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09 October 2015

Africa. Register

AFRICA.

ALGERIA. Independent 1962. Sources: WorldCat checked to 1845.

Alger. Bastide. 1837-1845. Bookseller and publisher. Libraire-E´diteur 1845. Partner in Brachet et Bastide. Imprints: WorldCat (2015).

Alger. Besancenez, A. 1845. Printer. Imprints: WorldCat (2015).

Alger. Bourget, A. 1843-1845. Publisher. Imprints: WorldCat (2015).

Alger. Brachet et Bastide. 1837-1845. Printers. Imprints: WorldCat (2015).

Alger. Bureau Topographique. 1840. Publisher. Imprints: WorldCat (2015).

Alger. Crescenzo. 1839? Printer. Imprints: WorldCat (2015).

Alger. Daumont, Alexandre. 1835-1836. Printer. Imprints: WorldCat (2015).

Alger. Direction Centrale des Affaires Arabes. 1845. Publisher. Imprints: WorldCat (2015).

Alger. Dubos. 1841. Publisher. Imprints: WorldCat (2015).

Alger. Imprimerie civile et militaire. 1836-1838. Publisher. Imprints: WorldCat (2015).

Alger. Imprimerie du Gouvernement. 1832-1845. Printer. Imprints: WorldCat (2015).

Alger. Jourdan. 1835. Publisher. Imprints: WorldCat (2015).

Alger. Luxardo et Guende. 1834. Publishers. Imprints: WorldCat (2015).

Alger. Parcellier, M. 1832. Publisher. Cabinet de lecture 1832. Imprints: WorldCat (2015).

Alger. Philippe, J.-B. 1835. Publisher. Imprints: WorldCat (2015).

Alger. Vaison, H. 1840. Printer. Imprints: WorldCat (2015).

Blidah. Tissot et Roche. 1845. Printers. Imprints: WorldCat (2015).

Bu¯la¯q. S?a¯h?ib as-Sa?a¯da al-Abadiyya. 1837 = 1253 h. Mat?ba?at. Imprints: WorldCat (2015).

Oran. Mekki, B. 1844. Publisher. L'E´cho D'Oran. Imprints: WorldCat (2015).

Oran. Sadoux, L. 1845. Printer. Imprints: WorldCat (2015).

ANGOLA. Independent 1975. Sources: WorldCat checked to 1899.

Benguella. West Central African Mission. 1887-1889Publisher. Imprints: WorldCat (2015).

Huilla. Typographia da Missa~o. 1897. Printer.

Kamundongo. West Central African Mission, American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. 1892-1898.

Loano. Noaro, L. 1898. Publisher. Imprints: WorldCat (2015).

LUANDA. Loanda. Printing recorded 1849. .

Luanda. Typographia Luso-Africana de J. Simoes d'Abreu. 1890-1891. Printer. Imprints: WorldCat (2015).

Luanda. Abreu, J. Simoes d'. 1890-1891. Printer. Imprints: WorldCat (2015).

Luanda. Associac¸a~o Commercial de Loanda. 1894. Publisher. Imprints: WorldCat (2015).

Luanda. Cunha & Sobrinho. 1892. Printers. Imprints: WorldCat (2015).

Luanda. Francina, C. Castro. 1889. Publisher. Imprints: WorldCat (2015).

Luanda. Imprensa do Governo. 1849-1871. Printer. Elementos grammaticaes da lingua Nbundu.

Luanda. Imprensa Nacional. 1876-1894. Printer. Imprints: WorldCat (2015).

Luanda. Jornal de Loanda. 1881Printer. Imprints: WorldCat (2015).

Luanda. Mercantil. 1872-1881. Printer. Imprints: WorldCat (2015).

San Salvador do Congo. Baptist Missionary Society, San Salvador Station. 188-?. Sources: WorldCat (2015)

San Salvador do Congo. Edwin Wade Printing Press, Baptist Missionary Society1899. Sources: WorldCat (2015)

ASCENSION. Dependency (Great Britain).

Ascension. [s. n.]. 1862. Publisher. Captain Barnard's report on the state of cultivation of the island of Ascension, 18th June 1862. Sources: COPAC.

Captain Barnard's report on the state of cultivation of the island of Ascension, 18th June 1862. - Ascension, 1862. Sources: WorldCat (2015).

BENIN. Independent 1960. Formerly Dahomey 1960-1975. Unidentified imprints: 1892, 1893. Worldcat checked to 1899.

Dahome? Imprimerie de la Mission Catholique. 1897. Sources: WorldCat (2015).

Porto-Novo. Imprimerie du gouvernement. 1892-1900. Sources: WorldCat (2015).

Porto Novo. Wesleyan Mission. 1891. Sources: WorldCat (2015).

BOTSWANA. Independent 1966. Sources: WorldCat checked to 1899.

GABORONE. Fort Gaberones. Printing recorded in 1890s.

