A further collection of links from the "History Sourcebooks Project" by Paul Halsall, supported by the History Department of Fordham University, New York. The site offers you a collection of links to ressources on "Islam in Africa", taken from the "Internet Islamic History Sourcebook". [editors ilissAfrica]
This website was created by Tim Spalding, the inventor of LibraryThing. It offers a broad collection of links to online resources on Soundiata Keita, Mansa Musa, the Kingdom of Mali and other historical data from this region. You will further find some material on the controversy around this topic, as well as some material for teachers.
"In cooperation with the Title VI National Resource Centers for African Studies, CAMP has embarked on initiatives to work together with institutions in Africa to preserve materials on microfilm for historians in Africa and North America." You can access the catalogue to view the metadata of the microforms.
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Website created by Colin Darch, Colin Darch, a documentalist and historian of Mozambique. The website offers a big collection of newspaper clippings about the contemporary history of Mozambique between about 1960 and 2002. Besides the newspaper articles, which also contain interviews, you will equally find photographs. The articles are sorted by topic (see table of contents). ... [editors ilissAfrica]
"Africa through a lens is a set of thousands of images taken from a broader photographic collection of Foreign and Commonwealth Office images, held at The National Archives. Starting with some ... early photographs from the 1860s, the images span over 100 years of African history. These images are now available, for the first time, to view online." ... [according to site editor’s information]
"The Passavant collection is an outstanding and unique collection of 274 photographs from West and Central Africa held by the Basel Ethnographic Museum (Museum der Kulturen). These photographs documenting the coastal area between Sierra Leone and Angola (including the islands of Madeira and Tenerife) were taken mostly by African photographers between 1870 and 1885. They were purchased and brought back to Europe by Carl Passavant, a young Basel citizen, from two voyages he had undertaken to West and Central Africa between 1883 and 1885." The collection is held by Basel Ethnographic Museum. ... [according to site editor’s information]
"The Archive aspires to include all the figurative African objects in books, periodicals, catalogues, newspapers, and other publications appearing in 1920 and earlier - the oldest dates to 1591. The Archive does not include postcards or pamphlets of limited distribution, and focuses exclusively on figurative art. It is based mainly on the James J. Ross library augmented by publications from the libraries of Yale University and a few other institutions." ... [according to site editor’s information]
"The Rwanda Documents Project was started by Professor Peter Erlinder of William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul, Minnesota as a result of his work as a defense attorney at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. The goal of the Project is to collect and make available primary source materials from international and national agencies, governments, and courts that relate to the political and social history of Rwanda from 1990 to the present. " ... [according to site editor’s information]
This website offers many free e-books and other fulltexts. Here, you get linked to the result of the search for "Africa" (limited to "only fulltexts"). Of course, you can also search for your own keywords. For Africa, you will find books dating back to the early 19th century. [editors ilissAfrica]