National Geographic Society,
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AN IFUGAO WARRIOR
The Ifugao are a branch of the Igorot nation who inhabit a small and exceedingly mountainous region in northern Luzon. They tattoo their chests, necks and arms and sometimes the thighs and their dress is both scanty and somber. Note the prehensile toes of this man.
A BONTOC IGOROT WOMAN
She is in working dress. This costume, suggestive of the style prevalent in the days of Eve, is commonly worn by Bontoc Igorot women during rainy weather or when working in the field.
A YOUNG ATA
The Atas are a small tribe, scattered over a tract of forest and mountain in the island of Mindanao. They are a wild people who have made but little progress, as yet, toward civilization.