MOTHER INDIA'S SHADOW OVER EL DORADO. INDO-GUYANESE POLITICS AND IDENTITY 1890S-1930S.
Kingston: Ian Randle Publishers, 2011. 1st ed. 8vo, 524p., wrps, index, notes, photos. New Paperback 9789766373948 Drawing on a range of primary sources this book presents a comprehensive picture of the "many Indias" Indo-Guayanese (Hindus, Muslims, and Christians) embraced in countering the "coolie" stain, while seeking to belong in creole society. Includes the following chapters: " the shaping of the Indo-Guyanese people 1890s-1918", "Finding a voice: The British Guiana East Indian Association 1916-25", "The British Guiana Colonisation Scheme", "Indians and constitutional changes1916-28" and others. (Item ID: 148477)