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ALBAY, province of, Luzón:
Mayón volcano, view from Legaspi
Types of Malay-Chinese and Malay-Negrito, Luzón ......... ANTIQUE, province of, Panay:
Provincial government building at San José de Buenavista.
Liberty" in the left foreground was dragged 9 miles the night before the
Arch of welcome, San José de Buenavista..
BALABAC, off Southwest coast of Palawan:
Semaphore of the naval station..
Skeleton of a native house
Isabela, Basilan, south of Zamboanga, Mindanao:
The castle, the plans of which received a prize at the Philadelphia Exposition...
Group of Moro Yacanes. Playing on the culitangan, a musical instrument peculiar to the Moros....
The same type is found throughout
Moro of Basilan, with bolo and cris. the Sulú Archipelago
BATAAN, province of, Luzón:
Provincial government building, Balanga
Native sailboat towing barge, containing the Philippine Commission, to the beach at Balanga....
Aetas of Mariveles.
Negritos, or Aetas. Types as found to-day in the mountains of Zambales and Bataán
BENGUET, province of, Luzón.
Baguío, site of proposed sanitarium...
Igorrote house of the better class, Baguío. Young coffee bushes in foreground.
Igorrote rice terraces, Cabayan, Benguet..
The Igorrote headmen of Bugiao, Benguet. An Igorrote constable in the center
Igorrote musicians, Baguío.
Abandoned insurgent gun foundry at Sablán
Pinus insularis, Benguet. Tree 45 inches in diameter.
BULACAN, province of, Luzón:
Cave of Biacnabató, where insurrection of 1896-97, against Spain, was ended.....
Fishing in a tide-water creek.
CAGAYAN, province of, Luzón:
Pinacanauán de Tuguegarao River............
Igorrote house with the roof thatched with grass, and one or two doors,
Cápiz, province of, Panay:
"Presidencia," or municipal building, Cápiz ..
Making the roof of a house prior to raising it, Visayas...
CAVITE, province of, Luzon:
Character of vegetation in parts of Cavite...
CEBU, province of, Visayas:
Fortress of Cebú (commonly called "cotta").
Improvised palm-leaf hut, Visayas. (These leaves sometimes attain a length of 10 feet).
Cotabato and Grand River of Mindanao..
Group of Moros of the River Pulangui (Grand River of Mindanao) and their dato (chief), Lanao, Mindanao..
Dato Taug, at Cotabato (standing). A man dressed for the Moro-Moro dance sitting at the right....
Moro dancing girls
Tirurayes. Types of those of the mountains near the Río Grande or
Bagobos of the slopes of the Apo in holiday attire ...
Dulanganes children. Taken in the mountains near Lebac and educated in the Orphanage of Tamontaca, Cotabato
Bay of Pujada....
Wharf of Mati, Port Balete..
Town of Alberique. Town of Moros recently converted
Chief Attos, of the Bagobo tribe.
Wife of Chief Attos, of the Bagobos..
An Atá of Dávao...
Chief of the Tagacolos.
Tagacolos. Living on the Bay of Davao ISABELA, province of, Luzón:
A chief of the Gaddanes..
Tree house of the Gaddanes near Ilagan LAGUNA, province of, Luzón:
The rivulet Botocan, near Majayjay
A field of "zacate" (grass).
LANAO, Mindanao, Grande River (Pulangui):
Moro datos (or chiefs). Vestments of silk embroidered with silver and gold......
An assemblage of Moros on the Grande River (Pulangui) of Mindanao... LEPANTO, subprovince of, Lepanto-Bontoc, Luzón:
Public session of the Philippine Commission at Cervantes. Ilocanos in foreground, Igorrotes in background........
An Igorrote warrior, Bontoc
LEYTE, province of, Luzón:
Bridge of Palo....
Native house in course of construction, with "nipa" thatch, Visayas MANILA, municipality of, Luzón:
United States transport Thomas in the Bay of Manila............
