The Nagas

Hill Peoples of Northeast India

Project Introduction The Naga Database

Furer-Haimendorf manuscript spiral bound notebook two

caption: origins of villages
medium: notes
ethnicgroup: Konyak
date: 8.7.1936
person: Furer-Haimendorf
date: 2.6.1936-12.1936
note: [konyak] means text omitted
person: School of Oriental and African Studies Library, London
text: (13) 8th July
text: Ang-pan morung of Tamlu came from Tan-hai and speak T. language - that is Yong-pung's (Dobashi) morung.
text: Chintang is said to have come from the plains, custom and tattoo are like the ones of Wanching and Wakching.
text: Kongnyu came from the direction of Mongnyu (in the Phom country). Wakching and Wanching claim that it was there that they went through and that they taught them what gennas they have to do.
text: (14) The Ang of Wanching is Ya-to. He is the son of the old man (Wangtong) who was Ang. Nai-wang his predecessor was dismissed (incest?).
text: Chintang has got an Ang from Chi (Chui).