The Bontoc Igorot

@inproceedings{JenksTheBI,
  title={The Bontoc Igorot},
  author={Albert Ernest Jenks}
}
Sir: h t a study of the Bontoc Igorot made for this Survey during the year 190 I e recommendation that it be published as Volume I of a series of scientific studies to be issued by The Ethnological Survey for the Philippine Islands. Res c Albert Ern e Chief o Hon. Dean C. Worcester, Secretary of the Interior, Manila, P. I. page 5 page 3 Letter of Transm Department of the Interior, The Ethnological Survey, Manila, February 3, 1904. I ave the honor to submi with th 3. t is transmitted 
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