Pongo River (Guinea)
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- African Diaspora Archaeology newsletter, Sept. 2006
- BirdLife International factsheet (Rio Pongo estuary, Guinea)
- See Samuel Crighton's Baptismal entry in the All Saints, Poplar, parish register of the London Borough of Tower Hamlets referring to the baptism of Samuel Crighton, son of William Fernandez, a local Luso-African King.
- Mouser, Bruce L. (1973). . "Trade, Coasters and conflict in the Rio Pongo from 1790 to 1808". The Journal of African History 14 (1): 45–64. doi:10.1017/s0021853700012160.
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