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Kasauli is a small town in the foothills of the Himalayas. It was attached to the Ambala District during the British period and, together with Dagshai and Subathu, was one of a number of hill depots created by the British army in the mid-19th century for the families and some of the troops to escape the hot weather which was so unhealthy in the plains. Up to at least 1870 it was used as a convalescent depot.
Modern name: Kasauli
- Christ Church - Anglican (pictured). In 2001, The Tribune described the church as somewhat dilapidated but noted the high quality fittings and glass.
The Pasteur Institute, for treatment of rabies, and the Central Research Institute, for research into tropical diseases, were opened at Kasauli in July 1900. In 1905 the control of the institutes was separated, but combined again in 1911. 
- Kasauli Wikipedia
- Photographs of Kussowlie 1867 (scroll down) by a member of the 21st Hussars hussards-photos.com
- Photograph: Kasauli. Christ Church from a collection “ca. 1889, some photographs later” New York Public Library Digital Collection.
- Photograph: Club house and recreation ground at Kasauli from a collection “ca. 1889, some photographs later” New York Public Library Digital Collection.
- Churches and Cemeteries of Himachal Pradesh, now an archived webpage, from Himachal Tourism has sections on Kasauli , Subathu and Dagshai, in addition to Simla and other towns.
- Kasauli Brewery Wikipedia, Mohan Meakin Limited Wikipedia. 1800s Solan No. 1: The accidental legacy The breweries in Kasauli and Solan livemint.com
- Postcard: The Market, Kasauli paperjewels.org
- Postcard: Kasauli from above Belvedere looking NW. 1915 Images of Asia, now archived.
- Pictures from Kasauli - hill station in Himachal Pradesh Photos from slideshare.net . Photo no. 42 shows the location of nearby towns in relation to Kasauli.
- "Kasauli: A tourist resort with unrealised potential" by Ankur Bansal The Tribune Saturday, 26 December 1998
Historical books online
- Kasuali Imperial Gazetteer
- "Kussowlie" page 157 A Guide to Simla: With a Descriptive Account of the Neighbouring Sanitaria, Subathoo, Dugshaie, Sunawur, Kussowlie, Kotegurh, Chini, &c., &c., &c by W H Carey 1870 Google Books
- "Kasauli: A Hill Station" page 146 Many Camps : Sketches of Indian Life by Arthur Waltham Howlett 1912 (articles republished from the Manchester Guardian) Google Books. Howlett was at that time an Indian Army doctor with the Indian Medical Service.
- Kennedy, David. Re: HURST Rootsweb India Mailing List 2 September 1998, now archived.
- page 373, Abstract of the proceedings of the Sanitary Commissioner with the Government of India, for the months of January, February, March and April 1870 Google Books
- Sharma, Ambika "Architecture of Kasauli churches" The Tribune (Chandigarh), March 2, 2001 [Accessed 25th Feb 2010]
- British Medical Journal 7 February 1914 [Accessed 13 June 2011]