Includes three volume print guide entitled African Biographical Index. Contains around 113,000 biographical entires referring to approximatley 75,000 individuals from the time of the pharaohs to the late 20th century. This set is a microform version of the contents of 231 works of collected biography published 1840-1993 in several western languages. The 56 titles published prior to 1960 emphasize non-African persons who travelled in or colonized Africa.
Includes a Guide to this microfilm collection.
Reel 1: The role of military assistance; regional arms control arrangement; and challenge and response to internal conflicts.
Reel 2: Communism in Sub-Sahara, the role of U.S. assistance programs in developing indigenous leadership in East Africa; political parties and U.S. military assistance to Africa; and the Agency for International Development (AID) Economic Data Book for Africa.
Reel 3: Mining and petroleum laws of the world; Africa; civil-military relations in Nigeria, Zaire (DR Congo), and Ethiopia adn their impace on U.S. national security interests; the Organization of African Unity and peacekeeping; mineral industries of Africa; Sino-Soviet involvement in Africa; U.S. security interests and options in Central Africa; Black Africa as a source of essential materials for the U.S.; and the Sahel Development Program.
Reel 4: Military sales and the increasing U.S. role in Africa; seaport dependence and interstate cooperation; congressional presentation for fiscal year 1981; insurgency and revolutionary warfare in Algeria (1954-1962).
Reel 5: Aid spring review and land reform in Algeria, Tunisia, and the United Arab Republic; the Soviet Union and Angola; psychological phenomena (such as witchcraft, sorcery, and others) on military operations and the U.N. peacekeeping in the Congo (1960-1964).
Reel 6: Effect of Haile Selassie's death on U.S. foreign policy in East Africa; Eritrea and the Soviet-Cuban connection; historical patterns oand the Soviet Policy in the Horn of Africa; impact of population assistance and the role of science and technology in the economic development of Ghana; Army Roles Missions and Doctrines in Low Intensity Conflict (ARMLIC) in Kenya; aid spring review of land reform in Kenya and Nigeria.
Reel 7: Insurgency for the Kenya police; Kenya's relations with its bordering states; the Maltese-Libyan entente in the Mediterranean Basin; Namibia in 1979 as another Angola; civil-military relations in Nigeria and Tanzania; a study of Rhodesia; economic development of South Africa; Black South Africans and apartheid.
Includes a Guide to this microfilm collection. From the John Carter Brown Library at Brown University. This project serves as an introduction to the history of Africans in the Americas, from the first direct shipment of slaves across the Atlantic in 1518, to the last known shipment to Cuba in 1864. It presents a variety of perspectives, including those of slave merchants, plantation owners, merchants, ship captains, slaves and abolitionists.
Includes 2 reels.
Cape Town. Includes 47 reels.
Includes a Guide to this collection. The collection contains 505 reels divided into 24 parts.
Part 1: West Africa (Sierra Leone), 1803-1880. 27 reels.
Part 2: West Africa (Sierra Leone), 1820-1880. 18 reels.
Part 3: Nigeria-Yoruba, 1844-1880. 17 reels.
Part 4: Nigeria-Yoruba, 1844-1880. 17 reels.
Part 5: West Africa (Sierra Leone), 1820-1880. 17 reels.
Part 6: Nigeria-Niger, 1857-1882. 12 reels.
Part 7: Sudan, 1905-1949. 21 reels.
Part 8: Nigeria-Yoruba, 1880-1934. 23 reels.
Part 9: Nigeria-Yoruba, 1880-1934. 23 reels.
Part 10: Nigeria-Niger, 1881-1934. 36 reels.
Part 11: Nigeria-Niger, 1880-1934 and Nigeria-Northern Nigeria. 20 reels.
Part 12: West Africa (Sierra Leone), 1881-1934. 26 reels.
Part 13: West Africa (Sierra Leone), 1935-1949 and Nigeria Missions, 1935-1942. 32 reels.
Part 14: Egypt, 1889-1934. 17 reels.
