INDEX OF THE SCANNED SOURCES  (NATIONAL ARCHIVES ACCRA)

The numbers (1-551) refer to the pages in the list of sources. The file is not yet complete.

 

Achangalsa
34: elected chief (1927)

Afoko (see also Sandema)
30f. (1924); 114: praise (1922); 119: Died 20.3.27;  530: Afoko and Yiparo were candidates after the old chief’s death; Yiparo was given the fetish by the fetishman Amuusa;

Agalaga
34: headman of Chuchuliga Newalsa (1930)

Agriculture, husbandry and food
13: cattle route Navrongo – Tamale… 56: vegetables; 88 (cattle in bush); 122: yams; 489: bullock training, 493: indigenes know a good deal; 512: bush fire; 518: guinea fowls, 504: yams

Anecdotes

109, 253, 330 (lions), 336 (history), 497: girls;

Animals

220: zebu bull, died, 330: lions killed late Afoko’s horse; 335: lions, Bachonsa; 478: “kubba”, elephant; 463: lioness, story; 480: roan, hartebeest; 481: locust attacks, 499: crocodiles, 511: leopard cubs, 513: lion, hyenas, leopards; 518: crocodiles sacred; 521: hyenas and leopards (Kanjaga); 539: locusts in Nyasa,

550; Table: Taxes on animals, Navrongo 31-121-07

551: Cattle route from Navarro to Coomassie via Tamale

Route from Zuaragu to Coomassie via Tamale

Atuga bisa

541: August 16, 1912: raids of Babatu: Wia, Sandema, Senissi, Kalarsi; present chiefs are descendants of the grandsons of Wurume, the present chief appointed chiefs of Kanjaga villages. His authority seems to be gone.

Ayamkom
32: elected chief of Kanjaga (1926)
34: Ayamkom destooled

Babatu
109: Sandema repulsed him, most people of Kanjaga fled to Sandema
227, 259, 262; 492, 494: Dawa-dawa; 541: August 16, 1912: raids of Babatu: Wia, Sandema, Senissi, Kalarsi;

Bachonsa 

(Note: According to Pauline Akankyalabey (p. 37), Afeok, the founder of Bachonsa came from Wiaga, but we do not know much about his successors. In Francis Afoko’s unpublished typescript on the Ayietas (p. 8) we find a hint that around 1912 the Bachonsanaab’s name was Ayuenala. The same author writes that in September 1920 the election of a new chief was prepared, but he does not mention his name. One of Ayuenala’s successors was Ayaafinyari, but here again any data or hints at a chronology are lacking. The incumbent (1978) chief of Bachonsa is Atuebey, who was elected on March 25th, 1977).

126: 26.9.1908: The Chief of Bechawnsi came in to Navoro + complained that hardly any of his Headmen obeyed him. A Constable was sent out + the following headmen brought in + detained in goal for sometime at Navaro to learn sense.

  Headmen   Section
Attubugee Yambissi
Addaboya (Awuduwo is dead) Gangosobols
Abellini Vari
Ayaraga (son of Akunsa who is too old)  Vari
Akumbena Yambissi
Aiyallua Ailidem
Achum Tibassi + Awuchandem
Avizakum (Chief Headman) Yambissi
Attinkpi Achangdey
Anam Aijedem

sgd. S. Nash, D.C

126-132, 465, 480, 481: dawa-dawa

chiefs: 92 Liste, 90 Liste, 101: Ajiunulla (blind, 1917), his sons, 126 dto, 138, 138, 204, 216; 335: chief feeble, but not old; 380, 480: blind, young

history: 335: people came from Wiaga

sections 126 +hm, 127 +hm, 128? 130 # hm, 190

visits DC: 65, 192, 199, 200, 204, 211, 333

teng-nyono and tanggbain: 128

Bicycles: see transport

Biuk

40, 42, 101; 293-94

42: (9) My name is Atinansi  Nankanni. I live at Kologu. I am headman of Biuk (June, !944).

