India under Colonial Rule: 1700-1885

  title={India under Colonial Rule: 1700-1885},
  author={Douglas M. Peers},
Introduction to the Series. Acknowledgements. Maps. Preface. Note on Spelling. Chronology. PART ONE: INTRODUCTION. 1. BACKGROUND AND HISTORIOGRAPHY. PART TWO: ANALYSIS. 2. EMPIRES AND ENTREPRENEURS, 1700-65. 3. CONQUEST AND CONSOLIDATION, 1765-1857. 4. REBELLION AND RECONSTRUCTION, 1857-1885. PART THREE: ASSESSMENT. 5. THE LEGACIES OF EMPIRE IN BRITAIN AND INDIA. PART FOUR: DOCUMENTS. Glossary. Who's Who. Further Reading. References. Index. 
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