Abor Expedition 1911-12
The Abor Expedition was a punitive expedition against the Abors in Assam on the North-Eastern Frontier of India lasting from October 1911 to April 1912, following the murder of Mr Noel Williamson (Assistant Political Officer in the districts of Sadiya and Lakhimpur) and his party.
- "Frontier Tragedy. Indian Officials Murdered" The Argus (Melbourne, Vic.) Monday 10 April 1911 trove.nla.gov.au
- "Indian Tribesmen: The Williamson Massacre" The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA ) Monday 28 August 1911 trove.nla.gov.au
Historical books online
- "Despatch regarding the recent operations against the Abors on the North-Eastern Frontier of India" The London Gazette Tuesday 16 July 1912, page 5175
- Official Account of the Abor Expedition 1911-1912, part of the series Frontier and Overseas Expeditions from India by General Staff India 1913 is available to download as a pdf from Pahar-Mountains of Central Asia Digital Dataset. It is also available in an 1983 reprint edition Archive.org, mirror from Digital Library of India.
- In Abor Jungles being an account of the Abor Expedition, the Mishmi Mission and the Miri Mission by Angus Hamilton. With illustrations and a map. 1912 Archive.org
- On the Track of the Abor by Powell Millington (pseud. i.e. Mark Synge, later Lt-Col, Supply and Transport Corps) 1912 Archive.org
- "An Unknown Frontier" by Lieut,-Colonel E P Le Breton R E, page 427 Blackwood’s Magazine, no 211 January-June 1922 Archive.org. The Mishmi Mission Force.