The head hunters of northern Luzon
- Willcox, Cornelis De Witt
- Print Source:
- Kansas City [MO]: Franklin Hudson Pub. Co, 1912
- Publication Info:
- Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Library
- Table of Contents:
- "Chapter I. : Highlander of Northern Luzon. - Meaning of the word ""Igorot."" - Trails. - The Mountain Province. - Nature of the country."Chapter II. ; Annual inspection of the mountain tribes. - We set out for Baguio. - Pangasinan Province. - Agno River. - Reception by the people.Chapter III. : Padre Juan Villaverde. - His great trail. - The beginning of the mountain journey. - Nozo.Chapter VI. : The ilongots and their country. - Efforts of our Government to reach these people. - The forest trail. - Our first contact with the wild man.Chapter VIII. : Appearance of the ilongots. - Dress. - Issue of beads and cloth. - Warrior dance. - School work. - Absence of old women from meeting."Chapter XX. : Magat River. - Enthusiastic reception at Bayombong. - Speeches and reports. - Solano. - Ifugao ""college yell."" - Bagabag.""Chapter XI. : We enter the Mountain Province. - Payawan. - Kiangan, its position. - Anitos. - Speech of welcome to Ifugao chief. - Detachment of native Constabulary. - Visit of Ifugao chiefs to our quarters. - Dancing."Chapter XII. : Day opens badly. - Ifugao houses. - The people assemble. - Dancing. - Speeches. - White paper streamers. - Head - hunter dance. - Canao.Chapter XV. : Visit to the Silipan Ifugaos at Andangle. - The Ibilao River. - Athletic feat. - Rest - house and stable at Sabig.Chapter XVI. : Change in aspect of country. - Mount Amuyao and the native legend of the flood. - Rice - terraces. - Banawe. - Mr. Worcester's first visit to this region. - Sports. - Absence of weapons. - Native arts and crafts."Chapter XVII. : We ride to Bontol. - Bat - nets. - Character of the country. - Ambawan. - Difficulties of the trail. - Bird - scarers. - Talubin. - Bishop Carroll of Vigan. - We reach Bontok. - ""The Star - Spangled Banner."" - Appearance of the Bontol Igorot. - Incidents."Chapter XVIII. : Importance of Bontok. - Head-taking. - Atonement for bloodshed. - Sports. - Slapping Game.Chapter XXI. : Deep valley. - A poor rancheria. - Escort of boys. - Descent of Tinglayan Hill. - Sullen reception at Tinglayan. - Bangad. - First view of the Kalingas. - Arrival at Lubuagan.Chapter XXII. : Splendid appearance of the Kalingas. - Dancing. - Lubuagan. - Basi. - Councils. - Bustles and braids. - Jewels and weapons. - Excellent houses.Chapter XXIII. : We leave the mountains. - Nanong. - Passage of the Chico. - The Apayao. - Tabuk. - The party breaks up. - Sesolate plain. - The Cagayan Valley. - Enrile.Chapter XXIV. : Tobacco industry. - Tuguegarao. - Caves. - The Cagayan River. - Barangayans. - Aparri. - Island of Fuga. - Sail for Manila. - Stop at Vigan. - Arrival at Manila.Chapter XXV. : Future of the highlanders. - Origin of our effort to improve their condition. - Imploicy of any change in present administration. - Transfer of control of wild trives to Christianized Filipinos. - Comparison of our course with that of the Japanese in Formosa.