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Childhood and Youth in African History: Getting Started

Key Resource

International historical statistics, Africa, Asia & Oceania, 1750-1993 / B.R. Mitchell. London : Macmillan Reference ; New York : Stockton Press, 1998. ALEX REF HA4675.M552 1998

About this Guide

This guide serves as a starting point for research on the history of childhood and youth in Africa. You will find a variety or print and electronic sources, as well as information about libraries and archives in the New York Metro Region with substantial holdings of materials on Africa.

If you have any questions or would like to consult with a librarian about your research, please get in touch with Melissa Gasparotto, Librarian for African Studies at the Alexander Library 732.932.7129 x124

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