De Caro-Jordan Anglo-Indian oral history series, 1978.

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De Caro-Jordan Anglo-Indian oral history series, 1978.

Folklorists F.A. de Caro and R.A. Jordan interviewed Britons who lived and worked in pre-independence India as colonial administrators, civil servants, missionaries, soldiers, forestry officials, and engineers, focusing on the contact of cultures and cultural identity.

24 sound cassettes (27.75 hours);24 indexes (74 leaves)

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Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge, La.). T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History

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The T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History was established in August 1991 to document the history of Louisiana State University. A department of LSU Libraries Special Collections, the Center conducts, collects, preserves, and makes available to scholars oral history interviews on Louisiana's social, political, cultural, and economic history. From the description of T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History records, 1990-1998. (Louisiana State University). WorldCat record id: 22696...

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