Africa Research Central- Africa Research Central is your gateway to the archives, libraries, and museums with important collections of African primary sources.
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Afrikaans Words- This page provides the names of volunteers who are prepared to translate Afrikaans words into English. There is also a glossary of commonly used Afrikaans words in genealogy publications and there English meaning, and a summary of legal terms used in official sources.
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Direction des archives du Bénin- Archives of the Republic of Bénin. Features a catalogue of digitized archives of the slave trade. Web site in French.
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Genealogical Institute of South Africa- The Genealogical Institute of South Africa (GISA) was established to collect and preserve genealogical source material in a scientific manner and conduct genealogical research with a view to rendering a service and to publish genealogical registers and family histories of all South African families.
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Ghana GenWeb- Part of the AfricaGenWeb Project.
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Généalogie Algérie Maroc Tunisie- Cette association a été créée pour aider ses membres à retrouver leurs racines (françaises, espagnoles, minorquines, italiennes, maltaises...) et pour reconstituer l'état civil des régions d'Afrique du Nord et plus spécialement d'Algérie (in French.)
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Misc. Islamic Royal Families Genealogies- Genealogy of King Zog I of Albania, of the Pahlavid Dynasty (Iran), the Egyptian Royal Family, the Jordanian Royal Family, and the al-Qu'aiti Royal Family (Shihr and Mukalla)
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Nigeria GenWeb- Part of the AfricaGenWeb Project.
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South African Genealogy- Information on how to research your own family, regardless of where in the world you come from with specific information on how to research your genealogy and family history in South Africa.
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Thomas Philipps of Milford: Emigrant Extraordinary- In 1820 Thomas Philipps sailed from Bristol in the 'Kennersley Castle' at the head of a hopeful band of over thirty Pembrokeshire emigrants to the Cape: they were a small contingent of the so called '1820 settlers' who gave South Africa its partly British character. An article by Roland G Thorne. National Library of Wales journal. 1977, Summer Volume XX/1.
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