chiefs: 102: chief made by Mamprusi chief of Korogu, Biuk has no Paramount Chief; Nash (1908)

sections: 103f + hm, 1909;

history: 40: conflict with Kolugu, 284-90 dto; 291: boundary Chuchuliga-Biuk,

teng-nyono and tanggbain: 291; 293: ownership of land, Tendana: owner of a large area, incl. Chuchuliga, Kologo, partlly Bulsa;

 

Bolgatganga

67: troubles with British: Bolga, Tongo, Nabrigo

 

Brideprice

453

Bulsa (general or several villages):

17; 53-74: reports; 82: chiefs’ list (1921-38), 90: chiefs’ list 1917; 149: list with recruits; 184: Kanjaga country: 15 villages divided into 88 sections, Kanj: 14, Sand: 12; remainder less than 5 sections, 486,

 

Castellan, D.C.

117: visits Kunkwa (1907)

 

Cardinall:

188

Census

222: Uasi, number of compounds (1925);

Chollet, Fr.

67: arrived (1967)

 

Chuchuliga

20-37, 65, 105: trouble with chiefs et al. (1925); 193, 196, 203, 207, 210, 291 (boundary Biuk-Chuchuliga),

293: under tendana of Biuk; 295f., 312, 347, 360, 367, 465, 466: 3 wells, 490, 516: wells

chiefs: 20: Amachenna 1907, 21: dies 30.12.07; Attechey elected, 23: Attechey deposed  on 1-1-1914, 26: Abonjong: headman 1906; 28: Aperigam died 22-12-22, Amboba elected on 18-5-1923; 34: Achangalsa elected, has guinea worm; 36, 82; 98-100; 105: chief’s son Adachaba, 106; 159??; 161: Perugal reinstalled, 163; 164: chief suspended, temporary: Apinga; 165: Aleichi (?): suicide attempt, 175: chief old; 176, 186, 218, 310, 314, 315, 346, 354f, 447ff: detailed trial, chief, 465 visit, 516: medallion,

sections and headmen: 20-26; 27 + census; 28; 34: Nyangania Chana 1927; 36; 99f; 105: 20 sections;

teng-nyono or tanggbain: 20 (Azinna);

543 (important page!) 19.1.27 Ayamkom destooled: 6 months I.H.L for failing to report an outbreak of Rinderpest; also headman Adaambe deposed

1.2.27: From this date Chuchuliga (less Nyangania Section) will be under Sandema as all the people so concerned are Builsas.

The Section of Nangania, now partly under Chana, will entirely pass to that Town as it is all Kassena. signed … AgCNP [Acting Commissioner of the Northern Province]

23.2.27 Confirmed by Chief Commissioner letter No 158/57/19;

1.3.27 [Chuchuliga] Election of new chief held in presence of P.C. and Ag. P.C. Chiefs of Sandema, Siniasi, Chana and Kadema present. Achangalsa elected on one year probation.

6.3.27 Nyangania Section officially handed over to the Chief of Chana -no dissentients

18.7.27 Visited [Chuchuliga] R.H. [?] in good order but full of mosquitoes. Chief suffering from Guinea worm.

4.8.27 …people complain that they do not get fair play in the Chief Sandema’s court….

545:  (Navrongo? Chuchuliga?)  This town is a den of thieves. They have stolen a lot of sawn timber being brought to Navrongo. The town is fined 500 bundles of firewood (which is for brickburning) and the chief will remain in the H.Q. until this is brought in (10 August 1928)

Achangalsa the chief is “suspect” of is warned that if anything else goes wrong he will be removed. Whittall, CNP

27.1.30 Agalaga headman of Nawalsa complained that some compounds failed to follow him. Warned. The headmanship of the Nawalsa section is doubtful. The chief is to report on my next visit.

