"Gifts of Famine: Invasion of Sikhs from the Punjab" (1907)
An October 1907 article from The International Wood-Worker (Vol. 17, No. 10) that explores the causes behind the "anti-Hindoo riots" in Bellingham, Washington, as well as the riots in Vancouver and Victoria, British Columbia. The Woodworker was the official journal of the Amalgamated Wood-workers Union of America, and was published in Chicago, with content in English and German.
"Begin Hindu Murder Trial" (1908)
Short report from the April 23, 1908 edition of the Oregonian on the "Hindu murder trial," in which six white men were charged with murder of Harnam Singh in Boring, Oregon.
"Hindoo wants a job"
Short note from the October 26, 1907 edition of the Oregonian describing the story of Schawa Singh, who had previously been stationed in Nankin as a marshal of the consular court.
"Guilty of Murder Charge"
An article from the January 23, 1908 edition of Oregonian, describing the verdict of the Sikh murder case. William Dickenson, John Dickenson, J.M. Dickenson, Walter Sinclair, John Riley, Earl Ransier, Vernon Hawes entered a plea of guilty for the murder charge. The article describes the man killed as Bigswan Singh (instead of Harnam Singh, as the other articles reported).
"The Hindu, The Newest Immigration Problem" (1910)
October 1910 article in The Survey reporting on the influx of "Hindu" laborers on the Pacific coast. The article mentions that an estimated 5,000 Hindus had entered San Francisco during the past twelve months.
Jogesh Chander Misrow, "East Indian Immigration on the Pacific Coast" (1915)
Completed in 1915 at Stanford University, “East Indian Immigration on the Pacific Coast” is the Master’s thesis of Jogesh Chander Misrow. Born in Calcutta, Misrow served as an interpreter for the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization service (INS). Misrow attended the University of Washington, and later received an M.A. at Stanford.