The Nagas

Hill Peoples of Northeast India

Project Introduction The Naga Database

part of original tour diary of Lt. R.G. Woodthorpe 1876

caption: Routine day spent in surveying work
medium: tours
person: Ogle
location: Chuchu Yimlang (Susu) Molungyimchen (Deka Haimong) Sangratsu (Solachu)
date: 1.2.1876
person: Woodthorpe/ R.G.
date: 1875-1876
person: Pitt Rivers Museum Archive, Oxford
text: Tuesday 1st.
text: (Rainy evening till about 9. Very foggy and damp till afternoon. Cleared a little then and little sun. Dull evening. Height of camp M = 3570. Max. = 62o. Min. = 51o.)
text: Sent men up to clear hill early. Too wet to go out till about 9.30. Went halfway to Susu. Did at little to the W. Too foggy to do anything to the E. Back to breakfast at 1. Went up hill at 2. Found the clearing getting on well. Did a little plane tabling. Saw that Ogle's mark is up at Deka Haimong. Did little observing. Mark at Solachu very clear. Back about 5.30. Heard that a Susu man who had come in last night from Deka Haimong saw Ogle there the day before yesterday. Nothing further of importance occured.