When we think of African Americans we
immediately associate them with slave history and when we think
of the indenture system, we associate it with the Asian migrant
workers of the nineteenth century British colonies. Neither of
these assumptions have been carefully clarified in the Indian
indenture scholarship. Although, indenture history of North
American colonies of Britain was extensively covered by
economic historians and migration studies, very little has been
discussed in regard to the broader historical background of the
indenture system within the scholarship of the Indian diaspora.
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