Handbooks for Foreign Genealogical Research
Africa and the Middle East
1. Stewart, Roma Jones.
Liberia genealogical research / by Roma Jones Stewart. --
Chicago : Homeland Publications, c1991. -- 50 p. : map.
CS1722 .S74 1991 <LH&G>
Includes bibliographical references (p. 19-34).
In seven parts the book discusses available records, historical
background of the American Colonization Society, genealogical and
historical societies, record repositories, how to get started on
research, and several case studies.
1. Lombard, Roelof Theunis Johannes 1931-.
Handbook for genealogical research in South Africa / R.T.J.
Lombard. -- Pretoria : Human Sciences Research Council, Institute
for Historical Research, 1984. -- 164 p. : ill. -- (Genealogy
publication ; no. 6)
CS1593 .L65 1984 <LH&G>
Discusses repositories including the State Archives, Cape
Archives Depot, and Government Archives, as well as
ecclesiastical sources, offices of the supreme court, registrars
of deeds and vital records, museums, and libraries.
2. Major genealogical record sources in South Africa / the
Genealogical Department of the Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-Day Saints. -- Salt Lake City : The Department, 1976,
c1977. -- 17 p. : col. map. -- (Series K ; no. 1)
CS1593 .M35 1976 <LH&G>
Chiefly tables. Bibliography: p. 17.
Presents a brief historical overview with notes to the
historical map. Tables list general types of records available
for the seventeenth through the nineteenth centuries. Also listed
are specific types of records for specific periods, the
availability and data contained therein.