Gaborone. Aasvogel. Fort Gaberones, [Gaberone] Botswana The Aasvogel. Newspaper 189-?

BURKINA FASO. Independent 1960. Formerly Upper Volta 1960-1984. Sources: WorldCat to 1920.

Journal officiel de la Re?publique de Haute Volta. 1920 , Ouagadougou : Imprimerie du gouvernement 1919 BURUNDI. Independent 1962.

CAMEROON. Independent 1960. Sources: WorldCat to 1899.

Cameroons. Baptist Mission Press. 1852-1868.

Cameroons. Mission Press. 1861-1872. Jubilee Station, Bimbia. Dunfermline Press. 1846-1848.

Bothel. Devonport Press. 1848.

CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC. Independent 1960.

CHAD. Independent 1960. Sources: WorldCat to 1920 (no imprints found)

COMOROS. Independent 1975. In 1980s many items printed in Antananarive. Sources: WorldCat to 1978.

Moroni. Imprint recorded 1968.

Moroni. Promo al camar. 1970?

Moroni? Presidence, Service des archives et de la documentation. 1976.

Mamoutzou?, Mayotte. Conseil général. 1977?- Recueil des délibérations du Conseil général.

Moroni. Comores Service des douanes. 1973.

Moroni. Etat comorien, Centre national Plan finances méthodes. 1977.

Moroni. République fédérale et islamique des Comores, Ministe\re de la production et de l'industrie, Laboratoire d'agronomie. 1978.

Moroni. Agence Comores Presse. 1978. Publisher. .

CONGO REPUBLIC. Independent 1960. Also known as Congo-Brazzaville. Formerly French Equatorial Africa 1910-1960.

Brazzaville.s.n.. 1908. Publisher. Cours du Congo et tracés de navigation entre Brazzaville et Liranga : carte dressée par Mgr Augouard évêque du Haut-Congo français et le Rd père Leray capitaine du "Léon XIII". - Scale : 1:50 000. - Publisher(s) : [Brazzaville : s.n.], 1908. - Authors: Philippe-Prosper Augouard and François Leray.

CONGO DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC. Independent 1960. Formerly Zaire 1971-1997 ; Republic of the Congo (Léopoldville) 1960-1964 ; Belgian Congo 1908-1960.

Chroniques de Stinkopolis, redigées par Irneh-bin-Desireh. Le´opoldville : E´ditions de l'Avenir colonial belge 1932.

Léopoldville. E´tat indépendant du Congo. 1904.

Léopoldville. B.M.S. 1934. Publisher. Njembo na koyembela Njambe. - Léopoldville-Est : B.M.S. 1934.

Léopoldville. Editions du C. E. P. 1961. Publisher. Les Fils des Saints : mystère en cinq actes / François Bolongo. - Léopoldville : Editions du C. E. P., 1961.

Léopoldville. Imprimerie Elite. 1955. Printer and publisher. D'Homme à homme / Jean-Marie Domont. - Léopoldville : Imprimerie Elite, (1955).

Léopoldville. Institut géographique du Congo Belge. 1955. Publisher. Prix-courant au 1er janvier 1955 / Institut géographique du Congo Belge = Prijslijst op 1 januari 1955 / Geografisch Instituut van Belgisch-Kongo. - Léopoldville : Institut géographique du Congo Belge, 1955.

L'exposition d'enseignement religieux à Léopoldville. Le Pape Pie XII et l'enseignement du catéchisme. La Biblie, la liturgie et la vie. Les moyens d'intuition dansl'enseignement religieux. Le catéchisme par le chant. Comment enseigner la grâce? Cas de conscience sur les examens de baptème. Un livre..."Aspcects contemporains de la Pastorale de l'enfance"/ / Sigismondi P.Nsombi Michel. Izia Crispin. Guya Jospeh. Mbambu Ignace. Bokolo Jacques. Denis Léopold. Denoel Paul. Léopoldville : Imprimerie Le courrier d'Afrique, 1954.

Message of the Congo Jubilee and West Africa Conference : Leopoldville, Congo Belge, Africa, September 15 to 23, 1928 / by Dr. and Mrs. Henri Anet. Leopoldville : Conseil Protestant du Congo 1929.

Petite géographie du Congo belge et du Ruanda-Urundi : aperçu sommaire de l'Europe et de l'Afrique. 7me édition. Léopoldville-Ouest : Procure École professionnelle [between 1920 and 1940?.

Recommandations presentées par les conférences ... a` Léopoldville : Mutoto et Elisabethville, Congo Belge, 1934. Le´opoldville-ouest : Conseil Protestant du Congo [1934.

CABO VERDE. Independent 1975.

DJIBOUTI. Formerly French Territory of Afars and Issas 1967-1977, French Somaliland 1883-1967.

Djibouti. Centre I.F.A.N. 1948. Publisher. Trois flottilles de la VIième dynastie des Pharaons. - Djibouti : Centre I.F.A.N , 1948.

