an unrecorded visit to Mbonga's village to watch the natives dance and to steal arrows and supplies.
Source:  Although ERB did not include this event in his writings the date is based on the author's own descriptions.  ERB consistently tells us in many many passages throughout Tarzan Of The Apes and Jungle Tales Of Tarzan that Tarzan goes to Mbonga's village on the full moon to watch the natives dance and to replenish his arrows and other needs.
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Date:  November 16, 1891 full moon
Event:  Tarzan made an unrecorded visit to Mbonga's village to watch the natives dance and to steal arrows and supplies.
Source:  Although ERB did not include this event in his writings the date is based on the author's own descriptions.  ERB consistently tells us in many many passages throughout Tarzan Of The Apes and Jungle Tales Of Tarzan that Tarzan goes to Mbonga's village on the full moon to watch the natives dance and to replenish his arrows and other needs.
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Date:  December 15, 1891 full moon
Event:  Tarzan kidnaps 10 year old Tibo, the son of Momaya and Ibeto.
Source:  No dates are given but by ERB's descriptions of Gazan we know not a great amount of time has passed.  "little balu."  "Just now the apeling was developing those arboreal tendencies which were to stand him in such good stead during the years of his youth, when rapid flight into the upper terraces was far more importance and value than his undeveloped muscles and untrained fighting fangs."  ERB-Jungle Tales Of Tarzan.
     Assuming the Mangani and gorilla's are basically on the same evolutionary scale we can closely measure the time passage by Gazan's growth.  According to Dian Fossey, author of Gorilla's In The Mist, "By the fourth month the baby was able to totter away from the mother for distances up to ten feet, though most gorilla infants remain within arms reach - some six feet - of their mothers until about six months old."
     Since Tarzan was at the village it suggest that he was there to steal arrows and watch the natives dance.  That, we have shown, occurs on the full moon.  The full moon date is provided by the U.S. Naval Observatory Astronomical Applications Departments Phases Of The Moon.
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Date:  December 22, 1891
Event:  Tarzan notices a change in Tibo.
Source:  "After a week."  ERB-Jungle Tales Of Tarzan



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