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Includes rare and important documentary texts on sub-Saharan Africa such as reports of voyages, explorations, colonial conquests and military campaigns, as well as descriptions of native societies encountered.

Authors represented include Alexandre d’Albeca, Charles Alluaud, Amelineau, Samuel White Baker, Cagnat et Saladin, Edmond Cotteau, Gallieni, de l’Harpe, de Lanoye, Guillaume Lejean, Lenfant, David Livingstone, de Mathuisieulx, Francois Ricard, Henry Stanley, and Verschuur. Works of applied African linguistics, ethnosociology, and geography are included, as are works on exploration and conquest of Sudan, Niger, Madagascar, Morocco, Egypt, Burkina Faso, Gabon, Ethiopia, Somalia, and other nations.

Please inquire for a complete title list.

Volume I, 16th Century to 1800
419 fiche

Volume II, 1801-1899
286 fiche

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