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: notes of Trans-Frontier raids 1933-1946
medium: notes
person: HuttonScott
location: Sangpurre Longmatrarre (Longmatrare)
date: 22.8.193421.9.193429.10.193431.12.1934
person: Pawsey/ C.R.Archer/ W.G.
date: 1946-1948
refnum: 13:7
text: D.C's 1954G dt. 22/8/34 to Comm: Sangpurre (226) and Longmatrare (225) asked to be taken over, former having lost 3 heads to Semas. Suggests treaty to save them from aggression from west.
text: 839P: Com. disagrees and says why not forbid other raids.
text: 2493G dt. 21/9/34: Hutton replied. This would lead to administration to which he is opposed.
text: 929P Scott Com to C.S. dt. 29/10/34: Disagrees and says we should use our influence to reduce raiding, and C.S. in his No.
text: 2252/7532 A.P. dt. 3/12/34 agreed.