Djibouti. Société d'études de l'Afrique orientale. 1966. Pub;isher. POUNT. Bulletin de la Société d'études de l'Afrique orientale. Année 1 (1966)-. - Djibouti : Société d'études de l'Afrique orientale 1966-.

EGYPT. Sovereign state.

ALEXANDRIA. El-Iskandariya, Alexandrie. Printing recorded 1798. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842) ; Mellot (2004).

Alexandria. Imprimerie nationale Alexandria. Marcel, Jean-Joseph. 1776-1854. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Bulak. Printing recorded 1822. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

CAIRO. Egypt. al-Qahirah, Caire, Le Caire. French printing in 1798. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Cairo. Printing recorded 1798. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Cairo. al-Masâbikî. 1821. Printer. A Syrian, first director of the Bulâq. Sources: Mermier (2012).

Cairo. Aurel, Marc. 1775-1834. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Cairo. Bulâq. 1821. Printer. One of the major Arab presses, set up during reign of Muhammad Ali. Sources: Mermier (2012).

Cairo. Imprimerie nationale. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Cairo. Marcel, Jean-Joseph. 1776-1854. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Gizeh. El-Gizeh.

Gizeh. Printing recorded 1800. Sources: Timperley (1842).

Gizeh. Imprimerie nationale. Sources: Mellot (2004).

Gizeh. Marcel, Jean-Joseph. 1776-1854. Sources: Mellot (2004).

EQUATORIAL GUINEA. Independent 1968.

ERITREA. Independent 1993. Federated with Ethiopia 1952-1993. British protectorate 1941-1952.

ETHIOPIA. Independent 1941.

GABON REPUBLIC. Previously Gaboon. Independent 1960. Formerly French Equatorial Africa 1910-1960. WorldCat checked to 1899.

Gabon : Me´quignon-Marvis : Croullebois, 1821.

Gabon. Press of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. 1844-1864.

Libreville : A la socie´te´ pour la propagation des livres de l'enfer ; Bruxelles : Gay, 1866.

Talaguga : [American Presbyterian Mission Press?], 1889.

Libreville. Nassau, R. H. 1893-1898.

Libreville. Imprimerie du Gouvernement. 1894.

Libreville. Mission Catholique. 1898?

GHANA. Independent 1957. Formerly Gold Coast. WorldCat checked to 1860.

Accra. Coffie, J. T. 1895/1900. Printer. The Gold Coast express. - Accra, Gold Coast, West Africa : Printed at the "Express" Office by J.T. Coffie, [1895-1900?]. - Sources: WorldCat.

Accra. Cole, Samuel Sylvanus. 1876-1895. Government printer. Catalogue of natural productions, arts, manufactures &c., for the International Exhibition of 1876, at Philadelphia, United States of America . - [Accra, Ghana] : Samuel Silvanus Cole, government printer, Gold Coast, Western Africa , [1876]. General orders, rules and regulations relative to the Gold Coast Police. - Accra : Printed at the G.P.O. by Samuel Silvanus Cole, 1894. Standing regulations of the Ashanti Expedition, by Herbert Eversley Belfield. - Accra, Gold Coast, Printed at the Government Printing Press by S.S. Cole, 1895. - Source: WorldCat.

Accra. Gold Coast Constabulary. 1890. Publisher. Regulations for the dress of the officers of the Gold Coast Constabulary. - Accra : Gold Coast Constabulary, 1890. Sources: WorldCat.

Accra. Government Printer. 1843-1875. Printer. Blue book. - Gold Coast : Government Printer , 1843-1846. Government gazette. - Accra : Government Printer , 1875. Sources: WorldCat.

Accra. Presbyterian Book Depot. 1883-. Publisher. Christian messenger : Ghana's oldest Christian newspaper, Presbyterian Church of Ghana. - Accra : Presbyterian Book Depot, 1883-. Sources: WorldCat.

Cape Coast Castle, 1843-1844.

Cape Coast Castle. Cooling, William. 1822-1823. Printer. 1822-1823: Royal Gold Coast gazette and commercial intelligencer.

GAMBIA. Independent 1965. Formerly British colony 1843-1965. Sources: WorldCat to 1899.

[Bathurst, Gambia : s.n.] 1828.

Gambia : E.A.M. Smith, Colonial Printer, Government House, 18-- [check].

Bathurst : Govt. print. 1869.

Bathurst, Gambia : Govt. Printer, 1888? Ordinances, rules, regulations, proclamations, etc. of the colony of the Gambia. GUINEA. Sovereign state. Formerly French West Africa 1904-1958.

GUINEA-BISSAU. Independent 1974. Formerly Portugese colony 1879-1973.

IVORY COAST. Independent 1960. Formerly French colony 1889-1960.

KENYA. Independent 1963. Formerly British colony.

Malindi|Kenya|Portuguese.

Nairobi. Caxton (B.E.A.) Printing and Publishing Co. 1917. Printers. A microcosm of Empire (British East Africa) : a political, racial and economic study / by Alexander Davis.

