Part of the series, Katutubo: Profiles of Philippine Cultural Communities, which charts the evolution of major ethno-linguistic groups in the Philippines. This book written by Sonia D. Mangune features the Tagabawa Bagobo, an ethno-linguistic group found in Mindanao in southern Philippines. Traditionally inhabiting the lands of Sibulan, specifically in the east and south of Mt. Apo and the eastern side of Cotabato, they are now scattered in the interior ranges beyond Davao City. The book includes information on the origins, history, and traditions of the group.
National Commission for Culture and the Arts, Philippines
Softcover / 8.5 x 5.5 inches / 41 pages / BW
One copy only. Previously owned, good condition.