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Thomas Kane Pamphlet Collection on Ethiopia/Eritrea at the Library of Congress


Each article on Ethiopia from the Thomas Kane Pamphlet Collection is identified by a specific number. Within this subject, the articles and pamphlets are organized alphabetically by the author's name. Researchers should submit a call slip with the specific subject and the number assigned. The researcher is advised to take advantage of the alphabetical arrangement of the authors of the pamphlets. Because the pamphlets are kept in a folder with all of the information about the title of the article, name of author and the subject as well as the number assigned to it, please return the article inside the correct folder after each use.

1 Baylor, Jim Ethiopia: A list of works in English   1966-1967 58 pages
2 Bell, Pamela Land Tenures in Ethiopia: Bibliography 1968 Ethiopian Bibliographical Series #1 1968 26 pages
3 Chojnacki, Stanislaw List of Ethiopian articles and publications on various topics     5 pages
4 Christos, Solomon Gebre A Decade of Ethiopian Language Publications, 1959-1969   1971 102 pages
5 Christos, Solomon Gebre List of Ethiopian Authors   1971 58 pages
6 Cohen, John M. A Select Bibliography in Rural Ethiopia   1971 Pg. 1-82
7 Leslau, Wolf List of Publications     12 pages
8 Pankhurst, Rita International Ethiopian Studies Conference I-IV, 1959-1980   1982 21 pages
9 Rossini, C. Conti Gli Studi Ethiopia in Halia Rivista Deqli Studi Ovientali.  v5 1913 Pg. 1-24
10 Rossini, C. Conti Pubblicazioni Etiopistiche Dal 1936 al 1945     132 pages
11 Strelcyn, Stefan Catalogue of Ethiopian Manuscript of the Wellcome Institute of the history of Medicine in London     29 pages
12   An Ethiopian Manuscript Microfilming Program Vanderbilt Divinity School 1976 Pg. 1-19
13   Ethiopian Outline: A Bibliographic Research Guide African Bibliographic Center, Inc. 1966 14 pages
14   Participants of the 7th International Conference of Ethiopian Studies University of Lund 26-29 April 1982 6 pages
15   Some Significant Categories of Ethiopian Manuscript Hill Monastic Library, St. John’s University