Nairobi. Government Printer. 1919. Printers. Report of the Land Settlement Commission.

Nairobi. Swift Press. 1919. Printers. Evidence of the Education Commission of the East Africa Protectorate, 1919.

LESOTHO. Independent 1966. Formerly Basutoland, British colony 1871-1966.

LIBERIA. Independent 1847. Formerly United States dependency 1821-1847.

Cape Palmas. Press of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. 1843-1844.

Monrovia. Force, Charles L. 1826. Printer. Liberia Herald [issue from Thursday, February 16, 1826 in Marian S. Carson Collection, Library of Congress]. - Monrovia, Cape Merado (West Africa) : Charles L. Force, printer, 1826. - Sources: WorldCat.

Monrovia. Jayne, W.P. 1840. Printer. Trial of the suit instituted by the collector of Customs for the port of Monrovia against the Superintendent of the Liberia Mission of the "Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church" : before the Supreme Court of Liberia in session at Monrovia, Sept. 4th and 5th, 1840 : with most of the pleadings, by W N Lewis and John Seys. - Monrovia : M.E.M. Press, W.P. Jayne, Pr., 1840. - Sources: WorldCat.

Monrovia. Methodist Episcopal Mission Press. 1839-1840. PublisherAfrica's luminary. Methodist Episcopal Church. Missionary Society newspaper. - Sources: WorldCat.

Monrovia. Minor. 1838. Publisher. The Basa spelling book, by William Y Crocker. - Sources: WorldCat.

Monrovia. Teague, Hilary. 1843. Publisher. Constitution and laws of the Commonwealth of Liberia : including an abstract of legal principles and rules, with an appendix of forms by Liberian Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Transportation. - Monrovia, Liberia : Hilary Teage, 1843. - Sources: WorldCat.

LIBYA. Independent 1951.

MADAGASCAR. Independent 1960. Printing recorded c.1825. WorldCat checked to 1850.

Antananarivo. Tananarivou ; Tananarive. Printing recorded 1825. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Antananarivo. Tananarive, Imprimerie Officielle. 1939.

Antananarivo. London Missionary Society. 1828-1836. Printers. Variant imprints include: No tentai'ny ny Fanerena Misionary, 1833 ; Tontai'ny tamy ny Fanerena 'ny London Missionary Society, 1833 ; No tontai' ny tamy ny fanere 'ny ny London Misioneiry Sosaity, 1834.

Antananarivo. Kitching, R. 1835. Printer. Printed at the Press of the London Missionary Society, by R. Kitching, 1835.

MALI. Independent 1960. Formerly French West Africa 1904-1959. WorldCat checked to 1920.

Bamako : Impr. du Gouvernement, 1906-1921.Journal officiel du Haut-Se´ne´gal-Niger.

MOROCCO. Independent 1956.

Ceuta. Printing recorded 1817. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Tanger : avec les types d'A. Ponthenier de Ge^nes, 1820.

En Tanjer en la oficina tipogra´fica Alcuzcuziana 1241 d. la H. [1825.

Tanger : A. Pierre, 1835.

Rabat, Typ. Echo du Maroc, 184-.

Rabat : Socie´te´ d'e´tudes e´conomiques, sociales et statistique [1848?.

Oran [Algeria] Adolphe Perrier 1858.

Tetua´n [El Eco de Tetua´n] 1860-.

Tetua´n : Imp. de Garci´a y Contillo´ a cargo de F. Salazar, 1860-1861.

Mikna¯sat al-Zaytu¯n : al-Mat?ba?ah al-Sa?i¯dah, 1282 [1865.

Fez. 1864. Printer. Offical state press set up by sultan Mohammed IV from confiscated equipment introduced into the country. Sources: Mermier (2012).

Fez. [s. n.]. 1516. Printers. Jewish refugees who had worked for the printer Rabbi Eliezer Toledano in Lisbon.

MAURITANIA. Independent 1960.

MAURITIUS. Independent 1968. Printing recorded 1833. WorldCat checked to 1850.

Port-Louis. Baker, E. 1842-1846. Printer. .

Port-Louis. Bureau Central a` l'Imprimerie Lithographique. 1847. Lithographic printer. .

Port-Louis. Cerne´en. 1836-1850. Printer. Port-Louis, Mauritius : Cerneen Office, 1839.

Port-Louis. Deroullede, G. 1832. Publisher. Port-Louis. Devaux, V. 183-?-1848. Lithographic printer and publisher. Lithographic Establishment of V. Devaux.

Port-Louis. Government Printer. 1813-1868. Printer. .

Port-Louis. Imprimerie de l'isle de France. 1811. Printer. .

Port-Louis. Mallac fre`res. 1822-26. Publishers. .

Port-Louis. Mallac, Tristan et Cie. 1826. Printers. Imprimeurs du gouvernement 1826.

Port-Louis. Mauricien. 1839-1849. Printer. Imprimerie du Mauricien.

