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    Tanzanian prime minister designate Julius Kambarage Nyerere is carried on supporters' shoulders from Government House in Dar es Salaam during celebrations to mark Tanganyika's forthcoming independence (December 1961). (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images). 


    Reference Books

    For this project, start with the more general reference books in the geography section. Look for the history of your country and who colonized it.  Choose a topic from the culture or government sections, and narrow your search.  Once you have gathered some information, go to the Online Resources and the books in our collection to search more specifically.  

    World Book Encyclopedia of People and Places
    Call Number: REF 910.3 PEO

    Worldmark Encyclopedia of the Nations
    Call Number: REF 903 WOR

    Encyclopedia of World Geography
    Call Number: REF 910.3 ENC

    Latin American History and Culture
    Call Number: REF 980.003 LAT

    Lands and People
    Call Number: REF 910 LAN

    Countries and their Culture
    Call Number: REF 910.3 COU

    Statesman's Yearbook
    Call Number: REF 310.5 STA

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