National Geographic Society,
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LEPANTO IGOROTS AND THEIR HOUSE
Several distinct types of houses are found among the Igorots. The commonest type in Lepanto, shown here, has the curious high roof, within which is a storeroom. The floor is of dirt, enclosed by a wall of boards which does not reach up to the overhanging roof. The inhabitants have individual sleeping boards which they lay on the damp ground. Some of the Lepanto Igorots have even more primitive houses than this, being made of nothing more substantial than fttass. On t\ve whole the Isorots are an exceedingly filthy pe ople, but of late years, they have shown a tendency to improve in this respect.