The Austrian antiquarian bookshop Kainbacher offers you two e-books, a bibliography about "Africa literature about geography and travelling 1486-1945" and a bibliography about Austrian researchers and travellers in Africa before 1945". [editors ilissAfrica]
AfricaBib is the culmination of twenty-five years of Africana research.The site consists of three bibliographic databases covering Africana periodical literature (Bibliography of Africana Periodical Literature Database), African Women's literature (African Women's Database) and the Women Travelers Bibliographical Database (Women Travelers, Explorers and Missionaries to Africa: 1763-2004: A Comprehensive English Language Bibliography). Everything is free of charge.
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Digitalised publications in the field of African Studies that are not avalailable on the bookmarket any more due to limited copies that were originally published. Among them »Barbot's West African Vocabularies« from about 1680 but also J. D. Fage's »A Guide to Original Sources for Precolonial Western Africa Published in European Languages« from 1994. Full-text searching for the electronic-facsimile texts is based on uncorrected OCR (Optical Character Recognition) results. A project of the University of Wisconsin Libraries. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
NGO that realises development projects in Equatorial Guinea. It bears the Name of Manuel Fermín Iradier y Bulfy (1854-1911), a Spanish explorer in Africa (Equatorial Guinea). Hence you will also find some information on Iradier on this site. [editors ilissAfrica]
This site offers you a database containing the Frobenius Institute's digitised Rock Art Archive, Ethnographic Pictural Archive and the Photo Archive. The database has many different research possibilities, including, among others, a search for regions, ethnic groups, picture technique, picture author and much more. [editors ilissAfrica]
This site presents the field research diaries of French archeologist and African Studies scientist Raymond Mauny. For the moment, you will find online the diary of his first trip to Mauritania in 1951. You can see the scans of the original manuscript diary (including photographs) as well as a transcription.