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Hazel R. Barrett. The Marketing of Foodstuffs in the Gambia, 1400-1980: A Geographical Analysis. Avebury. 1988. 231pp.

Harry A. Gailey. Historical Dictionary of the Gambia. Scarecrow Press. 1987. 176pp.

David P. Gamble; Louise Sperling. A General Bibliography of the Gambia (up to 31 December 1977). G. K. Hall. 1979. 266pp.

Michael T. Hadjimichael; Thomas Rumbaugh; Eric Verreydt. The Gambia: Economic Adjustment in a Small Open Economy. International Monetary Fund. 1992. 43pp.

Henry Fenwick Reeve. The Gambia: Its History, Ancient, Mediaeval, and Modern, Together with Its Geographical, Geological, and Ethnographical Conditions, and a Description of the Birds, Beasts, and Fishes Found Therein. London: Smith, Elder. 1912. 287pp.

Berkeley Rice. Enter Gambia: The Birth of an Improbable Nation. Angus and Robertson. 1968. 318pp.

Richard A. Schroeder. Shady Practices: Agroforestry and Gender Politics in the Gambia. University of California Press. 1999. 172pp.

Bella Sidney Woolf, Lady Southorn. The Gambia: The Story of the Groundnut Colony. Allen & Unwin. 1952. 283pp.

Kenneth Swindell; Alieu Jeng. Migrants, Credit And Climate: The Gambian Groundnut Trade, 1834-1934. E. J. Brill. 2006. 261pp.

Omar A. Touray. The Gambia and the World: A History of the Foreign Policy of Africa's Smallest State, 1965-1995. GIGA-Hamburg. 2000. 209pp.

Donald R. Wright. The World and a Very Small Place in Africa: A History of Globalization in Niumi, the Gambia. M. E. Sharpe. 2004. 351pp.

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