Port-Louis. Saunois, Pierre. 18--. Printer. Mauritius the Ile-de-France. Sources: Clair, chronology.

Port-Louis. Vallet. 1833. Printer. imprimeur du gouvernement 1833.

MALAWI. Independent 1964. Formerly Nyasaland, British colony 1891-1964. WorldCat checked to 1899.

Bandawe`, Nyasaland?] 1892. [Mission established in Kondowe 1878. Moved to Bandawe 1881-1894, retuned to Kondowe 1894.

BLANTYRE. .

Blantyre. Blantyre Mission Press. 1888-1919.

Blantyre. Central African Times Press. 1895.

Domasi. Domasi Mission Press. 1896. Printer. Imprints: WorldCat (2015).

Livingstonia or Knodowe. Mission Press. Printed at the Mission Press, 1890-1896.

Malawi Livingstonia or Kondowe Livingstonia : [s.n.].

Likoma : Universities' Mission Press, 1896-1899. Printer. Imprints: WorldCat (2015).

Songani, Zomba, British Central Africa : Hynde & Stark, 1895-1897.The Central African planter.

Zomba [British Central Africa, i.e. Malawi] : British Central Africa Gazette, 1894-.

Zomba, Zambia : Domasi Mission Press, 1902.

Zomba : Government Printer, 1864.

MAYOTTE. Overseas department and region of France.

MOZAMBIQUE. Independent 1975. Portuguese printers possibly as early as 16th century.

Lourenco Marques? Spanos & Tsitsias. 18--?.

Lourenco Marques. Imprensa Nacional de Mocambique. 1832-1868.

Beira. Africa Oriental.

NAMIBIA. Independent 1990. South African mandated territory 1971-1989. Formerly German South West Africa.

Rooibank. Formerly Scheppmansdorf. Printing recorded 1855.

Rooibank. Kleinschmidt, Franz Heinrich. 1855-1868. Publisher. On 29 June 1855, Protestant missionary Kleinschmidt published 300 copies of Luther's catechism in the Nama language which represent the first printed works in that tongue. Political unrest seems to have prevented further printing activities. The press was reported as being functional as late as 1868, but whether printing was resumed is unknown.

Windhoek. Geschke. 1925. Publisher. Die Anwendung ku¨nstlicher Nährstoffe für Ackerbau und Viehzucht in Südwest-Afrika : 8 Aufsätze, Paul Range. Sources: WorldCat.

Windhoek. Kaiserliches Gouvernement. 1910-1914. Publisher. Protokolle über die Sitzungen des Landesrates für das Deutsch-Südwest-Afrikanische Schutzgebiet. - South-West Africa : Kaiserliches Gouvernement , 1910-1914.

Windhoek. Meinert, John, Ltd. 1922-1930. S.-W.-A.-Farmer. (1922). The laws of South West Africa. (1922-) C. Frey and Ansley Watts.A regional geography of South West Africa : with special notes and appendices for teachers. (1924). Sources: COPAC ; WorldCat.

Windhoek. Rohloff, Franz. 1907. Publisher. Lange, Friedrich. Deutsch-Südwest-Afrika : Kriegs- und Friedensbilder : 100 original Aufnamen. Sources: WorldCat.

Windhoek. Swakopmunder Buchhandlung. 1903-1925. Publisher. Nachrichten des Bezirksverein Windhuk (1903-1904). The laws of South West Africa, 1915-1922, by A J Waters (1923). Sources: COPAC ; WorldCat.

Windhoek. Verlag der Kreis. 1912. Publisher. Demokritos africanus, pseud. Im Affenland; Reimereien aus Südwest. Publisher: Berlin : Kolonie und Helmat. Sources: WorldCat.

Windhoek. Windhuker Druckerei. 1918. Printer. Farmwirtschaftliche Vereinigung Okahandja. Bedingungen und Geschäftsordnung der Farmwirtschaftlichen Vereinigung Okahandja. Sources: WorldCat.

WindhoekDeutsche Evangelisch-Lutherische Kirche in Südwestafrika, Kirchenbundesrat. 1930-. Publisher. Afrikanischer Heimatkalender, 1930-. Sources: WorldCat.

WindhoekLüdinghausen, H.Rademann. 1925. Publisher. Omahungi omajapuke : uoviungura via Mukuru. Omahungi omajapuke : uoviungura via Mukuru. In Herero. Sources: WorldCat.

Windhoek> Afrikanischer Heimatkalender. 1930-. Publisher. Sources: WorldCat.

NIGERIA. Independent 1960. Formerly British colony 1906-1960. WorldCat checked to 1860.

Abbeokuta : Printed at the Abbeokuta Press, 1860.

Old Calabar [Nigeria] : Printed at the Mission Press, 1848-1857.

Lagos : C.M.S. Press, 1860.

Old Calabar [Akwa Akpa, Nigeria] : Printed at the mission Press, 1848.

