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Almeida, António de. 1937.
Sôbre mutilações dos aborigenes de Angola. Lisboa: Oficinas da Gráfica. Pp 206.

Almeida, António de. 1953/54.
Contribuição para o estudo da antropologia serologia dos nativos de Angola: nota preliminar. Estudos coloniais: revista da Escolar Superior Colonial, 4 (1/3), p. 220a-222.

Almeida, António de. 1954.
Dos bosquimanos e hotentotes na história a na ciência. Boletim da Sociedade de Geográfia de Lisboa, 72 (4/6), p. 191a-217.

Almeida, António de. 1956.
As mutilações digitais entre os bosquimanos e hotentotes de Angola. Boletim da Sociedade de Geográfia de Lisboa, 74 (1/3), p. 59-62.
Notes: There is possibly a second part to this.

Almeida, António de. 1959.
Sobre a esteatopygia dos bosquimanos e hotentotes de Angola. Memórias de Academia das Ciências de Lisboa, tomo 8. Lisboa: Academia das Ciências. Pp 14.

Almeida, António de. 1960.
Dos Kwadi: um povo do deserto de Moçamedes, Angola. Garcia de orta, 8, p. 771-777.

Almeida, António de. 1965.
Bushmen and other non-Bantu peoples of Angola: three lectures. Johannesburg: Witwatersrand University Press for the Institute for the Study of Man in Africa. Pp xi, 43.
Reviews etc.: Richard B. Lee, African studies, v. 25 (1966) p. 164-165; Richard B. Lee, American anthropologist, new series, v. 69 (1967) p. 526-527.

Almeida, António de; Westphal, Ernst Oswald Johannes. 19xx.
Línguas não-bantas de Angola. Manuscripto.
Notes: Referred to by Strohmeyer & Moritz (1975:179).

Baucom, Kenneth L. 1974.
Proto-Central-Khoisan. Proceedings of the 3rd annual conference on African linguistics, 7-8 April 1972, p. 3-37. Edited by Erhard Friedrich Karl Voeltz. Indiana University publications, African series, 7. Bloomington: Research Institute for Inner Asian Studies, Indiana University.

Blench, Roger M. 1999.
Are the African pygmies an ethnographic fiction?. Central African hunter-gatherers in a multidisciplinary perspective: challenging elusiveness, p. 41-60. Edited by Karen Biesbrouck, Stefan Elders and Gerda Rossel. Leiden: Research School of Asian, African and Amerindian Studies (CNWS), State University of Leiden.
Notes: Discusses many "remnant" populations/languages of Africa, such as Kwadi, Kwisi, Dama, Cimba, Hadza, Sandawe, Okiek, Dahalo, Yaaku, Boni, Ik/Soo (Kuliak), Ongota, Shabo, Oropom, Kujarge, Kajakse, Laal, and Jalaa.

Diniz, José Oliviera Ferreira. 1925.
Une étude de l'ethnographie d'Angola. Pp 754.
Reviews etc.: J. Alves Correia, Anthropos, v. 10 (1925) p. 321-331.
Notes: Details wanting. Might be some kind of report. It is reviewed, or at least talked about, by Correia (1925).

Estermann, Carlos [Padre]. 1951.
O problema da differencião étnica em Angola (adaptão de uma palestra radiofónica). Mensário administrativo (Luanda), 43/44, p. 11-14.

Estermann, Carlos [Padre]. 1951.
Os "Vatwa". Mensário administrativo (Luanda), 49/50, p. 51-54.
Notes: Mentions Kwepe, Kwisi, Dama of Angola, among others.

Estermann, Carlos [Padre]. 1956.
Etnográfia do sudoeste de Angola. Tomo 1: os povos não-bantos e o grupo étnico dos Ambo's. Esboço étnico do sudoeste de Angola. Lisboa: Junta de Investigações do Ultramar (JIU).

Estermann, Carlos [Padre]. 1976.
The ethnography of southwestern Angola, 1: the non-Bantu peoples; the Ambo ethnic group. Edited and translated from Portuguese by Gordon D. Gibson. New York: Africana Publ. Pp xxviii, 228.
Reviews etc.: Peter Carstens, Canadian journal of African studies, v. 11 (1977) p. 374-375; Joseph C. Miller, ASA review of books, v. 4 (1978) p. 19-20.

Estermann, Carlos [Padre]. 1977.
Ethnographie du sud-ouest de l'Angola. Tome 1: les peuples non bantous et le groupe éthnique ambo. Traduit de la portuguese par François le Roux. Bruxelles: Académie Royale des Sciences d'Outre-Mer (ARSOM).
Reviews etc.: David Birmingham, Africa, v. 50 (1980) p. 111-112.

Estermann, Carlos [Padre]. 1983.
Etnográfia de Angola, sudoeste e centro: colectânea de artigos dispersos, 2 vols. Lisboa: Junta de Investigações do Ultramar (JIU); Instituto de Investigação Científica Tropical (IICT). Pp 483; 523.
Notes: Includes reprints of Estermann's earlier works.

Felgas, Hélio Esteves. 1960.
Grupos etnico-linguisticos do Congo português: sua origem, distribuição e estabelecimento. Mensário administrativo (Luanda), 155/160, p. 17-36.

