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"A ethnographic number of nearby Philippine folklore, quite often indigenous." (Quote from sacred-texts.com)

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Publisher’s Preface; Preface; Tinguian; creation; Aponibolinayen And The sunlight; Aponibolinayen; Gawigawen Of Adasen; the tale Of Gaygayoma Who Lives Up Above; the tale Of Dumalawi; the tale Of Kanag; the tale Of The Tikgi; the tale Of Sayen ; The solar And The Moon; How The Tinguian realized To Plant; Magsawi; The Tree With The Agate Beads; The Striped Blanket; The Alan And The Hunters; guy And The Alan; Sogsogot; The wrong presents; The Boy Who turned A Stone; The Turtle And The Lizard; the guy With The Cocoanuts; The Carabao And The Shell; The Alligator's Fruit; Igorot; creation; The production; The Flood tale; Lumawig in the world; How the 1st Head used to be Taken ; The Serpent Eagle ; The Tattooed males ; Tilin, The Rice chook ; Mindanao; How The Moon And the celebs got here To Be; The Flood tale; Magbangal ; How teenagers turned Monkeys; Bulanawan And Aguio; starting place; Lumabet; the tale Of The construction ; before everything; the kids Of The Limokon ; The solar And The Moon; The Widow's Son ; Moro; creation; Mythology Of Mindanao ; the tale Of Bantugan; Christianized Tribes; advent; The Monkey And The Turtle; The terrible Fisherman And His spouse; The Presidente Who Had Horns; the tale Of A Monkey; The White Squash; The construction tale; the tale Of Benito; The Adventures Of Juan; Juan Gathers Guavas; The sunlight And The Moon ; the 1st Monkey; The advantage Of The Cocoanut; Mansumandig; Why canine Wag Their Tails; The Hawk And The rooster; The Spider And The Fly; The conflict Of The Crabs; Pronunciation Of Philippine Names; Endnotes

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