I now give a list of the Missions in the Igorrote and Tinguian territory that existed in 1892.
Missions in Tinguian and Igorrote Territory.
Province. Town. Population. Missionaries.
Abra Lepanto /Pidigan. Bucay. La Paz y San Gregorio. Villavieja. Bangued. Tayum. iDolores. Cervantes y Cayan. 2,418 3,688 2,802 1,912 8,702 3,064 2,522 2,200 Rev. Fathera P. Ornia. J. Lopez. P. Fernandez. M. Fonturbel. A. Perez. L. Vega. F. Franco. A. Oyanguren. (J. Garcia. \R. Rivera.
Benguet La Trinidad y Galiano. 849 28,157
All the inhabitants of these towns and villages are Christians, and either they or their ancestors were baptised by missionaries of the Augustinian order.
Some Manufactures of the Igorrotes.
Ligua, or Aligua .
Calasg or Calta Bunneng
Sayac or Dayac .
Lance, for war or for killing deer. Short double-edged sword. (Axe used for decapitating the fallen \ enemy. Long narrow wooden shields. Wood knife.
Sharp bamboo spikes to be set in the paths.
Bows and arrows (the Igorrotes possess
these, but are not skilful archers). Clubs.
Javelins (favourite weapons of Igorrotes).
Alpilan or Sacupit Lagpi.
Knapsacks. Haversacks. Saddles. Bridles.Knapsacks. Haversacks. Saddles. Bridles.