Greenberg, Joseph Harold. 1950.
Studies in African linguistic classification. Part 6: the Click languages. Southwestern journal of anthropology, 6 (3), p. 223-237.
Reviews etc.: Diedrich Westermann, "African linguistic classification", Africa, v. 22 (1952) p. 250-256.

Greenberg, Joseph Harold. 1970.
Click languages. Encyclopedia americana, 7, p. 67.

Güldemann, Tom. 2004.
Reconstruction through 'de-construction': the marking of person, gender and number in the Khoe family and Kwadi. Diachronica, 21 (2), p. 251-306.

Honken, Henry. 1988.
Phonetic correspondences among Khoisan affricates. New perspectives on the study of Khoisan, p. 47-65. Edited by Rainer Vossen. Quellen zur Khoisan-Forschung, 7. Hamburg: Helmut Buske Verlag.

Jungraithmayr, Herrmann; Möhlig, Wilhelm Johann Georg. 1983.
Lexikon der Afrikanistik: afrikanische Sprachen und ihre Erforschung. Berlin: Dietrich Reimer Verlag. Pp 351, 3 maps.
Reviews etc.: Rainer Vossen, Tribus, v. 34 (1985) p. 204-206.
Notes: Includes brief sections on a variety of subjects, e.g. "Khoisansprachen" by J.C. Winter (p. 125-127).

Köhler, Oswin Reinhold Albin. 1987.
Khoisan languages. Encyclopaedia britannica, 15th edition, 22, p. 775-778, 813.

Mous, Maarten. 2003.
Loss of linguistic diversity in Africa. Language death and language maintenance: theoretical, practical and descriptive approaches, p. 157-170. Edited by Mark Janse and Sijmen Tol. Current issues in linguistic theory, 240. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publ.

Sommer, Gabi [Gabriele]. 1992.
A survey on language death in Africa. Language death: factual and theoretical explorations with special reference to East Africa, p. 301-417. Edited by Matthias Brenzinger. Contributions to the sociology of language, 64. Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter.
Notes: Survey of endangered languages in Africa, incl. Kwadi (p. 365).

Westermann, Diedrich. 1952.
African linguistic classification. Africa: journal of the International African Institute, 22, p. 250-256.
Notes: Review article on Greenberg's "Studies in African linguistic classification" which had appeared in Southwestern journal of anthropology, vols 5 (1949) and 6 (1950).

Westphal, Ernst Oswald Johannes. 1953-1971.
The E.O.J. Westphal papers. Manuscripts, papers, correspondence, ref. BC 1143/A, BC 1143/B, BC 1143/C1-15, BC 1143/D. Rare Documents and Manuscripts Department, University of Cape Town.
Notes: Unpublished notes and manuscripts; some typed, some pencilled. Includes material on/about/titled Hua = West ≠Hua (BC 1143/C1), Danisin (BC 1143/C2), G//oro (BC 1143/C3), Kwadi (BC 1143/C4-C5), Ganade (BC 1143/C6), Hande (BC 1143/C7), Shua (BC 1143/C8), Deti (BC 1143/C9), G//abake, Kwe, Kolee (BC 1143/C10), Ng/amani (BC 1143/C11), Ng/huki (BC 1143/C12), Suwan + paper "Not all Bushmen are Bushmen" (BC 1143/C13), x''e, Bushmen of Amsterdam, district Ermelo, i.e. //Xegwi (BC 1143/C14), "!Xu: other collectors' notes and vocabularies" (BC 1143/C15,2), "!Xu doublets and phonetics" (BC 1143/C15,3), "!Xu grammar" by Terttu Heikkinen (BC 1143/C15,4). There is also a huge pile of unsorted note cards on various aspects of !Xu, Xhegwi, Bush ABCD, Khoe (BC 1143/D). Other parts include the papers "The peopling of southern Africa" (BC1143/A) and "Lexical evidence for Bush-Hott classification" (BC1143/B).

Westphal, Ernst Oswald Johannes. 1962.
A re-classification of southern African non-Bantu languages. Journal of African languages, 1 (1), p. 1-8.

Westphal, Ernst Oswald Johannes. 1963.
The linguistic prehistory of southern Africa: Bush, Kwadi, Hottentot and Bantu linguistic relationships. Africa: journal of the International African Institute, 33 (3), p. 237-265.

Westphal, Ernst Oswald Johannes. 1966.
Linguistic research in SWA and Angola. Die ethnischen Gruppen Südwestafrikas, p. 125-144. Wissenschaftliche Forschung in Südwestafrika, 3. Windhoek: Südwestafrikanische Wissenschaftliche Gesellschaft.
Notes: Includes lexical specimens from G//abake, Shua, Buka, Xû, Nharo, Dama, Kwadi, Zhu/hõasi, ≠Au//eîn, Maligo, ≠Hûa, Ng/amani, Ng/huki, and //Xegwi.

Winter, Jürgen Christoph. 1981.
Khoisan. Die Sprachen Afrikas, p. 329-374. Edited by Bernd Heine, Thilo C. Schadeberg and Ekkehard Wolff. Hamburg: Helmut Buske Verlag.

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