The Nagas

Hill Peoples of Northeast India

Project Introduction The Naga Database

published - extracts on Nagas from 'Assam Administration Report'

caption: Frontier Tribes
caption: Relations with Tributary States and Frontier Affairs
caption: Naga Hills
medium: reports
ethnicgroup: Nokhu-Nokluk
location: Totok Chi (Chui) Pangsha Ukha Yungkao Agching (Aghching)
date: 1939
date: 1940
text: 4. The transfrontier Semas and Sangtams continued to behave well, and the peace between the former and the Yimtsungr was not broken.
text: In the Konyak area, Totok and Chui continued to give trouble. They again, contrary to His Excellency's orders, used guns in their feuds, and were fined one hundred guns each.
text: The villages of Nokhu-Nokluk tribe (a section of the Kalyo-Kengyu tribe) again gave serious trouble. Pangsha, which had been visited and burnt in 1936, combined with Ukha and Yungkao and wiped out the small village of Aghching, taking a large number of heads. The villages were visited by a column and suitably dealt with.
text: The Nagas were as eager to offer their services in the present was as they were in the last.