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    Scott Collection: Burma-China Boundary Commission and 2nd Wild Wa Expedition Photographs.
  1. Photo 92/1(45)
    The Second Expedition to the Wild Wa Country 1897-98. Surg. Campbell, Col. Couchman, Prefect Tao, Gen Wang. This was at Monglem [Yunnan], whither the British party had been induced to come. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1897

  2. Photo 92/1(46)
    Man Hpang. Village in the Wa Country, East Manglun [Shan State]. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1897

  3. Photo 92/1(49)
    Camp at Man Hpang. This was on the second Wild Wa Expedition. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1897

  4. Photo 92/1(50)
    A view over Man Hpang, showing the picturesque growth of bamboo and the rich surrounding trees. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1897

  5. Photo 92/1(51)
    The Wa interpreter, Hseng Um Mong, who was the greatest help in the 2nd Wa Expedition. His wife and family. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    c. 1897

  6. Photo 92/1(52)
    Another view of the Chinese at Monglem. Tao is with his nephew (in glasses), Couchman on right. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    Mar 1897

  7. Photo 92/1(53)
    A varying view of Man Hpang. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1897

  8. Photo 92/1(54)
    Another photograph of Col Couchman and old Tao. The cartridge belts of the Chinese soldiers show up sharply. The house in the background has the cutaway roof section seen in the Wa country [Monglem, Yunnan]. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    Mar 1897

  9. Photo 92/1(55)
    Another view of the same with a fine growth of bamboo in the background. The British native officers stand up in soldierly fashion [Monglem, Yunnan]. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    Mar 1897

  10. Photo 92/1(56)
    This is a picture taken on the outskirts of Monglem in 1897. The glimpses of the thatched houses with the cross-trees seen behind the bamboos is picturesque. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    Mar 1897

  11. Photo 92/1(57)
    The thatched bridge at Monglem is easily recognisable. Along the bit of level ground on the bank of the river Scott organised sports. Tent-pegging - the peg is seen in the foreground - excited great appreciation. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    Mar 1897

  12. Photo 92/1(58)
    These paddy fields lie in the Monglem plain at the base of the hills of which the conspicuous peak is Loi Ang Lawng (9,000 ft) visible all over the Wa states. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    Mar 1897

  13. Photo 92/1(59)
    Monglem (Chinese Menglin) seen across the river in 1897. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    Mar 1897

  14. Photo 92/1(60)
    Nam Lwi above Monglem as seen in 1897. The figures on the far bank give the scale, which is apt to be under-estimated. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1897

  15. Photo 92/1(61)
    Another view of the celebrated bridge [over the Nam Lwi at Monglem]. The kind of immensely long bamboos, of which it is composed, can be seen getting seasoned in the foreground. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    Mar 1897

  16. Photo 92/1(62)
    Col Wang, who entertained the party at Monglem, with his bodyguard. He might well be a lady abbess with his sweet expression and long cloak. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    Mar 1897

  17. Photo 92/1(63)
    Nam Palo, where the 2nd Expedition to the Wild Wa country in 1897 camped. It was Easter Sunday, the first day they had not been sniped for weeks. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1897

  18. Photo 92/1(64)
    [Group portrait at Monglem.] This picture appeared in 'Scott of the Shan Hills'. The Jemadar of the Ghurkas and the Subadar of the Sikhs, have stood like rocks. Not so their comrade. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    Mar 1897

  19. Photo 92/1(65)
    Another view of the wonderful Gold Stream [in the Wa country], with the towering hills behind, seen by this party only. The track by which they came can be traced. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1897

  20. Photo 92/1(66)
    This shows a nearer view of the Gold Stream. Scott of course writing, his companion resting abandonment after the grilling walk over hills which at times could be described as having a gradient of 'one in one'. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1897

    Scott Collection: Tribal groups and views in the Shan States.
  21. Photo 92/2(19)
    Camp at Nam Palo, Wild Wa country [Shan States]. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1897

