Below is a collection of reference material on Indian Arrival Day which can be found in the Heritage Library.
Angel, W.H. (1995). A Return to the Middle Passage: the Clipper Ship "Sheila". Edited by Ken Ramchand and Brinsley Samaroo. Port of Spain, Trinidad: Caribbean Information Systems & Services.
Clarke, Colin G. (1986). East Indians in a West Indian Town: San Fernando, Trinidad 1930-70. London; Boston: Allen and Unwin, 1986.
De Verteuil, Anthony (1989) East Indian immigrants: Gokool, Soodeen, Sookoo, Capildeo, Beccani, Ruknaddeen, Valiama, Bunsee. Port of Spain: Paria Publishing, 1989.
Doodnath, Samuel (1985). A Short History of the East Indian progress in Trinidad and lives of famous Indians, 1845-1984. [s.l.]: S. Doodnath.
Hobson, Wendy (editor) (c1994). The Classic 1000 Indian Recipes. London: Foulsham.
Kanhai, Rosanne (editor) (1999). Matikor: the Politics of Identity for Indo-Caribbean women. St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago: UWI, School of Continuing Studies.
Klass, Morton (1961). East Indians in Trinidad: a Study of Cultural Persistence. New York, Columbia University Press.
LaGuerre, John (editor)(1974). Calcutta to Caroni: the East Indians of Trinidad: Studies. [s.l.]: Longman Caribbean.
Mahabir, Kumar (1992). East Indian women of Trinidad and Tobago: an Annotated Bibliography with Photographs and Ephemera. San Jose, Trinidad, West Indies: Chakra Pub. House.
Mahabir, Kumar and Mahabir, Sita (1990). A dictionary of common Trinidad Hindi. El Dorado, Trinidad and Tobago: Chakra Publishing Co.
Mahabir, Kumar (2001). Medicinal and Edible plants used by East Indians of Trinidad & Tobago [with 70 original drawings by S.K. Ragbir]. Trinidad, W.I.: Chakra Pub. House.
Mahabir, Kumar (1985). The Still Cry: Personal Accounts of East Indians in Trinidad and Tobago during Indentureship, 1845-1917. Tacarigua, Trinidad and Tobago; Ithaca, New York: Calaloux Publications.
Maharaj, Munelal (1999). Jyotir Vigyaan: the Light of True Knowledge: a Daily Guide to Hindu Worship, Philosophy & Symbolism. [Trinidad and Tobago]: M.Maharaj.
Maharah, D. Parsuram (2002). The persistence of the Indian identity in Trinidad. Trinidad: Chakra Publishing House (Caribbean), Mac Print Limited.
Mohammed, Patricia (2002). Gender negotiations among Indians in Trinidad, 1917-1947. Basingstoke: Palgrave in association with Institute of Social Studies.
Munasinghe, Viranjini (2001). Callaloo or tossed salad?: East Indians and the cultural politics of identity in Trinidad. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University.
Myers, Helen (1998). Music of Hindu Trinidad: Songs from the India Diaspora. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
NCIC (1995). Conference on "Challenge and Change: the Indian Diaspora in its Historical and Contemporary Contexts" Commemorating the 150th Anniversary of the Arrival of Indian Indentured Labourers in Trinidad.
Ramesar, Marianne D. Soares. (c1994). Survivors of another crossing: a history of East Indians in Trinidad 1880-1946. St. Augustine, Trinidad: University of the West Indies, School of Continuing Studies.
Samaroo, Brinsley and Dabydeen, David (1996). Across the Dark Waters: Ethnicity and Indian Identity in the Caribbean. London: Macmillan Caribbean, 1996.
Seesaran, E. B. Rosabelle (2002). From Caste to Class: Social Mobility of the Indo-Trinidadian Community 1870-1917. Trinidad and Tobago: Rosaac Pub. House.
Singh, H.P. (1993). The Indian struggle for justice and equality against black racism in Trinidad and Tobago: 1956-1962. Couva, Trinidad and Tobago: Indian Review Press.
Sookdeo, Sandra (1994). Indian dance for the Caribbean. San Juan, Trinidad and Tobago: Chakra Publishing House (Caribbean).
Weller, Judith Ann (1968). The East Indian Indenture in Trinidad. Rio Piedras: University of Puerto Rico, Institute of Caribbean Studies.