 

Complaints

156ff   (various villages)

 

Conflicts and troubles

248: Wiesi, Akow claims chieftainship via Wulugu (1911); 293: Biuk – Kologo (1946)

Crime

59, 535: sheep stealing in Paga; 536: criminal cases in Chuchuliga;

545: (or Navrongo?) 10 August 1928 This town is a den of thieves. They have stolen a lot of sawn timber being brought to Navrongo. The town is fined 500 bundles of firewood (which is for brickburning) and the chief will remain in the H.Q. until this is brought in

Achangalsa the chief is “suspect” of is warned that if anything else goes wrong he will be removed. Whittall, CNP

 

Diaries

298-305: Nov. 1930; 305-309: Dec. 1930; 310-313: Aug. 1931; 310: note: diary kept until 1st March; 314-16: Sept-Oct. 1931; 317-354: March- Nov. 1932; 354-362: March-April 1933; 362-369: July 1933; 457-529: Jan. 1939 – May 1940

history: 346

547: Informal Diary September 1939

2nd and 3rd beginning of the Second World War; Hitler regime has no stability

 

District Office Navrongo

548: Navrongo District Office Records (table), ADM 63/5/1 – 11 (1907-1922)

 

Doninga

129, 139-41; 143; 176; 227: vote paramountcy: neutral; 328f., 502: unpopulated;

chiefs: 82 list, 90 list; 118, 141: 1917, 180f., 187, 189; 357 (1932: old chief); 497: 14-11-1939: young chief elected 18 months ago; son of old chief, popular; 498: in 1900 the chief gave a cow to white men; 513: young, silent chief;

history: 339: came from Kadema; 346

sections: 139 + hm;

visits DC: 65; 192, 196, 198, 200, 204, 211, 216, 298360; 513;

 

Election chiefs

6f: Ankanaba elected (1912); 8-11: Adachuro; 32 Ampoba deposed (1926); 119: Sandema: Agaasa (8.4.27);

 

Fines and punishment

105: Chuchuliga(1916); 135: Kadema (1918, 1925); 185: Paga (1917);

 

Fulani

128, 349; 355; 506

 

Fumbisi 

337, 357, 360f, 493, 494: Dawa-dawa; 495, 507, 508: dam, 517: dam, 527

chiefs: 1: Ampusuba elected (Armitage); 82: list; 90 list; 116: new chief elected: 13./14 -4-1915; 174, 177, 180, 184f., 189; 191, 194, 198, 201, 205, 211, 217, 227: vote for Kanj. paramount;  494: chief has 3 horses, dam for Nadem section;

 

Gbedema 

185 (1917); 186, 202, 211, 318, 345f, 477, 491, 503: dam; 517: dam, 521, 527,

chiefs: 82 list; 90 list; 174, 180, 190, 227: vote for paramount chief: neutral; 342

history: 339

 

Gbedembilisi

chiefs: 82 list, 90 list; 122 (absent), 138, 155: chief Akannuemena, 173; 189; 214; 494f: chief glad about whites, old, quarrels with Mamprusi,

history: 344: from Gbedema;

sections; 97, 135

teng-nyono+tanggbain.: 97

visit DC: 179; 194, 198, 206, 300, 318

 

Giadema

269-272, 343, 198: these people are entirely Mamprusi

chiefs: 271: G.: chief’s town und Katigiri its section; 353

sections: 271f, 300 + hm

health: 58 (Meningitis); 233 Kanj. hospital;

history (see also Babatu): 262: Wurume as ancestor; (especially Olivier: p. 324-369); 333: Vari; 335: Bachonsa, came from Wiaga; 336: nobody knows history before [Atuga]; 337; 339: Gbedema; 338: Atabia (Mampr.) father of [Atuga]; 342: author: Olivier

 

Harvest, food scarcity

540: Sandema and Chuchuliga; average food scarcity around May (planting time), danger of locusts,

 

