The Balance Sheet of British Rule in India
Broadside published by the Gadar party outlining eleven ways in which the British exploit colonial India. Penciled on the back of the broadside is a note which reads, "Dayton Morning Journal, Jan 25 1917 issue, contains 'A Lot of Bla' on 'India's Loyalty to England.'"
British Rule In India
Pamphlet containing a reprint of "British Rule in India," an indictment of British colonial regine written by William Jennings Bryan, who served as U.S. Secretary of State from 1913-1915. Published by the Yugantar Ashram in San Francisco.
"Hindus Too Brunette To Vote Here" (1923)
Article from March 10, 1923 issue of The Literary Digest describing the outcome of the 'United States vs. Bhagat Singh Thind' Supreme Court case, which barred South Asians from obtaining citizenship.
Har Dayal, "India in America" (1911)
Article from the July 1911 issue of Calcutta-based Modern Review written by Har Dayal, one of the founders of the Gadar Party. Dayal describes the lives of Indians in the United States, with an emphasis on four classes of persons: "the Sikhs, the Swamis and the Students, with the Spies as an abnormal gang." The article is signed off "Berkeley, (Cal.), U.S.A., April 28, 1911."
Sudhindra Bose, "Life in the Southern States of America" (1911)
In this editorial from the August 1911 issue of Calcutta-based Modern Review, Bose writes about his travels and impressions of the American South. Bose describes in some detail the "racial problem" in the United States, and draws comparison between the treatment of African Americans and the experience of Indian students in the U.K. and U.S.
"What the World Is Doing: A Record of Current Events" (1910)
Article from March 26, 1910 issue of Collier's Weekly on the "Hindu Invasion," which discusses the recent influx of South Asian laborers. The article goes on to mention a recent announcement by the Asiatic Exclusion League that the "Hindus in California numbered 10,000," and their presence is an "unmitigated nuisance." Includes two related images.
British Terror in India
Pamphlet published in 1920 and written by Surendra Karr which attempts to record the "red months of India passed through in 1919" and expose "the naked truth of British character in exercising unlicensed criminalities." Includes three images: the first, two childern imprisoned for "waging war against Britain," the second, a British soldier whipping a "Sikh student-shoulder," and the third, two In
India Against Britain
Pamphlet dated November 1, 1916 that collects various editorials by Ram Chandra, editor of the Gadar newspaper, in which he responded in U.S.
"Indian Students Abroad" (1911)
Short biography in the September 1911 issue of Modern Review of Benoy Bhusan Bose from Dhaka, and his educational career in science and industry in Tokyo and the U.S. The biography mentions Bose's work with the Detroit India Society, "founded for the furtherance of Indian National Education," and lectures at Unitarian Churches in Iowa, Ann Arbor, and Detroit.