- Title Pages
- Figures and Maps
* Prologue to Part One *Warfare and Logistics in Saharasia
Chapter 1“Slayers of Camels”: The Second Afghan War and Pack Animal “Wastage”
Chapter 2The Browsing Camel and the Edible “Wasteland”: The North-West Frontier of British India and the Punjab Environment
Chapter 3Jackasses for India: Transport Reform and the Global Traffic in Mules
Chapter 4Veterinary Science and the Partial Rehabilitation of the Camel
Chapter 5Frontier Warfare and the Persistence of Impressment
* Prologue to Part Two *Colonial Transformations
Chapter 6Indian Army Reform and the Creation of a Permanent Transport Establishment
Chapter 7Animal Management, Canal Colonization, and the Ecological Transformation of the Punjab
Chapter 8Surra and the Emergence of Tropical Veterinary Medicine in Colonial India
Chapter 9The Great War and Its Aftermath
Chapter 10Colonial Legacies: The State, Water, Surra, and Camels
- Selected Bibliography
- Animal Labor and Colonial Warfare
James L. Hevia
- University of Chicago Press
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