About The Anglo-Indian Project

The project explores Anglo-Indian history.

Started in 2014 by Dr Daniel Marshall, the original focus, which remains a key theme of the Anglo-Indian Project, was the genealogical exploration of Daniel’s late Nana, Elaine Cynthia Hassett. The Anglo-Indian Project has since grown into a broad exploration of Anglo-Indian history with a vision to keep the fire burning for a community rich in history and importance for the contemporary world.

You can interact with the project in the following ways:

Facebook | Paper.liTwitter | YouTube

If you are interested in being involved, finding out more, or just curious, we welcome your communication using the above methods.

All content remains the property of the Anglo-Indian Project, unless otherwise stated, and may be reproduced, with full citation to the source, for non-commercial purposes only.

 

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