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Book chapterBetham-Edwards, Matilda B. (1880)
Alexandrine Tinne, African Explorer
In: Betham-Edwards, Matilda. Six Life Studies of Famous Women. New World Book Manufacturing. p. 41-86.

Periodical articleBooms, P.G. (1878)
Een maarschalk van het tweede keizerrijk en eene fransche kolonie: studiŽn over Algerije
Abstract presentBijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde van Nederlandsch-IndiŽ. p. 113-324.

BookHerbert, Mary E. (1878)
A Saint in Algeria
Margaret Bergesio (1809-1875). By Lady Herbert. London: Burns and Oates. 64p.

BookStrahan, Lisbeth Gooch S'eguin (British)(1890?- ) (1878)
Walks in Algiers and Its Surrounding
London: Daldy, Isbister and Co.

BookHerbert, Mary Elizabeth (A'Court) (British)(1822-1911) (1872)
A Search after Sunshine; or, Algeria in 1871
London: Richard Bentley and Son. 265p.

BookWells, William (1871)
The Heroine of the White Nile; or, What a Woman Did and Dared. A Sketch of the Remarkable Travels and Experiences of Miss Alexandrine Tinne
New York: Carlton and Lanahan. 207p.

BookBetham-Edwards, Matilda Barbara (British)(1836-1919) (1868)
Through Spain to the Sahara
London: Hurst and Blackett. 317p.

BookEvans, Mrs. H. Lloyd (British) (1868)
Last Winter in Algeria
London: Chapman and Hall. 343p.

BookBetham-Edwards, Matilda Barbara (British)(1836-1919) (1867)
A Winter with the Swallows
London: Hurst and Blackett. 317p.

Periodical articleRohlfs, Friedrich G. (1866-1867)
Letters from Mr Gerhard Rohlfs to Sir R.I. Murchison
Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society of London. Volume 11 #1. p. 33-35.

Periodical articleRohlfs, M. Gerhard (1865-1866)
Letter from M. Gerhard Rohlfs
Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society of London. Volume 10 #2. p. 69-70.

BookRogers, Ellen M. (British)(1823- ) (1865)
A Winter in Algeria, 1863-4
By Mrs. G. Albert Rogers. London: Sampson, Low, Son, and Marston. 372p.

Periodical articlePetermann, Augustus (1864-1865)
Journey of M. Gerhard Rohlfs through Morocco and Tuat, 1863-64
Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society of London. Volume 9 #2. p. 79-80.

Periodical articleRohlfs, M. Gerhard (1864-1865)
Account of a Journey Across the Atlas Mountains through the Oases Tuat and Tidikelt to Tripoli
Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society of London. Volume 9 #6. p. 312-314.

BookCrawford, Mabel Sharman (British)(1830-1860) (1863)
Through Algeria
Authored anonymously. London: Richard Bentley. 362p.

BookDarby, Eleanor (British) (1854)
The Sweet South; or, a Month at Algiers. With a Few Short Lyrics
London: Hope. 120p.

BookPhilip, Mrs. (American) (1853)
Letters from Algiers: Containing a Brief Sketch of the City and Its Neighborhoods; Religious Customs of Its Inhabitants, etc
Edinburgh: W. Oliphant. 60p.

BookPrus, Laure (1852)
A Residence in Algeria
By Madame Prus. London: Pickering. 332p.

BookMelena, Elpis (pseud.) (1850)
Leaves from a Lady's Diary of Her Travels in Barbary
Two Volumes. Possibly authored by: M.E. Von Schwartz. London: Henry Colburn. 285/281p.

BookBroughton, Elizabeth (British) (1839)
Six Years Residence in Algiers
London: Saunders and Otley. 452p.

Periodical articleDe Falbe, Monsieur; Temple, Grenville T. (1838)
Heights Obtained during the Campaign to Kostantinah, in September, 1837
Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London. Volume 8. p. 226-227.

Periodical articleTemple, Grenville (1838)
Extracts from Notes, Made during the Campaign to Kostantinah, in September, 1837
Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London. Volume 8. p. 39-53.

BookBarnard, Sophia (British) (1820?)
Travels in Algiers, Spain, & c, & c., with a Faithful and Interesting Account of the Algerines...
London: Goyder. 140p.

BookMartin, Maria (American)(1779- ) (1809)
An Historical Account of the Kingdom of Algiers: Including a Description of the Country, Manners and Customs of the Natives, Their Treatment of Their Slaves, Their Laws, Religion, etc. To Which is Annexed a History of the Captivity and Sufferings of Mrs. Maria Martin, Who Was Six Years a Slave in Algiers, Two of Which She Was Confined in a Dark and Dismal Dungeon, Loaded with Irons, by the Command of an Inhuman Turkish Officer
Philadelphia: Joseph Rakestraw. 107p.

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