Colonial Beginnings and the Indian Response: The Revolt of 1857–58 in Madhya Pradesh

@article{Baker1991ColonialBA,
  title={Colonial Beginnings and the Indian Response: The Revolt of 1857–58 in Madhya Pradesh},
  author={David-erskine Baker},
  journal={Modern Asian Studies},
  year={1991},
  volume={25},
  pages={511 - 543}
}
  • D. Baker
  • Published 1 July 1991
  • Political Science
  • Modern Asian Studies
The Narmada valley and adjoining districts of Madhya Pradesh came under British administration following the defeat of Sagar and Nagpur in 1818. Known from 1820 as the Saugor and Nerbudda (Sagar and Narmada) Territories (map 1), the area was administered, variously, as an agency of the governor general or as a commissioner's division of the North Western Provinces. As officials made the area part of the British imperial and capitalist system, they met with increasing resitance from notables… 
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