CAMPBELL, A. 1804 — 1874. British (Scots) Physician in India. First name variously given as Andrew, Archibald and Arthur. British Resident in Kathmandu, 1839 moved to Darjeeling, where he became the superintendent of the sanitarium. Started tea cultivation in Darjeeling and developed the town.

Publications: wrote on Himalayan nature and ethnology in JASB vols. 2-27.

On the tribes around Darjeeling. L. 1868 (pamphlet).

Sources: Wikipedia (as Arthur C.); not in Br. Biogr. Arch. 1st & 2nd series.


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