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Girmitiyas : the origins of the Fiji Indians / Brij V. Lal ; with a foreword by Clem Seecharan
Bib ID 3305726
Format BookBook
Author
Lal, Brij V
 
Description Lautoka, Fiji : Fiji Institute of Applied Studies, 2004 
[viii], 190 p. : ill., maps, ports., facsim., geneal. tables ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 9789823010236
9823010234
Notes

"This book was first published in 1983 by Journal of Pacific History, Canberra" -- t.p. verso.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects East Indians - Fiji - History.  |  Immigrants - Fiji.  |  India - Emigration and immigration.  |  Fiji - Emigration and immigration.
Other authors/contributors Fiji Institute of Applied Studies

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