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Lake Ngami; or, explorations and discoveries, during four years’ wanderings in the wilds of South Western Africa.”
Charles John Andersson, London, Hurst and Blackett, 1856

The Okavango river; a narrative of travel, exploration and adventure.”
Charles John Andersson, London, Hurst and Blackett 1861

“Charles John Andersson. Upptäckare Jägare Krigare.”, Carlsson Bokförlag, 1994.
Bo Bjelfvenstam

Two early maps of Southern Africa – a discovery in Sweden”
Christer Blomstrand 2008

The life and work of Thomas Baines
Jane Curruthers and Marian Arnold, Fernwood Press 1995

“ I Don’t Know why I was Created. Dada Coex’ae Qgam.” Biography and catalogue raisonne of a Naro visual artist. Jenny Egner and Ann Gollifer 2011

Botswana-An Historical Anthology
Sandy Grant, Melrose books, 2012

Botswana and its National Heritage
Sandy Grant, Melrose Books, 2012.

The letters of Emma Hahn” edited by Dorothy Guedes, Namibia Scientific Society, 1992

The Trader King of Damaraland-Axel Eriksson. A swedish pioneer in Southern Afrcia”
Peter Johansson 2007

“The Birds of South West Africa, painted by Thomas Baines, 1820-1875, comprising the complete collection of ninety plates executed by Thomas Baines, together with descriptions from the text of C.J. Andersson’s ‘Notes on the birds of Damara Land and the adjacent countries of South west Africa’, with a biographical essay by R.F. Kennedy. Winchester Press, Johannesburg. 1975

“Tears for my Land”
A social history of the Kua of the Central Kalahari Game Reserve Tcq’amnqoo. Kuela Kiema 2010

“Standing on street corners, a history of the Natal Midlands region of the Black sash”

© Mary Kleinenberg and Christopher Merrett 2015
The book is by Mary Kleinenberg and Christopher Merrett. Copyright is held by the Natal Society Foundation Trust.

“Charles John Andersson- Trade and Politics in Central Namibia 1860-64”Diaries and correspondence of Charles John Andersson, Vol.2-Windhoek National Archives.
Edited by Birgitte Lau 1989

The Cartography of Exploration: Livingstone’s 1851 Manuscript Sketch Map of the Zambesi River. Elri Liebenberg, University of South Africa, Pretoria, South Africa
Terrae incognitae, Vol. 44 No. 2, September 2012, 89–109


Namibia Scientific Society, Windhoek
National Museum archives, Windhoek

South Africa:
National Archives of South Africa, Cape Town
Dorothy Dyer, Cape Town
National Library, Cape Town

Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Stockholm
Vänersborg Museum and archives, Vänersborg