The Historical Text Archive: Electronic History Resources, online since 1990 Bringing you digitized history, primary and secondary sources
HTA Home Page | Links | Africa

This subcategory contains 44 links

  • A History of Africa(49 clicks)
    From the World History Archives of Haines Brown.
  • A Narrative of the life of James Albert Ukawsaw Gronniosaw...(59 clicks)
    A narrative of the most remarkable particulars in the life of James Albert Ukawsaw Gronniosaw, an African prince, written by himself.
  • Aequatoria Archives(37 clicks)
  • Africa Info(42 clicks)
    African information. African facts, figures, flags, maps and links.
  • Africa Research Central(48 clicks)
  • Africa South of the Sahara(50 clicks)
  • Africa: Cradle of Civilization(57 clicks)
    Welcome to Africa: The Cradle of Civilization. This is an educational website for the Thinkquest Contest that is directed at the worldwide community. Through this website people all over the world can learn about the beauty of Africa. We unveil the true essence of Africa from the beginnings of humanity to the rise and fall of its great civilizations. This site covers the issues, the events, and topics concerning Africa today and in the past. We invite you to journey to a side of Africa you have never seen before, Africa: The Cradle of Civilization.
  • African Archives(46 clicks)
  • African Colonial Schoolbook Project(47 clicks)
    Publishes analyses (English and French) and full texts in French translation of African (Congolese) Colonial Schoolbooks.
  • African Culture(53 clicks)
  • African Documents(54 clicks)
    The Fourth World Documentation Project documents on Africa
  • African History(42 clicks)
  • African History on the Internet(48 clicks)
  • African National Congress(59 clicks)
    The majority party in South Africa's government
  • African Voices(44 clicks)
    "African Voices is a permanent exhibition that examines the diversity, dynamism, and global influence of Africa’s peoples and cultures over time in the realms of family, work, community, and the natural environment"
  • African World Press(49 clicks)
  • Africana & Black History(43 clicks)
    "Several thousand items ranging from historical documents and rare visual materials to contemporary photo-journalism, relating to the entirety of African American history from the 16th century to the present; selected in the course of developing the NYPL website "African American Migration Experience."
  • AJOL. African Journals Online(45 clicks)
  • Ancient Africa(45 clicks)
    from Mr Dowling's Electronic Passport
  • Ancient African Civilizations(44 clicks)
  • Art and Life in Africa Project(47 clicks)
    Contains information about African Art and Culture.
  • Centre Edmund Fortier - Archive(43 clicks)
    Pictures of West africa between 1900-1910.
  • Electronic Journal of Africana Bibliography Vol. 1(46 clicks)
    Guides, Collections and Ancillary Materials to African Archival Resources in the United States by John Bruce Howell.
  • Gateway to African Studies on H-NET(49 clicks)
    rich resources
  • H-AfResearch(47 clicks)
    "H-AfResearch encourages discussion of issues surrounding the use of primary sources in African humanities and social sciences research." From H-NET.
  • H-West-Africa(54 clicks)
    "H-West-Africa is free and open to everyone with an interest in the West African history and culture."
  • Hannibal(48 clicks)
    Hannibal is a name that evoked fear among the ancient Romans for decades. His courage, cunning and intrepid march across the dangerous Alps in 218 BCE with his army and war elephants make for some of the most exciting passages found in ancient historical texts written by Polybius, Livy, and Appian. And they continue to inspire historians and archaeologists today. The mystery of his exact route is still a topic of debate, one that has consumed Patrick Hunt (Director of Stanford’s Alpine Archaeology Project) for more than a decade. This course examines Hannibal’s childhood and his young soldierly exploits in Spain. Then it follows him over the Pyrenees and into Gaul, the Alps, Italy, and beyond, examining his victories over the Romans, his brilliance as a military strategist, and his legacy after the Punic Wars. Along the way, students will learn about archaeologists’ efforts to retrace Hannibal’s journey through the Alps and the cutting-edge methods that they are using. Hunt has been on foot over every major Alpine pass and has now determined the most probable sites where archaeological evidence can be found to help solve the mystery. Presented by the Stanford Continuing Studies Program.
  • History At Nok-Benin(46 clicks)
    History at Nok-Benin is dedicated to exploring the origin of black history, Illustrated with concise and precise history of Africa, America, Asia, Europe and their Philosophy.
  • History of Sub-Saharan Africa(41 clicks)
  • Internet African History Sourcebook(58 clicks)
    "On this site historical sources on the history of human societies in the continent of Africa are presented, when available, without making prejudgements about what is 'African'."
  • K-12 Electronic Guide for African Resources on the Internet(45 clicks)
    "The aim of this guide is to assist K-12 teachers, librarians, and students in locating on-line resources on Africa that can be used in the classroom, for research and studies. This guide summarizes some relevant materials for K-12 uses available on the African Studies WWW. The African Studies Web also contains information that is not listed in this guide. The resources included in this guide are accessible via the African Studies Web server; or through 'hyper links' to other Africa-related databases at institutions worldwide."
  • King Tut One(49 clicks)
    Resource center for Ancient Egypt; includes pharaohs, queens, pyramids and much more.
  • MANSA/Mande Studies Association(53 clicks)
    The Mande Studies Association is a multidisplinary group with interests in the Mande region of West Africa.
  • Mbira(50 clicks)
  • Oliver and Fage, A Short History of Africa.(52 clicks)
    For purchase. The free edition is no longer.
  • SaveAslave(52 clicks)
    Inform and educate the world about present day slavery.
  • Speaking with Vampires: Rumor and History in Colonial Africa(47 clicks)
    Scholarly book by Luise White
  • The Living Africa(42 clicks)
    Produced by students from 3 countries. Includes photos.
  • The Scramble for Africa(43 clicks)
  • The Story of Africa(49 clicks)
    BBC presents the history of Africa from an African perspective.
  • University of Pennsylvania Africa Studies Center(54 clicks)
    The premier site in the U.S.
  • USAfrica Online(64 clicks)
  • Wonders of the African World(43 clicks)
  • WoYaa!(40 clicks)
    More than history. Searchable.