Prehispanic Source Materials
This book by William Henry Scott is a critical summary of what is actually known about the Filipino people before the beginning of Spanish records in 1521. The source materials come from a variety of scholarly disciplines - anthropology, archaeology, geology, history, linguistics, and palaeography. 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, 1984
Fifth printing, 2000
Softcover / 8.75 x 5.75 inches / 196 pages / BW