  22. Photo 92/2(47)
    The Political Officer's Lodging at Yawn Pruk, Wa Land. This was the amazing episode when Scott went into the heart of Wa land to meet the Pet Ken Chiefs. They erected this hut for him on the way. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1897

  23. Photo 92/2(60)
    The Plain of Monglem [Yunnan]. These are the horse belonging to the British party which went up in 1897 to meet the Chinese by invitation. The Chinese style of the houses can be noted. The border line was not then settled. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1897

    Scott Collection: Views in Keng Tung and Yunnan.
  24. Photo 92/3(42)
    Reading the proclamation to the Wa chiefs at Pang Mi. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1897

  25. Photo 92/3(45)
    Meeting the Chinese in a social way at Monglem [Yunnan]. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1897

  26. Photo 92/3(47)
    One of the Chinese staff at Monglem. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1897

  27. Photo 92/3(53)
    Tent pegging at Monglem [Yunnan]. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    Mar 1897

  28. Photo 92/3(64)
    On the Second Wild Wa Expedition 1897-8. The village above is the recalcitrant Loi Lon. The speckled horse appears in many photoes. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1897

    Scott Collection: Views in Keng Tung and the Wild Wa Country.
  29. Photo 92/4(23)
    Man Hpang, capital of Mot hai. This shows a Wa village on the top of a hill. There is a huge earth rampart all around, and only one, or at most two, entrances through it. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1897

  30. Photo 92/4(63)
    Loi Lon in the Wa country. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1897

  31. Photo 92/4(70)
    The thatched bridge at Monglem [Yunnan]. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    Mar 1897

    Scott Collection: Views in Keng Tung and the Wild Wa Country.
  32. Photo 92/5(1)
    The Gold Stream in the Wa Country. 'Shan, Chinese, Burmese, Sikh, Gurkha and Briton dug in the sand & gravel in dogged silence'. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1897

  33. Photo 92/5(2)
    Loi Lon. Village in the Wa country. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1897

  34. Photo 92/5(3)
    Loi Lon from another point of view. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1897

  35. Photo 92/5(4)
    Loi Lon burning after its defiance in 1897. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    6 Apr 1897

  36. Photo 92/5(5)
    Another view [of the burning of Loi Lon village, Wa country]. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    6 Apr 1897

  37. Photo 92/5(9)
    A camp in the Wild Wa country. The useful 'spotted circus' horse just appears behind the other. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1897

  38. Photo 92/5(10)
    A street in Na Fan, Wa-land. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1897

  39. Photo 92/5(11)
    A group of Wild Wa, women & a boy taken at Yawn Pruk in 1897. These are the Wa Pwi, said to be the wildest of all. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1897

  40. Photo 92/5(13)
    Another picture of the Gold Stream. Scott and his party, so far as is known, are the only Europeans who have visited it. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1897

  41. Photo 92/5(19)
    A group of Wild Wa. These are also Wa Pwi. It is a pity they moved, but the face of the man in lower left corner is clear and savage enough. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1897

  42. Photo 92/5(20)
    This shows the sort of country that had to be negotiated [in the Wa country]. A guide to the tracks was essential. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1897

  43. Photo 92/5(45)
    A Wild Wa in his native simplicity. He carries himself with the dignity of a brave man. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1897

  44. Photo 92/5(50)
    High Street, Na Fan in Wa-land. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1897

  45. Photo 92/5(70)
    Near Monglem [Yunnan]. This [is] in Chinese territory. The Chinese influence is apparent in the round tiles. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1897

  46. Photo 92/5(71)
    Street in Monglem. Scott and his party visited Monglem on urgent invitation during his 1897 tour of the Wa country. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1897

    Scott Collection: Views in Keng Tung and the Wild Wa Country.
  47. Photo 92/6(61)
    Street in Monglem [Yunnan]. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1897

  48. Photo 92/6(65)
    A camp in the Wa country. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1897

  49. Photo 92/6(69)
    British camp Loi Lon. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1897

    Scott Collection: Views in Yunnan.
  50. Photo 92/7(23)
    A camp in Wa country. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1897


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