Part 15: Egypt, 1889-1949. 14 reels.
Part 16: South Africa, 1836-1843, Kenya, 1841-1888 and Nyanza, 1876-1882. 28 reels.
Part 17: Kenya, 1880-1934. 29 reels.
Part 18: Kenya, 1880-1934. 29 reels.
Part 19: Tanganyika, 1900-1934, Nyanza, 1880-1886 and Rwanda, 1933-1934, 13 reels.
Part 20: Uganda, 1898-1934. 17 reels.
Part 21: South and East Africa, 1935-1949. 29 reels.
Part 22: Uganda. 22 reels.
Part 23: Uganda, Tanganyika and Rwanda, 1935-1949. 25 reels.
Part 24: Mauritius, Madagascar, and the Seychelles, 1856-1929. 20 reels.
Includes a Guide to this collection. The collection includes 3 reels.
Includes a Guide to this collection linked to microfilm record. Entire collection includes 76 reels.
Part 1 (reels 1-25): Early travel, accounts by women, and women's experiences in India, Africa, Australasia, and Canada.
Collection complete in 40 reels.
Includes a Guide to the collection. The collection includes 68 reels.
Part 1: 1945-1949, Internal affairs and foreign affairs (14 reels)
Part 2: 1950-1954, Internal affairs and foreign affairs (23 reels)
Part 3: 1955-1959, Internal affairs and foreign affairs (14 reels)
Part 4: 1960-Jan 1963, (17 reels)
Includes 14 reels. Includes register and despatches from U.S. ministers to Liberia.
Includes print Index to this collection. Entire collection includes 14 reels. Content contains newspaper clippings, articles, pamphlets, and publications of the African colonial government, 1893-1949.
Collection contains 3 reels. Located in the Anthropology Library.
Find using Call number MICROFILM 19120. Includes collections for more than 49 African countries with collection in alphabetical order. Some reels contain more than one country's census. Mostly 20th century census with some countries including 19th century census counts as well.
Includes a Guide to this collection. 31 reels are included in the collection.
Includes a Guide to this collection. Microfilm set is housed in remote storage at SRLF and avaiable by request.
Collection contains 2 reels.
Collection contains 5 microfiches.
Includes a print Guide in 2 volumes to this collection. Contains 439 microfiche. Provides a record of changing U.S. responses to historical events in South Africa. Comprises 2,594 documents totaling 13,000 pages.
Collection comprises 1 reel.
Includes a Guide for this collection. The collection contains 1 reel.
Includes a Guide to this collection. The collection includes 10 reels.
Collection contains 11 reels.
The collection includes 7 reels including a guide as part of the collection. Communications over a wide range of economic and social issues, especially those related to the eradication of the African slave trade and to various colonization projects.
Collection contains 20 reels.
Collection contains 1 reel.
Collection contains 7 reels.
Collection contains 5 reels.
Collection contains 1 reel.
Collection contains 33 reels.
Includes a Guide for this collection. 4 reels are included in the collection.
Includes a Guide for this collection. 23 reels comprise the collection.
Includes a Guide for this collection. 1 reel comprises the collection.
Includes a Guide for this collection. The collection has 1 reel.
Includes a Guide for this collection. One reel comprises the collection. Mostly instructions to and despatches with a few enclosures from diplomatic and consular officials. Also, includes memoranda by the Department of State officials and correspondence with private individuals.
Collection contains 1 reel.
Includes a Guide for this collection. 189 microfiche comprise the collection.
Inclues a print Guide for this collection. The collection contains 711 microfiche.
Additional Materials in Microform:
Berkeley is a member of The Cooperative Africana Materials Project (CAMP) founded in 1963, a joint effort by research libraries throughout the world and the Center for Research Libraries (CRL) to promote the preservation of publications and archives concerning the nations of Sub-Saharan Africa and to make these materials in microform available to researchers. UC Berkeley current affiliates have interlibrary borrowing privileges to these substantial holdings.