A Sagada Reader
A collection of early writings by William Henry Scott devoted to various aspects of life among the Sagada of the Mountain Province - from legends to accounts of rice cultivation, to the story of the founding of the Mission of St. Mary the Virgin in Sagada, now the Church of St. Mary the Virgin. William Henry Scott, distinguished scholar of Philippine history and Cordillera ethnography, was a retired lay missionary of the Episcopal Church. He lived in Sagada for over thirty years and his deep attachment to the place has made his most knowledgeable about its culture and history.
New Day Publishers, Philippines
First Printing, 1988
Second Printing, 2011
Softcover / 8.75 x 5.75 inches / 249 pages / BW