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Pioneering Punjabis Digital Archive
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Description
The Pioneering Punjabi Digital Archive is the most extensive collection of archival material documenting the first significant South Asian community in the United States. The collection includes over 1,300 photographs, rare archival films, letters, newspaper articles, songs, and audio interviews of South Asians who arrived in California from the Punjab region of north India beginning in the 1890s.
Extent
1319 digital objects
Restrictions
Permission policies for publication and reproduction: By granting permission to examine holdings, or by supplying a reproduction, the Library is not authorizing publication. The researcher must obtain permission to publish texts or facsimiles from the owner of the copyright, typically the author/creator, or the heirs to his or her estate. The users of materials with the department's holdings are responsible for respecting the rights of authors/creators or their estates. Please write to Dr. Nicole Ranganath at pioneeringpunjabis@ucdavis.edu for inquiries regarding publication and reproduction or with other questions and comments.
Availability
Collection is open for research.