OP70 - Gibbon, Linton

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Title: OP70 - Gibbon, Linton
Author: Gibbon, Lucila
Abstract: Linton Gibbon, who was born in Trinidad in 1888 of Irish descent, was the son of a senior Immigration official. He worked on Nelson Island cooking for East .Indian indentured immigrants. He made a voyage to India between 1902-1904 on a sailing ship with a group of repatriating Indians. This interview, conducted by his grand-daughter, is partly transcribed and analysed in the following paper; Marianne Soares Ramesar: “A Passage to India with Repatriating Immigrants." Paper presented to the 22nd Annual Conference of the Association of Caribbean Historians, The University of the West Indies, i St. Augustine, April 1-6, 1990, 35p + [9p].
Description: 1 audio cassetteThis resource is available for research. It is the property of the West Indiana and Special Collections Division, The Alma Jordan Library, The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/8295
Date: 2010-07-14

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