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|Part of Minor Campaigns|
|Date:||31 March-27 April 1891|
|Kohima force: Maj Gen H. Collet
Silchar force: Col R.H.F. Rennick
Tamu force: Brig Gen T. Graham
An operation in March and April 1891 following the murder of James Wallace Quinton, Chief Commissioner of Assam, at Imphal in Manipur.
- British Library catalogue entry Collection 352 Manipur Operations 1891 (1891-1893). In addition, there are Private Papers Manuscript catalogue references, Mss Eur
- National Archives, Kew catalogue entries
- PRO 30/40/12/3 Major General Sir John Charles Ardagh: Papers: Miscellaneous papers, including The Grimwoods and the Manipur disaste[r] 1891 . Sir John Ardagh was in 1891 Private Secretary to the Marquess of Lansdowne, Viceroy of India.
- WO 106/145 The Manipur Expedition War Office Correspondence and Papers
- Manipur 1891 Imperial Gazetteer of India Vol 2
- "The Manipur Expedition of 1891" by Mark Simner 11 August 2015, now an archived webpage.
- Manipur War 1891 - an Indian view Manipur State Archives
- Map of Eastern Bengal and Assam showing Manipur University of Chicago
Historical books online
- Award of the Victoria Cross to Lieutenant Charles James William Grant The London Gazette 26 May 1891 issue: 26165, page: 2805.
- "Field Operations- Manipur [March- April 1891]" The London Gazette 14 August 1891 issue: 26192, page: 4369.
- My Three Years in Manipur and Escape from the Recent Mutiny by Ethel St. Clair Grimwood 1891 Archive.org. The author was the wife of the murdered Political Agent at Manipur
- Major Grant's Narrative page 283
- "1891: Munipore", page 119, From Kabul to Kumassi: Twenty-Four Years of Soldering and Sport by Brigadier-General Sir James Willcocks 1904 Archive.org.
- Manipur 1891 page 251, Indian & Home Memories by Sir Henry Cotton 1910 Archive.org. Sir Henry became Chief Commissioner for Assam in 1896 (page 226).
- "The Events of 1890 and 1891", page 271 My Experiences in Manipur and the Naga Hills by the late Major-General Sir James Johnstone 1896 Archive.org. Mainly the author seems to have worked as a Political Agent, or similar, and had retired c 1886.