The Nagas

Hill Peoples of Northeast India

Project Introduction The Naga Database

manuscript notes made by W.G. Archer between 1946 & 1948, and miscellaneous papers and letters

caption: trans-frontier raids from 1920 to 1946
medium: notes
person: WangyamEching
location: Choha Aopao (Chongwe) Longmien Ngangching
date: 4.6.1933
person: Pawsey/ C.R.Archer/ W.G.
date: 25.4.19471946-1948
refnum: 13:2
text: S.D.O's no. 273G dt. 4/6/33: Use of guns in war -
text: Choha V Chongwe
text: Longmien
text: Ngangching.
text: Choha attacked Chongwe and got a gun and a dao. After they returned Longmien and Ngangching attacked Chongwe, of the Longmien G.Bs Eching who refused to come in mainly responsible, then Wangyam's then Nifong's. Wangyam released from custody by D.C's orders. S.D.O. saw all concerned in August and they admitted use of the guns. D.C. suggests fines. One mithan from Choha. Three mithan from Longmien. Two mithan from Ngangching. D.C. arranged to visit all the above area in Jan. 1934. Totok, Longmien, Choha, Ngangching, Aopao (Chongwe), Nian, Yungya, Kamahu.