Kadema

chiefs: 82: list; 90:  list; 96: Adogo died; 135: Chief Atiguira (1920), sections and headmen; 174; 219 (=135); 219: Atiguira; 220: Amangabe headman; 227: vote for Sand. paramount chief; 365;

history: 339;

sections / headmen: 97, 135, 219, 221 + census; 223; 492f: Samsa

visits DC: 179; 191, 195, 197, 202, 207, 210, 214, 218, 302 (23-11-30), 317,

teng-nyono / tanggbain: 97, 221; 338, 493?;

 

Kandiga

83; 293: Tendana of Biuk: land east of Kandiga; 312

 

Kanjaga

2 (theft); 107: headmen, palaver, votes for paramount chief (1910?); 149, 193, 196f, 198, 201, 205f, 211, 216, 231-236, 318, 328; 360f; 375; 475: Boania: River to Wiesi; 477; 503; 504: 3-day trek to Kunbugu market for yams; 505, 506: Fulani; 507f,

chiefs: 5; 6f: Ankanaba elected (1912); 8-11: Adachuro; 32 Ampoba deposed (1926) and  elected; 34: Ayamkom destooled; 78: Babatu, Adachuro elected (1906);  82 list; 90 list; 148: Adachuro died on 27-6-14; had been deposed in April 1913; 176; 180; 183; 185; 187; 189; 224: Adachuro (1905), 225-227; 228: Ankanab should become chief and Adachuro to be deposed (1911); 229: Akanaba elected: 24-4-1913; 230?, 231: Ankanaba old (1922), dies 1922,  Anatiw elected (July 1922); 232f; 234: chief Anatiu died 21-1-1934; election; 235: Ampanta elected: 22-24 Feb 1934; 329; 348, 349: fined; 357, 359, 378, 495f, 508, 521;

544: 27 (?) July 1926: Ampoba removed from Chiefship for failing to assist the Government over Rinderpest + telling lies…  Whittall AgCNP

20th August 1926 Ayakom Kanjarga elected chief. He has a following over 200 compound owners and 350 men as against his rival Azambadi Kanjarga who had a following of 51 compound owners and 79 men (No boys and youth were counted. Ayamkom is a middle aged man and looks strong though a bit curly. Azambodi Kanjaga was a very old man in the doting stage. There were no other competitors.

Ayamkom Kanjarga in the presence of the Head Chief Awe of Navrongo was told that he was elected Chief on 3 years probation. Head chief Awe assured me that Ayamkom would be of great assistance to him.

history: 55: new market; 345;
sections and headmen: 107, 110; 184: 14 sections; 225, 227: headmen, 220, 228 (1913); 231-233; 234 + number of compounds; 235
recruiting: 168 Sgt. Soalla in Kanjaga; 227: discharged
t.n,+tanggbain.: 232

 

Kanyaro, Kayero

38; 76; 199, 273; 332, 5621

 

Kategra

144= 145=146; 151: Katili = Katigiri under Kunkwa, 180, 195, 198, 214, 258 (follows now Kunkwa); 279: back from Giadema, follow Kunkwa;

chiefs: 90 list; 144f, 145; 151: chief Kabila under Kunkwa; 173; 179; 189; 271; section of Giadema, Anilig elected (20-4-1925), residence in Giadema; 272: Katigiri people move back to Kategra with the exception of Jankansa;

sections/headmen: 258 (1920)

Kologu

40f.; 191, 195, 197, 215; 291f; 463: lioness;

chiefs: 42: late chief Asobayire; new chief Akanvure (1944), 185; 215; 284-90: Kologo-Biung affair; 287: Kologo-Bulsa boundary; conflict with Biung; 293: under Tendana of Biuk, a landowner in Biuk; conflicts between Biuk and Kologu; chief by English or usurped? K. on cattle track, is therefore rich (1946);

Kpasinkpe (Pasinkpe)

206; 345f, 248: s. Wulungu; 360

history: 338: history of the Bulsa by Pitadina; P. had claimed the whole Bulsa in 1919, destooled, 343; 541: August 16, 1912: raids of Babatu: Wia, Sandema, Senissi, Kalarsi; present chiefs are descendants of the grandsons of Wurume, the present chief appointed chiefs of Kanjaga villages. His authority seems to be gone.

