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Trade & Politics in the Niger Delta, 1830-1885. By Kenneth Onwuka Dike. Greenwood Publishing Group, February 1982.

Modern Africa: A Social and Political History. By Basil Davidson. Addison-Wesley Pub Co, March 1994.

Freedom to Roam, African American Journeys Inland from Liberia in the 19th Century.
By Dr.James Fairhead, Tim Geysbeek, Professor Svend Holso and Dr.Melissa Leach. To be published
Indiana State University Press, 2001.

Journal d'un Voyage a Temboctou et a Jenne dans l'Afrique Centrale. By Rene Caillie. Paris, 1830.

Tippoo Tib: The Story of His Career in Central Africa. By Heinrich Brode. Metro Books, December 1969.

UNESCO General History of Africa, University California Press, June 1993.

UNESCO General History of Africa, Volume VII African under Colonial Domination 1880-1935.

Sir Apolo Kagwa Discovers Britain. By Ham Mukasa. Prometheus Books, June 1976.

The History of West Africa. By J.F.A. Ajayi. Edited by Michael Crowder. Longman Group, United Kingdom, May 1987.

French Colonialism in Tropical Africa 1900-1945. By Jean Suret-Canale. Universe Pub, December 1971.

African Perspective on Colonialism (John Hopkins Symposia in Comparative History, No 15). By A. Adu Boahen. John Hopkins University Press, November 1989.

The Scramble for Africa: White Man's Conquest of the Dark Continent from 1876 to 1912. By Thomas Packenham. Avon Books, December 1992.

The Scramble for Africa (Seminar Studies in History). By Muriel Evelyn Chamberlain. Longman, July 1999.

Africa and the First World War. Edited by Melvin E. Page. St. Martin's Press, November 1987.