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 surveying work
medium: tours
person: OgleHinde
date: 6.2.1876
person: Woodthorpe/ R.G.
date: 1875-1876
person: Pitt Rivers Museum Archive, Oxford
note: SEE undecipherable word
text: (21) Sunday 6th.
text: (Fine day but very hazy. Rather windy from E. Height of camp 4090/4010 - 4050. Max in shade 70o. Min = 42o.)
text: Got up early and went up to mark. Disappointed at finding the weather as hazy as yesterdays. Saw Ogle's camp moving off from river. I took some observations. Saw Hinde and Ogle on way beneath me and came back 11.30. Breakfast. As we were finishing they came in. Worked on P. Table. Got heliotropes dodged up out of looking glasses and talked. Arranged about [] etc. Nothing of importance. (in pencil: Leech? found in firewood. Head drake green above, grey below - body reddish orange - black stripe - body broad and flat 4 inches long. in margin: 'No a slug' J.H.H.)