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This section presents notes to introduction for the book Fort Cochin in Kerala, 1750-1830. The book provides an intimate portrait of a Dutch urban community of East India Company servants and their dependents living within the larger social environment of the Malabar Coast. It shows how between 1750 and 1830 the population of this Dutch settlement had adapted itself to the fundamental political and economic changes that occurred as a result of local state formation processes, the demise of the Dutch East India Company, and the change of regime that occurred when English administration was imposed on Fort Cochin in 1795.

Keywords: Dutch; East India Company; Fort Cochin; Kerala

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