As well as the titles listed in our Books pages
The Trading world
of Asia and the East India Company 1660-1760
by Kirti N Chaudhuri.
Trade and civilisation
in the Indian Ocean: an economic history from the rise of Islam to 1750
by Kirti N Chaudhuri
British Library resources
www.bl.uk/reshelp/findhelpregion/asia/india/indiaofficerecords/indiaofficerecordsfurtherreadingontheeastindiacompanyandindiaoffice/iorreading.html Information about the collections of the East India Company archive and more suggestions for further reading
www.bl.uk/reshelp/findhelpregion/asia/india/indiaofficerecords/indiaofficehub.html Includes resources for Family History research. You can pay for copies of birth certificates and other documents through the Ecclesiastical Search Service
www.bl.uk/services/learning.html The British Library's Living Words site for schools - includes resources and an interactive Trading Places game
Take a course at Fathom. The British Library's online learning partner, Fathom, has created a seminar around the exhibition. Taught by the curator of the exhibition, Anthony Farrington, the seminar is free and gives an illustrated account of the history of the East India Company.
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www.vam.ac.uk Site of the Victoria & Albert Museum. Contains many items which originally formed part of the East India Company Museum collection
www.nmm.ac.uk Site of the National Maritime Museum at Greenwich, includes information about vessels, trading and all things to do with the sea.
Has many Asian collections which include trade goods (textiles, porcelain
etc) brought to Europe
www.theeastindiacompany.com Site of the current UK plc with information about the history plus products and services
www.pataks.co.uk For information about the company, spices and Indian food
www.twinings.co.uk For information about the company, the history of tea, current gossip and todays product range.
www.grdd.co.uk This Trading Places exhibition website is designed by GR/DD, a London based graphic and interactive design consultancy.