Cameroon Collections

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Publications


Publications focused on the following languages: Kako, Lamnso', Koonzime, Mofu-Gudur, Makaa, Kom (Cameroon), Nomaande, Mundani, Karang, Nugunu (Cameroon), Meta', Daba, Mbuko, Ngiemboon, Zulgo-Gemzek, Ejagham, Bafut, Akoose, Cameroon Mambila, Muyang, Gude,…

Languages of Cameroon


Publications focused on the languages of Cameroon: Abar Adamawa Fulfulde Aghem Agwagwune Ajumbu Aka Akoose Akum Ambele Atong (Cameroon) Awing

Language Clusters


Linguists group languages together because they are similar to various degrees. These similarities are due to the historical development from an earlier "parent" language. One such grouping, called "genetic classification,"…

West Africa – Topographic Maps


The collection consists of maps of   Abong Mbang, Lomie, N'zerekore, Seguela, Daloa, Soubre, Sassandra, Bouake, Agnibilekrou, Sunyani, Mampong, Dimbokro, Abengourou, Kumasi, Koforidua, Grand Lahou, Abidjan, Aboso, Accra, Takoradi, Ibadan, Lagos,…

Africa, West – Topographic Maps


Maps of Abong Mbang, Lomie, N'zerekore, Seguela, Daloa, Soubre, Sassandra, Bouake, Agnibilekrou, Sunyani, Mampong, Dimbokro, Abengourou, Kumasi, Koforidua, Grand Lahou, Abidjan, Aboso, Accra, Lagos, Keta, Ngaoundere, Baibokoum, Kouki, Yoko, Betare…