British Colonization and Restructuring of Naga Polity by Neivetso Venuh
The British occupation of Kohima was a landmark in the history of the British colonisation of Naga Hills. Broadly speaking, the history of British colonisation may be divided into several periods: The period of control from without conducted by a system of expeditions; the period of interference; and the period of control from within, merging into gradul absorption into British territory. The British colonisation of Naga territory gradually brought about certain changes in the administration of the Nagas while leaving them to administer their villages according to their respective customs and traditions. This book is a study of the British Colonization and the restructuring of the Naga polity.
N. VENUH is Professor in the Department of History and Archeaology, Nagaland University, Kohima. He is the former Dean of the School of Social Sciences, Nagaland Univerity.
He has published another two books entitled “Continuity and Change in the Naga Society” and “People, Heritage and Oral History of Naga”.
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