Some articles on peoples, people, people coming:
... show that it was rather a dynamic hub for peoples both from the Tibetan plateau and the lower hill regions to the south ... by the British naturalist Frank Kingdon Ward reveal a lively movement of people through Pemakö "The Mönbas were now crossing the Doshong La in hundreds, a few Kampas, Pobas, and Kongpobas with them ... not a day passed without fifty or a hundred people coming over – men, women, and children – and Pe, with its camps, and supplies, and people coming and going, presented a lively scene ...
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