Cameroon - Libraries and museums
The National Archives is in Yaoundé and has an annex in Buea, where documents on colonial conditions and administration are stored. The National Archives also serves as the National Library of Cameroon and has a library of 64,000 volumes in Yaoundé. The University of Yaoundé has 90,000 volumes. There is a public library system with 40 branches. The French Cultural Institute maintains a library in Dougla with 15,000 volumes and the city of Douala houses the Pan African Institute for Development Library, with 13,000 volumes.
The Museum of Douala has prehistoric and natural history galleries devoted primarily to the main Cameroonian ethnic groups. The Museum of Bamounian Arts and Traditions at Foumban maintains objects of ancient art and a small library. The museums of Diamaré and Maroua at Maroua have ethnographic materials. Dschang has an ethnographic museum devoted to the Bamiléké, and a fine-arts museum. Yaoundé has a museum of art and archaeology and a museum of Cameroonian art. There are also museums in Bamenda, Kousséri, and Mokolo.