27.5..  (from) Passinkwia to Kanjaga country. There are three canoes at the Passinkwe-Kunkwa crossing of the Volta, run by Passinkwe.  S.D.N.

Kraals

13-15; 86f.;

 

Kunkwa

151-153,  259-268, 279ff., 361;

chiefs: 90 list; 144; 151; 153 + Babatu; 173: chief old and sick (1918); 215-217; 259: 1906: Abili died several years ago; wounds by Babatu; 26.5.06: Asaponing elected, 9.8.09: chief died; Aparinga elected in 1909; 260: chief very old in 1912; 265, 266: election, 12 candidates; Regent: Agang; 267: Anabil elected: 8-8-1927; 268; 353, 385: trial: Akwabi, chief of Kunkwa vsa. Akuto: abduced his daughter; 386ff: trial,

history: 338: Bulsa; 343: Kapsinkpe

sections: 259f, 263;

others: 68 (epidemic); 117; 124: Kunkuna (?); 177; 178: conflict; 179; 187; 189; 204, 206, 209, 317f (visit);

t.n,+tanggbain.: 268

health: 279: hospital (planned?)

 

Lawcourts, complaints, trials

376-456: places of trial only exceptionally entered in this index; exception: chiefs,

 

Lists, contents

45-48 (S, T, U, V, W): villages; 49: all villages Navrongo District (1936), 50-52: villages B, C, K; 59: crimes, 60 taxes, 62 taxes; 370-375; 370-72: persons of the trials (377ff); 374: place of the trials (377ff); 375: names of persons (for which part?)

Medallion

119: Afoko’s m. returned after death (1927)

Mileage

44; 49

 

Mission (White Fathers)

67: Fr. Chollet arrived (1967); 203 (Morin); 244 (Wiaga), 245: Wiaga-mission closed; 303: Wiaga, 323; 337: Fr. Barsalon; 457f: Fr. Gaingnon; 487: bishop; 491; 499; 503: Wiaga 3 fathers;

 

Nash, Acting Commissioner, NE Province
80: tolls (1912); 80 (1912), 102 (1908)

Navrongo, Navoro (incomplete!)

16: cattle route to Tamale and Kumasi; 30f: road; 32: Awe head chief (1926); 42: names of headmen and localities, census (1901f.); 55: market: European cloth (1906-7); 80: tolls and trade routes (1912); 105; 175, 464: Why is N. sub-district of Mamprussi (1939)?

chiefs: 90 list, 499

sections: 18?; 19?; 29f+hm, 91 + census

 

Nyungania, Nangania

34: from Chuchuliga to Chana

 

Officers (see also: transport of officers):

57: 1907; 310: took over from Whittall (6.8.31); 312; 324-369: Olivier since 7-6-1932; 324: bicycle, 365: Syme, Cypriani: interpreter; 458: the clerk’s safe; 498: 17-11-1939: Mothersill (?) handed over to Talbot;

 

Ouagadougou
67: asked for horses (1907)

Paga

185: chief, conflicts (1917);

Paramountcy

109: election; 227 (election 1911)

 

Paskinkwe, Passinkwia: see Kpasinkpe

 

Recruiting 

105 : Chuchuliga (1917); 185: Sandema: 6 recruits, Paga, Navrongo (1917); 534 (Armitage May 1917): Kunkwa, Fambissie. Kanjaga, Wiaga, Sandema (2 of each of the 7 sections); 535: Sandema, Winkogo; 536: Sandema (large meeting), Wiaga, Bedema, Navrongo; 537: 12 recruited, sent to Tamale; 538 (continues 537): Fumbisi, Uassi, Kadema, Paga, Kolugu;

