Hindu Immigration Hearings (1914)
Part 1 of the “Hindu Immigration Hearings” that took place before the U.S. Congress House Committee on Immigration and Naturalization on February 13, 1914. Attending the hearing were R.F. Patterson (the widow of former consul general in Calcutta), Anthony Caminetti (Commissioner General of Immigration), Denver S.
German Plots and Intrigues
Pamphlet titled German Plots and Intrigues: In the United States During the Period of Our Neutrality by Earl E. Sperry and William M. West, published in July 1918. Chapter Four covers Germany's effort to incite revolution in India, with details about the Hindu-German conspiracy and the Berlin Committee.
The Anglo-Japanese Alliance and America
Booklet titled The Anglo-Japanese Alliance and America by Taraknath Das, published in Washington D.C. on November 1921. The booklet describes Das as the International Secretary of the Friends of Freedom for India and a former Fellow in Political Science and Economics at the University of Washington.