District of Pacô
MARINDUQUE, province of, Luzón:
Fortified church at Boac..
MASBATE, province of, Visayas:
Masbate, capital, from the bay. The government buildings which formerly stood on the point were destroyed by fire.................
Typical arch of welcome, erected in honor of the Philippine Commission at Masbate....
MINDORO, subprovince of, Marinduque:
Native house with thatch of "cogon".
Carabao taking a mud bath
MISAMIS, province of, Mindanao:
United States Signal Corps telegraph and cable office, Iligan
Point Sipaca and island of Lapinit, north coast of Misamis NEGROS OCCIDENTAL, province of, Visayas:
Barge in which the Philippine Commission was landed at Bacolod....... "Plaza" (square) at Bacolod, during bicycle races given in honor of the Philippine Commission (note the harnessed bulls in the foreground)... NEGROS ORIENTAL, province of, Visayas:
Provincial government building at Dumaguete. An awning covering the street for an eighth of a mile to the beach was torn to pieces by the wind. The carabao or water buffalo of Negros...
PALAWAN, island of:
Puerto Princesa, United States naval station...
Island of Cuyo, Cuyos group, Mindoro Sea. The town of Cuyo is the capital of the province of Paragua, Palawan.
PAMPANGA, province of, Luzón:
Grande River of Pampanga
PANGASINAN, province of, Luzón:
United States military hospital at Bautista
View in valley of the river Agno, showing sterile hillsides..
RIZAL, province of, Luzón:
Cascos (freight boats) and rafts in Pasig River.
Rafts of logs in the Pásig River, Manila........
Rafts and "bancas" (large boats), Pásig River, Rizal.
East side of Bridge of Spain, Manila, Pásig River. Carabaos bathing....
A view on the Pásig River
A clump of bamboo on Pásig River, Rizal..
River Pásig, near Culi-Culi, Rizal......
ROMBLON, province of, Visayas:
Provincial government buildings at Romblón..
SULU, Sulu Archipelago:
Moro boats meeting the Philippine Commission at Sulu.............
Street in Sulu ....
SULU, Sulu Archipelago-Continued.
Moro farm shelter, Sulu. SURIGAO, province of, Mindanao: Port and town of Nasipit...
Mouth of the river Agusan, bay of Butúan, Surigao.. TÁRLAC, province of, Luzón:
Provincial government building at Tárlac...
Carabao hauling logs into railroad station at Tárlac.
Ninety-foot bamboo flagstaff, Lucena .
Bamboo arch of welcome at Tayabas.
Headquarters and United States Signal Corps cable office, Zamboanga.......
Town of Ayala...
Port of Caldera.........
Hauling a huge timber at Mercedes.
Procession of natives, Bolong..
Method of tapping rubber tree (Hevea brasiliensis). The little tin cups are held in place by a bit of clay and are changed once a day. In the center of the tree can be seen old cuts in process of healing up....
Foot of gutta-percha tree, showing spread of buttresses..
ABACÁ (ah-bah-kah'), nat.; the native Philippino name for the manila-hemp fiber of the Musa textilis. (Also abaká.)
ABACAY (ah-bah-ky'), nat.; native name for a variety of white parrot. (Also calangay.) AGOS (ah'-gohs), Tag.; water course. ALA-ALA (ah'-lah ah'-lah), Tag.; memory. ALAC (ah-lahk'), Tag.; a general term for wine. ALAT (ah-laht'), Tag.; salted. ALCALDE (ahl-kahl'-day), Sp.; a governor of a province; a name given by the natives to a judge of first instance.
ALIGUA (ah-lee'-gwah), nat.; a style of native ax. ALILA (ah-lee-lah'), Tag.; a servant.
ALIPIN (ah-lee'-peen), Tag.; a slave. ALON (ah'-lohn), Tag.; waves.
AMÁ (ah-mah'), Tag.; the father.
AMOY (ah-moy'), Tag.; the smell.
