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David Livingstone
Project Gutenberg site, University of Pennsylvania.

Ibn Battuta
Internet History Sourcebooks Project, edited by Paul Halsall. History Department, Fordham University, New York.

On Islam
Internet History Sourcebooks Project, edited by Paul Halsall. History Department, Fordham University, New York.

Explorers of Africa
The Robinson Research World Of Knowledge.

French Colonial Expansion
Internet History Sourcebooks Project, edited by Paul Halsall. History Department, Fordham University, New York.

Rene Caillie
Internet History Sourcebooks Project, edited by Paul Halsall. History Department, Fordham University, New York.

Heinrich Barth
Discovery.

Ibn Battuta
The Great Traveller. Written by A.S. Chughtai. Published in Muslim Technologist in March 1990.

Visual tour of Ibn Battuta's life
Prepared by Nick Bartel, Horace Mann Middle School, California.

The Death of General Gordon
Internet History Sourcebooks Project, edited by Paul Halsall. History Department, Fordham University, New York.

Charles George Gordon
Encyclopædia Britannica.

Ethiopia's Decisive Victory at Adowa
Article written by Greg Blake, history teacher, Darwin, Australia.