National Geographic Society,
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On the west side of the Gulf of Davao, a deep indentation on the south coast of Mindanao, the large island at the south of the Kroup forming the Philippines, live a primitive tribe called the Bagobos. They are remarkable for their picturesque costumes which always gay with beads, bells and embroidery. Living in small villages, under chiefs called dates, they raise in their forest Swings, maize, rice and a very fine quality of hemp. The Bagobo men are remarkable for their effeminate profile and are with Q,tticulty distinguished from the women.