Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Bibliographic finds

Margaret MacMillan, Women of the Raj: The Mothers, Wives, and Daughters of the British Empire in India

She extensively cites

Flora Annie Steel and Grace Gardiner, "The Complete Indian Housekeeper and Cook" (1898)

Cumming, C.F. Gordon. In the Himalayas (1884)

Buckland, C.T. Skethes of Social Life in India (1884)

Caldwell, R.C. The Chutney Lyrics, 2nd Ed. Madras 1889.

Baden-Powell, Lt. General Sir Robert. Indian Memories (1915)

Billington, Mary Frances. Woman in India (1895)

Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen. India Under Ripon: A Private Diary. 1909.

Barnes, Irene H. Behind the Pardah. (London: 1897)

Mayer, J.E. ed. The Humour and Pathos of Anglo-Indian Life. (London, 1895)

Mitchell, Mrs. Murray. In India (1876)

Rowe, A.D. Everyday Life in India. (New York, 1881)

Wilson, Anne. After Five Years in India. (London: 1895)

Also Browsing:

Wolmar, Christian. Blood, Iron, and Gold: How the Railroads Transformed the World.

For his chapter on Indian railroads, Wolmar depends heavily on Ian Kerr.

Kerr, Ian. Engines of Change: The Railroads that Made India (2007)

Kerr, Ian. Building the Railways of the Raj 1850-1900 (1995)

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