Dishonoured by History: "criminal Tribes" and British Colonial Policy

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Orient Blackswan, 2001 - Criminal law - 192 pages
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This book explores how colonial policies converted itinerant groups on the one hand into a source of cheap labour and on the other into a category known as criminal tribes . It also examines missionary activity especially the Salvation Army, in the Madras Presidency in the nineteenth century.
 

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Thank you for your research work its fantastic........
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Contents

Foreword by Mahasweta Devi vii
1
Historical Developments
27
Notification and Surveillance
45
The Concept and Policy of Criminal
71
Land Reclamation Industrial Recruitment
98
From Itinerant Community to Industrial
127
Historic Memory
146
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