 

Reports

53-74: 1907; 75-77: 1912?; 78-79: June 1912; 81: Sept. 1915?

reports 1907: annual: 54-59 (61?); Feb: 71-72; March: 67-69; April: 65-66; June: 63; Sept: 71-71; December: 53;

 

Resthouse
13: Sandema (1924); 34: Chuchuliga (1924);

 

Routes

12: trade; 16: cattle; 80: subsidiary trade routes; 85; 498: Doninga on dying trade route, 259: Kunkwa: on the main caravan route from Moshi country to Salaga and Kintampo

 

Sandema

113: no Muslims; 113-125 (L); 115 (road Wiaga and Kanj.); 274-278; Dispensary opened on 25-5-1937; 295, 297; 343; 360, 457, 458: N.A. store; 459; 465, 467f, 471f, 474f, 478, 488f, 492, 516, 522, 525: suicide, 526: bush-stick-bridge

chiefs: 30f: Afoko; 63; 77: Sandemnaab Paramount; 82 list; 90 list; 92: Ieta (1905); 93: Anakum; 109; 113: Nakon, seclusion; 114: election approved; 115: Afoko, Yipari; 116: medal for Afoko; 117: Afoko; 119 dto, Agaasa unanimously elected 8-4-27; 120 dto; 121 Agaasa; 121 Adong, Agaasa confirmed; 123: seclusion, rites 1930?; 125; 136 Yiparo; 147: Ieta, Ayieparo; 169; 172; 174f; 176; 178f; 182; 185; 187; 190; 201, 204, 207, 208, 212-14; 218, 250, 253f, 262, 264, 269, 271, 274, 275: chiefs for Native Council; 275: election of new chief on 19-12-1932, Akansugasa died 21-11-1932; Azangtenlo elected on 29-12-1932; 276: members of tribunal (court officials and chiefs) in 1933; 283; 310, 319, 321, 323, 325-327; 330: lions killed late Afoko’s horse; 334; 336: all chiefs there; 337,  350: chief died on 21-11-1932; 351: election: Azagtenlo; 352: Angsui from his own compound is against him; 355-57; 359, 367, 383: Afoko trial: return wife; 403: dto, 404f: trial, 411: trial (wife), 416 dto, 418: chief vs. son of Yipari: fetish, 422, 424, 425: trial Afoko: fetish; 429f: girl, 458, 483, 486, 492, 500f, 502, 507, 508, 509, 510: his English; 512, 522, 527,

schools: 277 school opened on 12-5-1936, 469f: school diet, under-nourishment; 479: school, 496: schools, 497f: schools, 50 is limit; 514: schools,

sections / headmen: 94 + hm (1906), 95 + hm (1909); 113f; 118 + census; 147; 184: 12 sections; 274 + census (compounds)

t.n,+tanggbain.: 114 (Fiisa, Attanka);425: Atcham and Aboluk; 426: Atcham,

history: 17; 346

visits DC: 92; 94, 192-194, 196, 202, 210, 216, 305f,

health: 275 (hospital)

 

Siniensi

92; 143; 532: Abba allowed to return from Samale to Siniensi; 237-241; 240: headmen (1925); 498, 519

chiefs: 82 list; 90 list; 199 chief elected on 6-3-1919; 212; 227: vote for Sa Paramount; 237ff: Anusayanasa (1920); 408: trial chief; 405, 522

sections / headmen: 237; 238 + census,

visits DC: 65; 192f, 196, 200f, 211, 298, 318, 328

history: 346: Atuga,

 

Suicide

539: Chana: a man when ordered out onto the road by the chief attempted and failed to stab himself with a poisonous arrow

 

Syme

DC Bawku, p. 365-367

 

Taxes 

60 (1907); 62

550: Table: Taxes on animals, Navrongo 31-121-07

 

Teng-nyono (tendana), tanggbain

293: Biuk: tendana owns large area (1946)

