Tanzania Religious Records
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Anglican Records[edit | edit source]
Baha'i Records[edit | edit source]
The Bahá'í Faith in Tanzania began around 1950 and by 2005 Bahá'ís were estimated at about 163,800 of the population.
Buddhist Records[edit | edit source]
Buddhism was introduced about 1915 to Tanzania.
Catholic Records[edit | edit source]
Hindu Records[edit | edit source]
The earliest evidence of Hinduism in Tanzania is from the 1st millennium AD and by 2010 an estimated 50,000 people were Hindus. 
Islamic Records[edit | edit source]
Islam is one of the 2 main religious sects found in Tanzania claiming between 35% and 55% of the population. The earliest concrete evidence of a Muslim presence in Tanzania is traced to coins dated 830 found in 1980.
Protestant Records[edit | edit source]
- Endangered Archives: Evangelical Lutheran Church of Tanzania in Moshi, Tanzania.
- 1838-1991 - South Africa, Netherdutch Reformed Church Registers (Pretoria Archive), 1838-1991 at FamilySearch — index and images
- Mennonite Records
- Moravian Records
- Pentecostal Records
- Seventh Day Adventist Records