ANAC (ah-nahk'), Tag.; a son or daughter. ANAY (ah'-nigh), Tag.; white ants living on timber, which they destroy very rapidly, with the exception of the molaue, narra, tíndalo, ipil, camagón, and other hard species of woods. ANITO (ah-nee'-toh), nat.; an idol or spirit worshiped by the primitive heathen natives, represented to them in various horrible and fearful forms, which they kept in caverns and special houses, where they offered perfumes and sweet smells.
APOY (ah-poy'), Tag.; fire.
ARAL (ah-rahl'), Tag.; to teach or to learn. ARIGUE, or HALIGUI (ah-ree'-gay, hah-lee'-gee),
nat.; wood post or pile used as foundation support of a native house.
ARROYO (ah-rroh'-yoh), Sp.; a ravine or gully; a rivulet flowing through the same. ASAL (ah-sahl'), Tag.; the nature or habits of a
ASAUA (ah-sah'-wah), Tag.; the husband or wife. ASIM (ah-seem'), Tag.; sour or the character of being sour.
ASO (ah'-soh), Tag.; the dog.
BABUY (bah-bwee'), Tag.; the pig. The Babuyanes Is. derive their name from the large numbers of this animal found there. BACHI (back'-hee), nat.; an intoxicating liquor distilled and used by the natives of the Batanes grp., off N. coast of Cagayán, Luzón. The great sea channel along the N. boundary line of the United States Philippine possessions bears the same name.
BACOCO (bah-coh'-coh), nat.; the sea bream, a variety of fish. The fresh-water species in the United States resembles the sunfish and the American shiner. It is common to the Nile and the Mediterranean. (Also abramis.) BACOLÍ (bah-coh-lee'), Tag.; the name given to
the dalag fish when small.
BAGA (bah'-gah), Tag.; red-hot coal or wood. BAGONG (bah-gohng'), Tag.; brined or pickled small fishes or lobsters.
BAGONGTAO (bah-gohng-tah'-oh), Tag.; a bachelor.
BAGUIO (bah-gee'-oh), Tag.; a cyclone or hurri
cane. These winds, common to many parts of the islands, especially about the time of the change of the monsoons, are very destructive.
BAHA (bah-hah'), Tag.; a flood.
BAHAG (bah-hahg'), Tag.; a waist cloth; a wrap
per, usually colored, folded at the waist and between the legs, covering the loins and extending halfway down the thigh; a loin cloth.
BAHANDIN, or BAHAY (bah-hahn'-deen, bahhigh'), nat.; a house.
BAÍNG, or PETATE (bah-eeng', pay-tah'-tay), nat.; a fine mat.
BAJO (bah'-hoh), Sp.; a shoal.
BALANG (bah-lahng')Tag.; the locust. BALANGAY, or BARANGAY (bah-lahn-guy', bahrahn-guy'), nat.; a swift and light vessel, low in the water; a quarter; a district.
BALARAO (bah-lah-rah'-oh), nat. (a Visayan word); a dagger 4 in. wide, the blade ending in a point, and 1 ft. in length, the hilt of gold or ivory, the pommel open with 2 cross-bars or projections. It is 2-edged, in sheath of wood or buffalo horn, elegantly worked. BALAT (bah-laht'), Tag.; the skin, leather, bark, or shell.
BALATONG (bah-lah-tohng'), Tag.; a kind of bean. BALINGBING (bah-leeng-beeng'), Tag.; a popular juicy, sour green fruit of elliptical shape and with 4 edges in its longitudinal direction. BALITA (bah-lee-tah'), Tag.; news, information,
rumor, or fame. BALOGÂ, or BALUGÂ (bah-loh-gah', bah-loo-gah'),
nat.; the native Negrito.
BALSA (bahl'-sah), Sp.; a raft-like boat used on the Cagayan Riv. for transportation of the products of the country to tidewater, returning with merchandise, foreign or domestic. BANAC (bah-nahk'), Tag.; a quite large white fish, similar to the trouch.