Gazetteer of Upper Burma and the Shan States Volume 2, V. 3

Gazetteer of Upper Burma and the Shan States Volume 2, V. 3

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1901 edition. Excerpt: ...village in the Taung-u circle, Yezagyo township, Pakokku subdivision and district, with a population of three hundred and fortynine persons, according to the census of 1891. The thathameda amounted to Rs. 660 for 1897-98. TAN-TA-BIN.--A village of eleven Kachin houses on the Naphe chaung, a tributary of the Sinkan chaung, in the Shwegu subdivision of Bhamo district. Formerly there were three households of Shan-Burmese, but these removed some years ago to Nanhkauk taik. TAN-TA-BIN.--A village in the Mayagan township, Ye-u subdivision of Shwebo district, twenty miles from headquarters. There are three hundred inhabitants, and paddy cultivation is almost the only industry. The thathameda paid for 1896-97 amounted to Rs. 340. TAN-THA.--A village in the Tantha circle, Seikpyu township, Pakokku subdivision and district, with a population of two hundred and fifty-nine persons, according to the census of 1891. The thathameda amounted to Rs. 130 for 1897-98. TAN-YIN.--A circle in the Myothit township of Magwe district. It includes the villages of Tatk6n, Kyundaw-aing and Ma-gyi-gon. TAN-YIN.--A village in the Pauk township and subdivision of Pakokku district, with a population of forty-one persons, according to the census of 1891, and a revenue amounting to Rs. 140. TAN-YIN.--A revenue circle in the Nato-gyi township, Myingyan subdivision and district. In 1895-96 the population numbered four hundred and forty-five persons, and the thathameda amounted to Rs. 506. No land revenue was collected in the circle. TAO.--A village of Chins of the Klangklang tribe in the Southern Chin Hills. It lies fifty miles from Hakaand can be reached from Haka by a road to the south crossing several streams. In 1894 it had eighty houses. Nga Poi was its resident chief. The...show more

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  • English
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  • 1236537033
  • 9781236537034