The Nagas

Hill Peoples of Northeast India

Project Introduction The Naga Database

miscellaneous papers, notebooks and letters on Nagas by Ursula Graham Bower, 1937-1947

caption: Hangrum's migration
medium: notes
ethnicgroup: Zemi
location: Hangrum
person: Graham Bower/ Ursula
date: 1937-1946
person: private collection
text: Migration
text: Hangrum community arrived at their present position by the following stages, from Noui, their original home:- 1) Thusann(?) in N.Hills 2) Site called "Hamlong", on hill between C.Nenglo and Leikul. Too warm, so moved back to site near Thingje 3) "Mpaikuloa"; 4) moved to Nenglokuloa, site S. of Hajaichak. Hajaichak, Nenglo, Laisong, Hangrum, were all one community. 5) Hangrumkuloa site about 2 miles W. of present site, between latter and Tenam. 6) Moved to Hakaokhiloa, old site by road between Nenglo and Hangrum. 7) Moved back to Hangrumkuloa, and Laisong split off after a quarrel, and went to A) Dusimloakuloa, ...(unfinished)