|Death in Black and White : Suicide, Statistics and Race in Natal , 1880-1916||
Indenture, Indians, Natal, Race, Suicide, Black and White, Colonial state, Taboo
|The Indian Problem in South Africa||
Of the many intricate problem awaiting solution by the Parliament of the Union of South Africa there is none which presents such involved difficulties established in certain parts of this country.....
|A Book and Its Misnomer||
A Book and Its Misnomer
|Natal and Indentured Indian Immigration||
Owing to the attention which is at present being devoted to so called "Asiatic Penetration" the present time is perhaps an opprtune one at which attempt to review breifly the history of indentured Indian immigration into Natal.
|Letters to the Colonial Secretary||
Letters to the Colonial Secretary
|Letters to the Natal Emigration Office||
Letters to the Natal Emigration Office in April, October and June 1889
|The Coolie Question||
The Collie Question has been undergoing some energetic discussion on the Coast. An important meeting was held in Durban a fortnight ago at which the principle speaker was Mr ... a clear headed member of the Legislative Council and one largely interested in coast industries
|Letter from CBH Mitchell to Lord Ruthsford||
Letter from CBH Mitchell to Lord Ruthsford
|Report of the Indian Immigration Committee||
Report of the Indian Immigration Committee
The Committee Recommends that that Coolie Immigration be continued on the same principles on the same principles and on the same basis and assisted by similar aid form the General Revenue
|Colonial Secretary, Natal to Resident Magistrate of Durban||
Letter reference to June report furnished on paper 2912/1888 respecting certain observations made in the report of the Indian Immigrant Commission.
|Letter from the Resident Magistrate to the District Surgeon||
Letter from the Resident Magistrate to the District Surgeon
|Report of the Residential Immigrant Commission||
Report of the Residential Immigrant Commission
|Letter to the Colonial Secretary||
Letter to the Colonial Secretary
|Report of the Indian Immigration Committee dated 28 June 1888||
Establishment of special court of the protector, memorandum
|Report from the Protector of Indian Immigrants to Colonial Secretary dated||
Colonial Secretary. Much of the information finished in the Boards remarks on the defects adverted to by the commission was derived, necessarily from me I can therefore say very little to Supplement those remarks.
|The Coolies are Here||
The past week will long be memorable amongst Anglo Natalians. At last, after the discussion of years and the extinction of hopes innumerable" the planters.'" pet project ,. has been realized. There has been so much said in certain.
|Deed of Transfer by Virtue of a Power of Attorney||
Deed of Transfer by Virtue of a Power of Attorney
Know all Men whom it may concern...appeared before me. Registrar of Deeds, HE, the said Appeared, being duly authorized therefore by a Special....
|The Indian Trader||
The Indian trader made his appearance shortly after the arrival ofthe Indentured Indian. This pattern is evident wherever the Indentured Indian set foot, be it Mauritius, Trinidad, British Guiana or any of the British colonies.
|Newspaper articles relating to the Indian problem in Natal||
Reprint of a series of 10 articles which appeared between May 23rd and June 2nd 1944