India's Freedom in American Courts
Published by the Friends of Freedom for India, "India's Freedom in American Courts" was a pamphlet that described court cases in which Indian anti-imperialists and other allies in the U.S. were put on trial for violating "neutrality laws," and threatened with deportation. The case involved Ghadar activists Sailendranath Ghose, Taraknath Das, Bhagwan Singh, as well as Agnes Smedley, Mr. and Mrs.
Letter from Taraknath Das to William Arba Ellis
Letter from Taraknath Das to William Arba Ellis dated August 23, 1909. Das mentions that he has enrolled in the University of Washington, after leaving Norwich University. A historian and a librarian, Ellis wrote a three-volume history of Norwich University.
Letter from William Arba Ellis to Taraknath Das
Letter from William Arba Ellis to Taraknath Das dated March 2, 1911. Ellis discusses his history of Norwich University with Das, and asks Das to help "canvass the situation" at the University of Washington .
Data Desired for History
Form titled "Data Desired for History," filled out by Taraknath Das, for William Arba Ellis' history of Norwich University.
Taraknath Das -- A Cosmopolitan Leader
Essay titled "Taraknath Das -- A Cosmopolitan Leader" written by Stuart A. Rice and published in the December 1910 issue of Cosmopolitan Student. Rice profiles Das, describing his college activities and his publications. The essay contains a photograph of Das.