Published in 1938, this book contains the autobiographies of Ngidulu, Bugan Nak Manghe and Kumiha, three tribespeople from the Ifuagos province in the Phillippines. A fascinating ethnological and anthropological resource, Barton, a celebrated scholar on the Philippines shares with the reader his long term study of three Ifugao natives. With a final essay on an Ifugao liberal, this book provides an observation on Phillippine pagan tribal life and culture in the early 20th century.
1. Introduction. 2. The Autobiography of NgIulu. 3. The Autobiography of Bugan Nack Manghe. 4. The Autobiography Of Kumiha. 5. An Ifugao Liberal? 6. Index
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