|Childs, Gladwyn Murray, 1896-1975.||Umbundu kinship & character: being a description of social structure and individual development of the Ovimbundu of Angola, with observations concerning the bearing on the enterprise of Christian missions of certain phases of the life and culture described S2 E1||1949|
|Childs, Gladwyn Murray, 1896-1975.||The kingdom of Wambu (Huambo): a tentative chronology||1964|
|Dorsey, George Amos, 1868-1931.||The Ocimbanda, or witch-doctor of the Ovimbundu of Portuguese southwest Africa||1899|
|Edwards, Adrian C.||The Ovimbundu under two sovereignities: a study of social control and social change among a people of Angola||1962|
|Ennis, Merlin W.||Umbundu: folk tales from Angola||1962|
|Hambly, Wilfrid Dyson, 1886-.||The Ovimbundu of Angola: Frederick H. Rawson-Field Museum ethnological expedition to West Africa, 1929-30. ; 84 plates in photogravure and 1 map E1||1934|
|Hambly, Wilfrid Dyson, 1886-.||Occupational ritual, belief, and custom among the Ovimbundu E1||1934|
|Heywood, Linda M. (Linda Marinda), 1945-.||Contested power in Angola, 1840s to the present||2000|
|Heywood, Linda Marinda, 1945-.||Production, trade and power: the political economy of central Angola||1984 [1999 copy]|
|McCulloch, Merran.||The Ovimbundu of Angola||1952|
|Pössinger, Hermann.||Interrelations between economic and social change in rural Africa: the case of the Ovimbundu of Angola|||
|Skoggard, Ian A., 1953-.||Culture summary: Ovimbundu||2002|
|Wheeler, Douglas C.||To rise with one mind: the Bailund War of 1902|||
S2 -- Considered a partial match for the Standard Cross Cultural Sample (SCCS).
E1 -- Considered a match for the Ethnographic Atlas (EA).