Zambia Archives and Libraries
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The British National Archives have references to some records relating to Northern Rhodesia, including papers related to the missionary and explorer David Livingstone and James Young, a chemist.
Livingstone Museum in Zambia has artifacts relating to David Livingstone, including personal papers.
The National Archives website used to be at zambiarchives.org. Their offices are on Government Road, Ridgeway, Lusaka, next to the post office.
The University of London School of Oriental and African Studies has many papers relating to missionaries.
The National Library of Scotland has papers relating to David Livingstone.
For some more archive references, see the British National Archives.
National Archives of Zambia
P. O. BOX 500 10
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
PO Box 50069
Telephone: 260 211 262-666/254-261/231-720/221-891
Website: National Archives of Zambia
Website: Chilenje Library
Choma Provincial Library
Website: Choma Provincial Library
Lubuto Library at Ngwerere School
On the grounds of Ngwerere Basic School
Corner of Katima Mulilo and Garden Roads
Telephone: 260 211 267 418
Website: Lubuto Model Library
Lusaka City Council Public Library
Telephone: 260 211 227 282
Website: Lusaka City Council Public Library
Lusaka Indian Library
Website: Lusaka Indian Library
University of Zambia Main Library
Great East Road Campus
PO Box: 32379
Telephone: 260 211 250 845
Website: University of Zambia Main Library
Website #2: University of Zambia Library
Telephone: +260 213 324429/323566
Website: David Livingstone Museum Tour
Website #2: Livingstone Museum
Website #3: Livingstone Museum
Website #4: Dr Livingstone’s Museum
- The Livingstone Museum is located in the heart of the city of Livingstone. Established in 1934, the Livingstone Museum is the oldest and largest of the four national museums in the country
For a list of museums in Zambia, go to List of museums in Zambia in Wikipedia.