NIGER. Independent 1960. Formerly French colony 1922-1958.

PRINCIPE. See Sao Tome.

REUNION. Overseas department and region of France.

Bourbon.Île Bourbon. . Printing recorded 1821. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

RWANDA. Independent 1962.

SOUTH AFRICA. Independent 1961. Formerly British colny.

Betheldorp. Printing recorded 1827. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Bielitz : Im Verlage des k.k. Staats-Obergymnasiums, 1875.

Cape Town. Field Intelligence Department. 1902. Cape Town. Government Printer. 1799. Printer. South Africa. Governor. 1798-1799 : Dundas. By Francis Dundas. Source: ESTC.

Cape Town. Ritter, Johann Christian. 1795. Printer. A German. Almanach voor't jaar 1796. The possibility of printing may be as early as 1784 when Ritter arrived in the Cape but no earlier output has surfaced. Ritter is also said to have printed Almanacs for 1795 to 1797 suggesting a start to printing of 1794.

Cape Town. Solomom, Saul. 1883.

Cradock. Bold, J. S. 1861. Printer. First printed book in Afrikaans. Louis Henri Meurant, Zamenspraak tusschen Klaas Waarzegger en Jan Twyfelaar over het onderwerp van afscheiding tusschen de Oostelyke en Westelyjke Provincie.

Johannesburg. Chemical and Metallurgical Society of South Africa. 1903.

Johannesburg. Kelvin Publications Ltd. 1909.

Keiskammahoek. Saint Matthew's Mission. 1902. Printer. (Keiskama Hoek).

Kuruman. London Missionary Society's Press. 1894.

Maquasse. Printing recorded 1826. Sources: Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Mariannhill, Natal. [s. n.]. 1890.

Paarl. D. F. du Toit. 1879. C. P. Hoogenhout, Eerste Afrikaanse printjies boeki vir soet kinders (earliest children’s book.

Pietermaritzburg. Natal museum.

Vryburg. Government Printers. 1888-1893. Printers. Townshend & Son,

Vryburg. Townshend & Son. 1888-1893. Printers. Government Printers.

SEYCHELLES. Sovereign state.

SAINT HELENA. British dependency. Printing recorded 1810, 1825. Sources: Clair, chronology ; Cotton (1831) ; Timperley (1842).

Jamestown. Coupland, J. 1810. Printer. Sources: Clair, chronology.

SIERRA LEONE. Independent 1961. Formerly British colony.

SENEGAL. Independent 1960. Formerly part of French West Africa

Dakar. Imprimerie de la Mission. 1855-1862. Printers. Dictionnaire Français - Wolof et Wolof - Français. (1855). Principes de la langue Wolofe par les Missionnaires de la Congrégation du S. Esprit et du Saint Coeur de Marie (1855). Catéchisme en français et en volof à l'usage du prévicariat de la Sénégambie et de la préfecture du Sénégal. (1860). Catéchisme pour les adultes français-Volof, à l'usage du prévicariat de la Sénégambie et de la préfecture du Sénégal (1862). - Database: WorldCat.

Dakar. Imprimerie Ternaux. 1913. Printer. Justice indigène : instructions aux administrateurs sur l'application du de´cret du 16 aou^t 1912. - Dakar : Imp. Ternaux, 1913.

Saint-Louis. Imprimerie du Gouvernement. 1856-1887. Moniteur du Sénégal et dépendances : journal officiel, 1re année, n° 1 (16 mars 1856)-32e année, n° 1671 (29 déc. 1887). - Saint-Louis (Sénégal) : Impr. du Gouvernement, 1856-1887. - Database: WorldCat.

Saint-Louis. Imprimerie du Gouvernement. 1888-1895. Printer and publisher. Journal officiel du Sénégal et dépendances. année 33 (1888)-année 103 (1958). - Saint-Louis (Sénégal) : Impr. du Gouvernement , 1888-1958. Established 1856. Source: WorldCat ; BNF.

SOMALIA. Independent 1960.

SOUTH SUDAN. Independent 2011. Previously part of Sudan.

SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE. Independent 1975. Formerly Portugese colony 1493-1975

São Tomé and Príncipe. Fernandes, Valentim. 1494. Printer. Early German printer. Dubious: made a map of Sao Tomé, but probably printing in Lisbon, not Africa.

SUDAN. Independent 1956.

SWAZILAND. Independent 1968. Formerly British colony.

Dar-es-Salaam. Printing recorded 1892. Sources: WorldCat.

Dar-es-Salaam. Government Printer. 1920. Printer and publisher. Ordinances, proclamations, etc., by Tanganyika administration. - [Dar es Salaam, Tanganyika : Govt. Printer, 1920]. - Database: WorldCat.

Dar-es-Salaam. Richter, W. 1896. Publisher. Swahili-Sprachfu¨hrer, by Walter von St Paul-Jllaire. - Dar-es-Salaam : W. Richter, 1896. - Database: WorldCat.

