Encyclopedia of Twentieth-Century African History. (Ref 960.03 Z37) London: Routledge, 2003.
New Atlas of African History. (Ref 911.6 F877) New York: Simon & Schuster, 1991.
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Africa Revisited - Text of a report on the early history of Africa, ending with the heading "Colonial architecture."
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African Studies Internet Resources - From Columbia, a definitive site for both Africanists and people interested in Africa. Huge.
African Studies WWW - From the University of Pennsylvania, a variety of links that can connect to resources related to history, as well as other subjects, such as anthropology, religion and human rights. Searchable.
Africaresource.com - Offers a more contemporary look at modern Africa. Includes oral history (under Voices), data resources, bibliographies, and much more. Many links point to e-journals.
Africa South of the Sahara - Many subject headings relating to the history of Africa! Pages of annotations. From Stanford University libraries.
Country Studies: Africa - From the Library of Congress. Check the dates for currency.
Encyclopedia of African History and Culture. (Ref 960.03 P146) New York: Facts on File, 2001.
Encyclopedia of African Peoples. (Ref 301.03 D540) New York: Facts on File, 2000.
Historical Dictionary of Egypt. (Ref 962.003 G572) Lanham, MD: Scareacrow, 2003.
The Story of Africa: African History from the Dawn of Time - A BBC special report, organized chronologically.
Africa Contemporary Record: Annual Survey and Documents. (Ref 960.3 Af83) New York: Africana Publishing, Irregular.
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Leave None to Tell the Story: Genocide in Rwanda - Report dated April, 2004. From Human Rights Watch.
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