Rediscovered in 2012 by Gary Schulze, this 1898 photograph by a British lieutenant is believed to be the only existing photograph of Sierra Leone's national hero Bai Bureh.
The 9 September 2015 decision of the Supreme Court upholding the legality of the president's dismissal of the vice-president.
PDF copy of the book printed for Sierra Leone's Golden Jubilee, 27 April 2011.
PDF copy. By Ade Daramy for Sierra Leone's 55th independence anniversary, 27 April 2016.
MP4. By Ade Daramy for Sierra Leone's 55th independence anniversary, 27 April 2016.
By Alfred Arkley. Presented at International Conference, Sierra Leone Past & Present, Freetown, Sierra Leone, April 26, 2012. Revised Feb 15, 2013.
An Act for carrying into effect the Engagements between Her Majesty and certain Chiefs of the Sherbro Country near Sierra Leone in Africa, for the more effectual Suppression of the Slave Trade.
Historic photos of Sierra Leone from the United Nations Photo Library. By Ade Daramy.
Sierra Leonean Heroes: Fifty Men and Women Who Helped to Build Our Nation (1988). Commissioned by the Sierra Leone government.
Arthur Abraham's pamphlet, "The Amistad Revolt: An Historical Legacy of Sierra Leone and the United States." Published by the U.S. Information Service in 1987; re-published in 1988.
The ethnic makeup of the Freetown colony in 1848.
Transcribed 1853 report of the UBC missionaries W.J. Shuey, D.C. Kumler and D.K. Flickinger to the leadership of their church on their lengthy trip around Sierra Leone, looking for locations where mission outposts could be established.
Published in 1788. Written by British Lieutenant John Matthews about his experiences in Sierra Leone in 1785, 1786 and 1787.
Published in 1794. By Anna Falconbridge.
Published in 1825. By Major Alexander Gordon Laing.
By Mary Church. Published in 1835.
By Elizabeth Melville, edited by Hon. Mrs. Norton.
Written by Seán Farren, and published in 2011 by the Sierra Leone Irish Partnership.
This prayer by Sierra Leone's first governor-general still hangs today in many homes in Freetown.
Documents following the end of the conflict.
Ceasefire agreements and peace accords, photos, TRC testimony, and documents from the Government of Sierra Leone, the Revolutionary United Front, the Armed Forces Revolutionary Council, and others.