The DLT Reference Library

Explore the reference library of the David Livingstone Birthplace Museum.

You can search or browse our 661 items in our reference library.

Researchers can also Request Reference Library Visit in person to review items from our reference library.

Example searches: Africa Answers Back, RLDLB 233, and Keywords.

Note: Many of these historical texts contain racist and colonial language and imagery. David Livingstone Birthplace recognises that within our society there are groups and individuals that have been and continue to be discriminated against.
Africa Answers Back
Khama, The Great African Chief
David Livingstone: The Weaver Boy Who Became a Missionary
Coillard of the Zambezi
Some Wild Flowers of Kenya
Women of Tropical Africa
Mainane Tswana Tales
The Livingstones at Kolobeng 1847-1852
Kiepert's Aequatorial Ost-Afrika
Beads and Beadwork of West and Central Africa
David Livingstone Who is the Bravest?
Dijo Le Dijana
Vehicles of Botswana
The Great Rift
The Story of Medicine and Disease in Malawi
Selim Aga A Slave's Odessey
No Easy Way
Indaba, My Children
Mosuba Tyha
Livingstone 1873-1973
暗黒のアフリカ探検リビングストン (Expedition  to Deep Africa - Livingstone)
Missionary Discourses of Difference
Beloved Partner Mary Moffat of Kuruman
The Participatory Museum
Lunch with Livingstone
Art and Craft of Southern Africa
Black Nile
African Designs
Victorian Factory Life
The Wonder of It
Mwana Wa Mnzanko
Kokha Mcheperawakalulu
Zambia Museum Papers 1: A Contribution to the Ornithology of Zambia
Zambian Museum Papers 2: Kamangoza, An Introduction to the Iron Age Cultures of the Victoria Falls Region
Zambia Museum Papers 3: Kumadzulo, An early Iron Age Village Site in Southern Zambia
David Livingstone
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