Monday, February 12, 2007

Books Stolen from Northwestern

From a post to Ex-Libris:

The following books have been stolen from the Herskovits Library of African Studies at
Northwestern University Library. Should anyone have information about any of these books, please contact: David Easterbrook, Curator of the Herskovits Library at 847-491-4549 or via email at dleaster [at] northwestern.edu

1. Galibert, Leon. L’Algerie ancienne et moderne… Paris, 1854.
2. Genty de Bussy, Pierre. De l’etablissement des francais dans la regence d’Alger… Paris, 1839.
3. La Faye, Jean Baptiste de. Voyage pour le redemption des captifs, aux royaumes d’Alger et de Tunis… Paris, 1721.
4. La Faye, Jean Baptiste de. A voyage to Barbary for the redemption of captives… Now first
English ed. from the French original. London, 1735.
5. Lieussou, Aristide. Etudes sur les ports de l’Algerie. Paris, 1850.
6. Martin, Maria. History of the captivity and sufferings of Maria Martin… N.Y., 1913.
7. Renaudot. Alger. Tableau du royaume, de la ville Alger… 4th ed. Paris, 1830.
8. Renault, B., ed. Histoire pittoresque de l’Afrique francaise… Paris, 1847.
9. Rumigny, Marie Theodore Gueilly. Essai sur la Province d’Alger… Paris, 1841.
10. Salame, Abraham. A narrative of the expedition to Algiers in the year 1816… London, 1819.
11. Walker, Thomas H. B. The presidents of Liberia. Jacksonville, Fla., 1915.
12. Africa redeemed: or, the means of her relief illustrated by the growth and prospects of Liberia. London, 1851.
13. Bayley, Solomon. A brief account of the colony of Liberia. (Wilmington, DE., 1829?)

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