AIP Christmas #25: Christmas Series Review

This post is part of the Anglo-Indian Project Christmas series 2016.


From Thursday 1st December through to Christmas Eve the Anglo-Indian Project posted 24 project-related posts, in the spirit of the Christmas season.

Each day brought some short, sweet and insightful Anglo-Indian and / or genealogical gifts in 150 words or less, from resources to recipes to AIP reflection and commentary via films, links, images and writing. Below are links to each of the posts:

  1. Why study our ancestors
  2. The Gateway of India
  3. Elaine Cynthia Hassett (1923-1981)
  4. Good reads: The Anglo-Indians, a 500 year history
  5. Resources for genealogical research
  6. Mumbai: City of dreams
  7. Stanley Wheeler (1917-2004)
  8. Anglo-Indians, who are they?
  9. Anglo-Indian-isms
  10. Families in British India Society (FIBIS)
  11. Edith Aileen Hassett (1903-1963)
  12. Britains Forgotten Grandchildren: The story of an Anglo-Indian family
  13. Anglo-Indian Project: Quick facts
  14. John Pereira
  15. Anglo-Indian food
  16. Christmas in Calcutta
  17. 2017 UK-India Year of Culture
  18. Hilda Mildred Hassett (1885-1913)
  19. Indian Railways
  20. What is the Anglo-Indian Project?
  21. Presidencies of British India
  22. Post 200
  23. An Anglo-Indian Christmas
  24. Merry Christmas


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