Moshi. Church Missionary Society's Station. 1892. Printer. Imprints: Worldcat.

TANZANIA. Independent 1964. Formerly British colony. Previously German East Africa.

TOGO. Independent 1960. Formerly autonomous republic within the French Union 1957-1960, administered under British and French mandates 1918-1957. German colony 1884-1918.

TUNISIA. Independent 1956. Formerly French colony. Printing introduced by the French abbé François Bourgade in 1845 but it was short-lived. Sources: Mermier (2012).

Tunis. Bourgade, François. 1845. Printer. First printer in Tunisia but the press was short-lived. Sources: Mermier (2012).

Tunis. Mohammed Bey. 1857. Printer. Succeeded by Sadok Bey. Sources: Mermier (2012).

Tunis. Sadok Bey. 1860. Printer. Succeeded by Mohammed Bey. Set up the official Tunisian printing house. Sources: Mermier (2012).

UGANDA. Independent 1962. Formerly British colony.

Entebbe. Government Printer. 1912. Printer and publisher. An account of insects injurious to economic products and their control by C C Gowdey; Uganda Protectorate. Department of Agriculture. - Entebbe : Printed by the Government Printer, 1912. - Database: WorldCat.

Entebbe. Government Printing Office. 1902. Printer and publisher. Report on sleeping sickness, by Aubrey D P Hodges. - Entebbe : Government Printing Office , 1902. - Database: WorldCat.

Entebbe. Govt. Printer. 1911?-1953?. Printer and publisher. Law reports, containing cases determined by the High Court of Uganda by Uganda High Court. - [Entebbe] : Printed by the Govt. Printer, Uganda, [1911?-1953?]. - Database: WorldCat.

Entebbe. Uganda protectorate. 1903. Publisher. The Cultivation, preparation, etc. of native products in Uganda, by Uganda Protectorate administration. - Entebbe : Uganda protectorate, 1903. - Database: WorldCat.

Entebbe. Uganda Protectorate. 1908-. Publisher. The Official Gazette of the Uganda Protectorate. - Entebbe : Uganda Protectorate , 1908-. - Database: WorldCat.

Kampala. Cameron, A. D. 1917. Publisher. Uganda volunteers and the war. - Kampala, A.D. Cameron, 1917. - Database: WorldCat.

Kampala. Department of Agriculture. 1914. Publisher. Cotton cultivation, by Uganda Department of Agriculture. - Kampala [Uganda] : Issued by the Dept. of Agriculture, 1914. - Database: WorldCat.

Kampala. Mengo planters. 1917. Publisher. A brief account of the most important agricultural pests of Uganda, by C C Gowdey. - Kampala : Mengo planters, 1917. - Database: WorldCat.

Kampala. Nsambya. 1919]Eene beknopte geschiedenis van het apostolisch vicariaat von den Boven-Nijl Uganda, by John Henry Mary Biermans, Bp. of Gargara. - Kampala : Nsambya, [1919]. - Database: WorldCat.

Kampala. Uganda Print. and Pub. Co. 1918. Printer and publisher. Ekitabo kye mpisa za Baganda, by Sir Apolo Kagwa. - Kampala, Uganda Print. and Pub. Co., 1918. - The customs of Baganda in the Luganda language. - Database: WorldCat.

Kampala. Uganda Survey Department. 1920. Printer and publisher. Map of Eastern Province, by Uganda Survey Department. - [Kampala] : Uganda Survey Dept., 1920. - Database: WorldCat.

Mengo. [s.n.]. 1900-1901. Printer. Mengo Notes 1900-1901.. - Mengo, Uganda : [s.n.], 1900-1901. - Database: WorldCat.

Mengo. A.K. Press. 1905? Printer and publisher. Ekitabo ky'ekika kya nsenen the history of the Grasshopper clan, by Sir Apolo Kagwa. - Mengo, Uganda, A.K. Press [1905?]. - Database: WorldCat.

Mengo. hurch Missionary Society Industrial Mission. 1902. Printer and publisher. Uganda notes. - Mengo [Uganda] : Printed at the C.M.S. Industrial Mission, [1902]-. - Database: WorldCat.

Natete. Church Missionary Society Mission Press. 1887. Printer and publisher. Enjiri Eyawandikibwa Matayo, by Alexander Murdoch Mackay. - Natete, Uganda : C.M.S. Mission Press], 1887. - Database: WorldCat.

ZAMBIA. Independent 1964. Formerly Northern Rhodesia. WorldCat checked to 1910.

Fort Jameson? North-Eastern Rhodesia Administration Press. 1908? Printer. .

Kalomo. North Western Rhodesia Lands Office. 1905. Publisher. .

Livingstone. Moore, L. F. 1906-. Newspaper printer. Livingstone mail.

Livingstone. Government printer. 1910. Printer. .

Livingstone. Administration Press. 1910. Printer. Printed at the "Administration Press".