Trade routes
12: Gambaga… Yagba (1912); 80: from Navrongo; 248: Po, Paga, Tumu, Wiesi, Yagba (1906)

 

Transport (of officers, trade)

315: car and bicycle; 317: tin Lizzy; 324: bicycle, 333: by bicycle and on foot to Bachaunsi; b. of not much use; 342: bicycle; 480: horse and carriers; 490: horse; 595: horse; picked up my car in Fumbisi; 521: cycled; 523: my lorry; 539: to Sandema with many punctures in all 3 bicycles; Sandema’s roads very good, 540: first trading lorry from Kumasi to Ouagadougou,

 

Trials: see lawcourts

Tribunal (Sandema)

276: members with their titles at court (1933)

Uwasi 

132; 345: want to follow Kpasinkpe; 360-62, 493: Mamprussi; 508f, 510,

chiefs: 82 list; 90 list; 133; 174; 227: vote for paramount: neutral; 332, 334, 337, 356,

teng-nyono and tanggbain: 446

sections / headmen: 132 + hm; 133; 174: Zossa; 222: 5 sectopms,  + census compounds (1925);  365: Zoassa wants to join Kunkwa

 

Vare 

127

chiefs: 82 list; 90 list;

visits DC: 65, 192, 199f, 204; 480f

history: 333: Mamprusi before Bulsa? – no!;

 

Water supply (incomplete)

87, 466f, 471, 491: Zoasa dam,

 

Warden, Provincial Commissioner

6: in Kanjaga (1912);

Wiaga

92; 242-247, 471, 472: site for Chiok dam; 491: crops, 503, 506: market sheds, 509: Samsa is section of Wiaga, 521

chiefs: 82 list; 90 list; 112; 174; 179; 190; 227: vote for  Sa paramount; 242: chief Azinaba (1920); 242ff, 275: Azinab (1932), 313, 317, 351: most senior chief; 406: trial: guinea corn and children; 471, 490: old chief, road, 491; 517: wise, old

history: 337,

sections /headmen: 112: 21 sections; 242 + census of 1921; 246: hm;

visits DC: 65; 125; 193, 202, 207, 210, 302 (23.11.30)

teng-nyono + tanggbain: Sinyansa: Alluyechare (30-11-30);

health: 245, hospital, Mission

 

Wheeler
2

Whittal
32: in Kanjaga (1926); 34 (1927);

Wiesi

194, 198, 201, 205, 248-257, 299, 328, 344, 360, 475f, 506, 507: surveyor; 518f,

chiefs: 82 list; 90 list; 173; 176; 184; 248: chief Apasube (1906) for last 14 years; before: his father Aiyerawe, traders from Yagaba, Wiesi market: every 6 days, fetish man: Apiuun Agalaba, trade rouits, sections and headmen (1906), Akaw claims to be chief, made by chief of Wulugu, sections and headmen (1912); 249: small medallion for chief; 250: Apasube died in Jan. 1925;  251-253; 255: Anankwen died on 20-12-1933, regent: Akamba (old); Amobil, Akambas’s assistant died; 256: DC favours Akamba, Abuntore elected on 22-7-1939, he is the nephew of Abokinpo, the late chief; 299, 356, 476f: election of Abunturu, had been  acting chief: 22-7-1939; 7 candidates; 495: chief recently elected, is popular

history: 345: came from Wiaga, 346 dto,

sections / headmen: 248; Anankwen elected (17-11-25)

teng-nyono +tanggbain: 254

 

World War II

482: Hitler; 484

 

Wurugu, Wulugu 

206; 248: Akow went to Wulugu to get chiefship,

 

Wurume (ancestor of Sandema, Wiaga…)
17 (1919)

 

Yagaba
12 (1912); 248: trade with Wiesi (1906), trade routes (1906)

Yiparo
see Afoko, rivals at election
530: Yiparo was given the fetish by the fetishman,

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