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The First Naga Bibliography

This 57-page document is the first exhaustive bibliography of books on Nagas and books by Nagas.

Every title that has been located is listed, including the many titles that are self-published.

The early writings on the Nagas are mostly anthropological, with the middle period largely Government records. This first collection gives a good idea of the development of writing in Nagaland.

In order to make the bibliography useful for researchers, the document is divided into categories and themes. 

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