Author:Henry George Keene

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Henry George Keene
C.I.E.; Fellow of the University of Calcutta; son of Henry George Keene (1781–1864), orientalist (the brother-in-law of George Harris, first baron of Seringapatam)

This author wrote articles for the Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900
Articles written by this author are designated in the DNB by the initials "H. G. K."

Henry George Keene


  • Turks in India: Critical Chapters on the Administration of That Country by the Chughtai, Babar, and His Descendants
  • Hindustan Under Free Lances, 1770-1820: Sketches of Military Adventure in Hindustan
  • History of India V1: From the Earliest Times to the End of the Nineteenth Century, for the Use of Students and Colleges (1906)
  • Here and There: Memories, Indian and Other (1906)
  • The Fall of the Moghul Empire of Hindustan or The Moghul empire; from the death of Aurungzeb to the overthrow of the Mahratta power
  • St George's Cross - An Episode of Channel Island History
  • British Administration During the Revolt of 1857
  • (ed.) An oriental biographical dictionary, founded on materials collected by the late Thomas William Beale (1894) [1]
  • Fifty-Seven : some account of the administration in Indian districts during the revolt of the Bengal army
  • Madhava Rao Sindhia and the Hindú reconquest of India


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Works about Keene[edit]

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