|LC control no.||n 84227787
|Geographic heading||French Equatorial Africa
|Variant(s)||Afrique équatoriale française
|Special note||SUBJECT USAGE: This heading is not valid for use as a subject. Works about this place are entered under the subject heading Africa, French-speaking Equatorial.
|Found in||Enquêtes statistiques, 1958?: t.p. (Afrique equatoriale française) p. 1 (A.E.F.)
LC data base, 12/4/84 (hdg.: French Equatorial Africa); LC manual cat. (references: AEF, France équatoriale, Afrique équatoriale française)
Columbia encyc, 2001, May 11, 2003 (French Equatorial Africa; former French federation in W central Africa; consisted of four constituent territories: Gabon, Middle Congo, Chad, and Ubangi-Shari (now the Central African Republic); capital was Brazzaville; French Equatorial Africa (originally called French Congo) was officially established in 1910; when the constituent territories voted (1958) to become autonomous republics within the French Community, the federation was dissolved)
|Geographic area code||fq-----