Published by Routledge
This book discusses the effects of the indenture system on Indians across the colonies, but more specifically Fiji. It will also discuss the close relationship between the Indian settlers and the original population in each colony, as well as the position of Indians born in the colonies.
Table of contents:
Chapter 1. The Indenture System Chapter 2. The old and the new Chapter 3. Twenty years' after Chapter 4. The C.S.R. Company Chapter 5 The Fijian people Chapter 6. The will to live Chapter 7. the land question Chapter 8. Queen Victoria's pledge Chapter 9. The Indian dilemma Chapter 10. The Europeans Chapter 11. The racial problem Chapter 12. The franchise issue Chapter 13. The training of the child Chapter 14. The future of Fiji Chapter 15. The Indian dispersion Chapter 16. Australia and India Chapter 17. The problem of the tropics Chapter 18. India, China, and Japan Chapter 19. India's place in the Pacific Chapter 20. Europe and Asia Appendix Index
Charles Freer Andrews (12 February 1871 - 5 April 1940) was a Church of England priest. A Christian missionary, educator and social reformer in India, he became a close friend of Mahatma Gandhi and identified with the cause of India's independence. He was instrumental in convincing Gandhi to return to India from South Africa, where Gandhi had been a leading light in the Indian civil rights struggle. C. F. Andrews was affectionately dubbed Christ's Faithful Apostle by Gandhi, based on his initials, C.F.A. For his contributions to the Indian Independence Movement Gandhi and his students at St. Stephen's College, Delhi, named him Deenabandhu, or Friend of the Poor .