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Oral History Interview with Ina Ganguli

BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION: Ina Ganguli was born in Minnesota. Ganguli attended high school in Minnesota and at the time of the interview was a student at a university in Illinois. SUBJECTS DISCUSSED: Parents, familiarity with parents' language, values, visits from relatives, important organizations in the Indian community-SILC (School of India for Languages and Culture) and the India Association. Advantages of having both Indian and American friends. Traveling to India as a child. Participating in extracurricular activities. Future plans, comparing and contrasting Indian and American values. Indian movies. Benefits and difficulties of being a child of first-generation immigrants.

Date: July 21, 1997
Subject(s): Ina Ganguli
Type: Oral History
Language: English
Creator: Polly Sonifer
Location: Minnesota

Holding Institution: Minnesota Historical Society
Collection: India Association of Minnesota Oral History Project
Additional Information: Phase 2
Item History: 2016-11-23 (created); 2016-11-23 (modified)

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