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Title The East in the West or Work Among the Asiatics and Africans in London
Author(s) Salter, J
Section Section III: The Visible Empire
Date 1896
Document Type Printed Book
Place of Publication London
Publisher S. W. Partridge & Co.,
Library British Library
Reference 4192.bbb.48
Region Europe
Names Joseph Salter, Henry Morris, Thomas Clarkson (pp13-16), Nawab of Surat, Queen of Oude (pp25, 138), Bishop Steere (pp59, 65), Dr David Livingstone (pp65-66), Ali Khan (pp124-125)
Places Britain, England, City of London, Tiger Bay (pp19-25, 43)
Topics the lives of working class non-Europeans in England, religion, Christianity, missionaries, missionary work, Church Missionary Society, CMS, London City Mission, poverty, 'Strangers' Home for Asiatics, Africans and South Sea Islanders', Lascar, contents (p11), illustrations (pp20, 35, 45, 50, 76, 88, 110, 132, 136, 141, 144, 155, 164), mixed-race (pp17, 25, 37), inter-racial marriage (pp25, 35), crime and punishment (p17), Islam, Mohammedanism (pp19-20, 23, 64, 72, 74, 90-91, 94, 100, 136-137), Hindu, Hinduism (pp115-120, 145), Sikh, Sikhism (pp121-123), opium (pp20, 24, 25-32, 35, 41-43, 47, 50, 52-54), gambling (pp32, 41-46), dress and appearance of non-Europeans (pp19-21, 45, 47, 58, 115, 120), Chinese music (pp47-51), central Africans (pp57-69), slavery (pp57-59, 105, 112), education (p67), Suratis, Swahilis, Manillas and Chinese (pp70-80), Turkish warships (pp81-96), health and disease, sick sailors (pp97-103), law, prisons, non-Europeans imprisoned in England (pp104-114), Indian Civil Service (p118), London City Mission (p126), burial customs (pp136-137), Indian Exhibitions in London (pp138-149), entertainment, juggling, snake charming (p144), Asiatic Rest (pp150-167)