Konoma was still unfortified, and a few days would have sufficed to capture it, and place the Naga Hills at our feet.
I may as well give a short account of the different tribes inhabiting the Naga Hills district when I took charge.
I describe the Naga Hills and Manipur as they were in old days.
Sallajee lived to fight against us, during the campaign in the Naga Hills in 1879–80.
Well did the Naga Hills campaign, prove the truth of his words.
There was a long standing boundary dispute between Manipur and the Naga Hills.
Life in the Naga Hills was of course very different to what it is in more civilised parts of India.
Loongurze is infested with a villainous midge, of the same genus as that of the Naga Hills, but few are to be found at Bharowl.
I began to make this road during the Naga Hills Campaign of 1879–80, and it has since been regularly used.