Fwambo. Livingstonia Mission Press. 1891. Printer. Imprints: Worldcat.

LUSAKA. Printing recorded 1911.

Lusaka. Government Printer. 1911-1964. Printer. Official publications include: Government gazette. - Lusaka : Government Printer, 1911-1964. Ordinances of Northern Rhodesia. - Lusaka : Government Printer, 1925-. Sources: WorldCat.

ZANZIBAR. Independent 1963. Not yet checked.

Zanzibar. al-Matba'ah al-Sultaniyah. 1880-1883. Printer. Imprints: Worldcat.

Zanzibar. Central African Mission. 1884. Printer. Imprints: Worldcat.

Zanzibar. English Church Mission. 1865. Printer. Imprints: Worldcat.

Zanzibar. Mission catholique. 1887. Printer. Imprints: Worldcat.

Zanzibar. Mission des P. P. du St Esprit. 1891-1893. Printer. Imprints: Worldcat.

Zanzibar. Mission House. 1875. Printer. Imprints: Worldcat.

Zanzibar. Notre-Dame de Bagamoyo. 1881. Imprimerie de la mission. Imprints: Worldcat.

Zanzibar. Universities Mission Press. 1872-1891. Printer. Imprints: Worldcat.

ZIMBABWE. Independent 1980. Formerly Southern Rhodesia. WorldCat checked to 1910.

BULAWAYO. Printing recorded 1889.

Bulawayo. Argus Printing and Publishing Co. 1889-1911. Publisher. Official publications include: Orders in council, High Commissioner's proclamations and notices. African game. The order : Ungulata, 1898. The Bulawayo chronicle. - Bulawayo, Matabeleland : Printed and published by the Argus Printing and Publishing Co., 1897-1906. Sources: WorldCat.

Bulawayo. Bulawayo Public Library. 1908. Publisher. Catalogue of the lending and reference departments.

Bulawayo. Goldfields of Matabeleland Ltd. 1896. Publisher. Fletcher and Espin's Map of Matabeleland, by P. Fletcher and W. M. Espin. - Bulawayo : by the Goldfields of Matabeleland Ltd, Aug. 1 1896. Sources: WorldCat.

Bulawayo. Miller, T. Maskew. 1898. Publisher. Also in Cape Town. The Mission that failed! A tale of the raid & other poems reprinted from the "Owl," etc. by Edgar Wallace. - Cape Town ; Bulawayo : T. Maskew Miller, 1898. Sources: WorldCat.

Bulawayo. Norris-Newman, C. L. 1894. Publisher. Matabeleland news and mining record.

Bulawayo. Platnauer. 1893? Stationer and newsagent. General plan of Bulawayo Township. - Bulawayo : Platnauer's, stationer and news agent, [1893?]. Sources: WorldCat.

Bulawayo. Rhodesia Printing and Publishing Co. 1894-. Printer. The Buluwayo chronicle. - Buluwayo, Matabeleland : Rhodesia Print. & Pub. Co., 1894-. Sources: WorldCat.

Bulawayo. Rhodesia Review Co. 1894-1898. Publisher. The Rhodesia weekly review of men, mines, and money. - Bulawayo : Rhodesia Review, [1894?]-. Political reorganisation : a study towards Rhodesian self-government, by J. Mudie Thomson. - Bulawayo : Rhodesia Review Co., 1898. Sources: WorldCat.

Source: WorldCat.

Bulawayo. Times Printing Works. 1897. Printer. From ox-waggon to railway; being a brief history of Rhodesia and the Matabele nation, by A Boggie. - Bulawayo, "Times" printing works, 1897. Sources: WorldCat.

Bulawayo. Wallenstein, W. F. 1894-1899. Publisher. The Matabeleland times and mining journal. - Bulawayo : W.F. Wallenstein, 1894-1899. Sources: WorldCat.

HARARE. Formerly Salisbury to 1962. Printing recorded 1892. WorldCat checked to 1902.

Harare. Argus Printing and Publishing Co. 1892-1902. Printer and publisher. The Rhodesia herald. - Salisbury, Mashuanaland : Argus Print. and Pub. Co., 1892-1978. British South Africa Company government gazette, 1894-. The diet of native labourers : a lecture read before the Rhodesia Scientific Association Salisbury Branch, at Salisbury, Rhodesia, 25th April, 1902, by Joseph Millerd Orpen. - Salisbury, Rhodesia : Argus Print. and Pub. Co., 1902. Sources: WorldCat.

Harare. British South Africa Company. 1896-1898. Publisher. The statute law of Southern Rhodesia : (From the charter to December 31, 1898.). - Salisbury, Rhodesia : British South Africa Company, 1898. Sources: WorldCat.

Harare. Government Printer 1889. Printer. .

Mutare. Umtali advertiser. 1893-. Newspaper. .

Tuli. Hayles, Herbert. 1892-. Newspaper printer. Rhodesia Chronicle and Mashonaland Advertiser.


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