The Nagas

Hill Peoples of Northeast India

Project Introduction The Naga Database

published - J.H. Hutton, Diaries of Two Tours in the Unadministered Area East of the Naga Hills', 1926

caption: Second Tour
caption: to Dimapur then Longlam
medium: articlestours
date: 15.10.1923-17.10.1923
person: Hutton/ J.H.
date: 10.1923-11.1923
text: Oct. 15th. - To Dimapur. By train to Safrai leaving Dimapur about 11-30 p.m. local.
text: Oct. 17th. - To Longlam. A long hot march - 18 or 19 miles through Safrai and Singlo Tea gardens and the Abhaypur Reserve. In the first 16 miles we rose only 200 feet, that we did not lose again but 1,300 in the last 2 or 3, camping at about 1,800 feet. Sandflies and mosquitos bad. A small village of some 20 houses was found to be unmarked on the map.