Pongo River (Guinea)
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The Pongo River or Rio Pongo is a river that flows into the Atlantic Ocean near Boffa, Guinea. Its source is located in Fouta Djallon. The surrounding area has also been known as "Pongoland" or "Bongo Country".
- African Diaspora Archaeology newsletter, Sept. 2006
- BirdLife International factsheet (Rio Pongo estuary, Guinea)
- "Africans, African Americans, Great Britain and the United States: The Curious History of the Rio Pongo in the Early 19th Century". Black Past.Org. Retrieved 4 May 2015.
- 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.
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