All published and unpublished written materials about the Blin history.


01. Michael Ghaber, 1993. The Blin of Bogos.


02.  Michael Ghaber, 1993. The Origin and Social Relationships of the Blin People (in Tigrigna)


03.  Capuchin Students, 2001. The Massacre of Civilians at Besikdira and its Environs in the Senhit Province, Eritrea (in Tigrigna) .


04.  Tesfagaber Mesghina 2020. The Memory of 50 Years of Lasting Scars of Ona Massacre (in Tigrigna).


05.  Kiflemariam Hamde, 2004. The Impact of war and climatic changes on the environment in Eritrea -The Case of Sekwina Villages.


06.  Kiflemariam Hamde, 2012. The Meaning and History of the Sekwina (in Blin)


07.  Kiflemariam Hamde, 2012. The Meaning and History of the Sekwina (in Tigrigna)


08.  Idris Abubeker (Phd) 2017. Blin and Arab Historians in the Twelfth Century.


09.   Fitsum Asfaha 2019. Blin, Bogos and Senhit - Established names with dubious meaning (in Blin)"


10.  Wolbert G.C. Smidt, 2005. Political History of Eritrea before Colonization (1865-1885)- the example of the Blin People.


11.   Wolbert G.C. Smidt, 2006. Discussing Ethnohistory: The Blin between periphery and international politics in the 19th century.


12.   Wolbert G.C. Smidt, 2016. Werner Munzinger Pasha, An Orientalist and Ethnographer-Turned-Politician in the Ethiopian-Egyptian Borderlands.


13.  Mussie Awate, 2014. Gebilet linakhw Lemelem Sowret Meddetil (in Blin)


14.  Adhana Menghsteab, 2007. The Strategic Position of Keren in the Massawa-Khassala Trade Route.


15.  Blin Customary Laws (Higi Bhere Bilen), 2002. Trqe, Twke and the 12 Neged (in Tigrigna).


16. Adhana Mensgsteab, 1990. Yohannes IV and Keren.


17. Adhana Mengesteab, 1990. The Occupation of Keren by the Egyptians.


18. Taddesse Tamrat, 1988. Process of Ethnic Interaction and Integration in Ethiopian History.


19.  Luisa Reinisch, early 1890s. In the Bogos Country.