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places of interest during the British period
Modern name: Dharamsala
- 1905 Kangra earthquake Wikipedia. Most buildings in the towns of Kangra, Mcleodganj and Dharamshala were destroyed.
- Dharmsala, page 14, Photographs of Dharmsala, rear of book, computer page n453 Memoirs of the Geological Survey of India Volume XXXVIII The Kangra Earthquake of 4th April 1905 by CS Middlemiss, Superintendent, Geological Survey of India 1910, reprinted 1981 Archive.org
- See also 1905 Kangra earthquake
- Dharmsala Imperial gazetteer
- St. John in the Wilderness Wikipedia
- Photograph: Dhurmsala; The Church from the South West by Samuel Bourne 1864. J. Paul Getty Museum. Same image British Library version.
- Photograph: Dhurmsala; Lord Elgin's Grave by Samuel Bourne 1864. Both from an Album of Indian Views at the J. Paul Getty Museum.
- St. John's Church Dharmasala video from YouTube
- Saint John in the Wilderness cemetery Mcleodgunj, Himachal Pradesh, India by K.J.S.Chatrath. June 5, 2014. Retrieved 13 September 2014. gravematters.in
- Cemeteries in Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh findagrave.com. Click on Search to browse cemetery images and transcribed records.
- Dharamshala 123himachal.com
- McLeod Ganj Wikipedia. Now the official residence of the Dalai Lama
- McLeodganj's 152-Yr-Old Nostalgia Shop India Times April 14, 2013
Historical books online
- Punjab District Gazetteers Volume XA Kangra District Part A 1904 contains no index, but there is a section on Dharmsala commencing computer page 259 (printed page 250) Archive.org, mirror from Digital Library of India.