Here is an attempt at identifying some of the African peoples in Louisiana Documents mentioned in a recent posting. I am neither a historian nor an Africanist, but a linguist/creolist, which is why reference is made to language families below. 921; possibly Adele (Kwa) 706; possibly Soninke (Mande) or Adja (Kwa) 708; probably refers to Apa, a toponym on the Slave Coast 709; Akwa (Ivory Coast/Liberia) 710; Quiamba probably refers to Chamba. I think there are/were two Chamba tribes, one Gur-speaking, and one on the Slave Coast. 712; Perhaps Atye on the Ivory Coast? 713; O u, an Akpafu-speaking group? 717; Bakoko/Bachoko (Bantu)? 718; if this is in French orthography, it may be Bakwe, a Kru-speaking people. 719; Perhaps Bamun (Wide Grassfields Bantu. Cf. also toponym Bamenda in Cameroon. 847; Bargu, Bight of Benin 854; Cf. Badagri, a toponym in westernmost Nigeria. 732; Barba, a Gur-speaking people in Togo, or perhaps same as #847? 720; Bereby (Kru)? Or same as #847? 844; Bissago? Could also be Bisano, a. k. a. Busa (Mande). 930; Bubi (Narrow Bantu)? 724; Bobo (Northwestern Mande) 725; Boko (Bantu). 727; Bwem, a. k. a. Lelemi (Kwa) 846; Bubi (Narrow Bantu)? 728; Buji (Platoid group, Nigeria). 881;Bolon/Bulom, Sierra Leone? 831;Bini=Edo (Edoid group) 733;Cancan (toponym in Guinea) 739;cf. Karanga (Mozambique) 743;Sena (Mozambique?, Senari (Gur)? 746;Kwia (Liberia)? 750; Kulango (Gur). 961; Konja (Mambiloid, North Bantu) 749; (K)oring (Cross family)? 829; Kola, a. k. a. Daba (Chadic, Cameroon) 843; Kupa (Nupoid, Nigeria). 751; Dafing (=Dyula, Mande)? Cf. also Dafo (West Chadic). 928; Dan (Eastern Mande). 752; Possibly Dama (Adamwan). 826; possibly Dyalonke (=Susu, Mande). 840; Dimba (Southwestern Bantu). 956; Duguri (Bantu). 868; Duma (Northwestern Bantu)? Domba (=Dagomba, Burkina Faso)? 768; same as #759. 875; cf. Esan (Edoid). 760; Cf. Fida, an alternate name for Ouidah/Juda. 761; Cf. Calabar, port in Eastern Nigeria. 889; same as "Quiamba" (#710). 762; same as "Quiamba" (#710). 763; probably Akoose (Cameroon). Cf. also Gusilay (Atlantic family) 765; cf. Ham Jaba (Platoid, Nigeria), cf. also Hamba (Bantu) 766; cf. Hanga-Kamara (Gur), Anga group(Chadic). 767; Ala (Platoid, Nigeria), Ara (an Ibo subgroup). 769; cf. Ibere (=Nupe, Nigeria). 770; There are two peoples called "Isoko", one Bantu and another Edoid. 771; cf. Ife, an alternate name for Yoruba. 773; probably Ibani (Ijoid) or perhaps Iba (N. W. Bantu). 775; cf. Nabwa (=Gweabo, Gur). 776; cf. Quiaba (=Kassenti, Ghana). 777; Kien (=Kran, Kru)? 952; Probably Konyagi (Northern Atlantic). 861; Loko (S. W. Mande). 779; Makua (Bantu, Mozambique). 780; possibly missprint for "Macoua", i. e. Makua? 781; Makonde, Central East Bantu. Not same as Makonde (S. W. Bantu). 782; Malaba (Bantu, Mozambique). 916; Mambila (Bantu, Nigeria). 783; Mano (Sierra Leone). 944; cf. Bangala/Ngala (Bantu, Angola), Bangolo (Biafra). 873; Mandinka? 950; Manimo (Malinke)? Mani (Kwa)? Mani (=Bassa, Kru)? 918; Marka (Mande). 893; Mandinka? 787; same as #944? 872; name used for anyone exported from the lower Cross River (Nigeria), usually Ibibios. Could also be Moko (N. W. Bantu) 940; Sonde (from the Kwango region). 790; Moore (Gur)? 957; cf. Nimba (toponym in Liberia). Could also be Nimiah (=Gweabo, Gur). 793; possibly Nwan (S. E: Mande). 796; cf. the Bantu language Dotanga. 834; Popo (toponym in Arada on the Slave Coast). 800; Papel (Atlantic)? 801; cf. Pomo (N. W. Bantu). 858; Punu (N. W. Bantu)? 802; Kwakwa (Ivory Coast)? 891; Kien (=Kran, Kru)? 898; same as #861? 805; Sarkole (=Soninke). 809; possibly Salaga (Ghana). 812; Sorko (=Soninke, Mande)? 962; A Twi from Elmina? 813; Kisi (Sierra Leone). 960; same as #813? 817; Ronga (Mozambique)? 871; Vai (Sierra Leone). 818; Wor (W. Mande)? 819; Chamba (see #710). 869; Yembe (Bantu?). 959; Igara (=Igbira or Yoruba, Nigeria). 820; cf. Moyoko, a Bantu language. 799; Ulu (Igboid)? Ura (Kainji, Nigeria)? I have compiled a list of names used for ethnic groups exported during the slave trade era which I can send to anyone interested. If this was of any help, I would be interested in hearing about any further progress.