A Continuous Journey: A social history of South Asians in Canada
A Continuous Journey: A social history of South Asians in Canada.
1 book ; col ; that "presents a social history of South Asians in Canada, from their arrival in British Columbia before the First World War, through their many years of struggle, growth and adaptation into diverse communities throughout the country." According to 'The Komagata Maru Journey, it examines subjects on the admission of Indian women, anti-Asian sentiment, continuous journey regulation, employment, family, the Ghadar party, Immigration regulations, India, the Indian Independence movement, the Khalsa Diwan Society of B.C., Komagata Maru, motivations for immigration, racism, and voting rights in B.C. and the rest of Canada.
Norman Buchignani, Doreen M. Indra, and Ram Srivastiva (authors).
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1 book : col. ; 600 ppi.
The Komagata Maru Journey.
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Emigration and immigration
Komagata Maru Incident, 1914.
South Asian history & culture
- South Asian Studies Institute
- August 1, 2017
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