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Confidential Print: Africa, 1834-1966
Confidential Print: Africa 1834-1980
(1834-1966) British Government documents, including diplomatic dispatches, correspondence, investigative reports, treaties, and more, dating from the initial period of British colonization through the first years of African national independence. "Confidential prints" are British government documents generated by the Foreign and Colonial Offices, marked "confidential," and circulated to other Foreign Office officials as well as to the Cabinet and heads of British missions abroad. Useful for research on historical, political, social, and economic topics.
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Diplomatic dispatches, correspondence, investigative reports, treaties, and more; useful for research on a wide variety of historical, political, social, and economic topics.
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This guide is a starting point for doing research in Africana Studies. It includes links to research tools, tutorials, search tips, and more.
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