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Book Description: "A ethnographic collection of regional Philippine folklore, mostly indigenous." (Quote from sacred-texts.com)Table of Contents: Publisher’s Preface; Preface; Tinguian; Introduction; Aponibolinayen And The Sun; Aponibolinayen; Gawigawen Of Adasen; The Story Of Gaygayoma Who Lives Up Above; The Story Of Dumalawi; The Story Of Kanag; The Story Of The Tikgi; The Story Of Sayen ; The Sun And The Moon; How The Tinguian Learned To Plant; Magsawi; The Tree With The Agate Beads; The Striped Blanket; The Alan And The Hunters; Man And The Alan; Sogsogot; The Mistaken Gifts; The Boy Who Became A Stone; The Turtle And The Lizard; The Man With The Cocoanuts; The Carabao And The Shell; The Alligator's Fruit; Igorot; Introduction; The Creation; The Flood Story; Lumawig On Earth; How The First Head Was Taken ; The Serpent Eagle ; The Tattooed Men ; Tilin, The Rice Bird ; Mindanao; How The Moon And The Stars Came To Be; The Flood Story; Magbangal ; How Children Became Monkeys; Bulanawan And Aguio; Origin; Lumabet; The Story Of The Creation ; In The Beginning; The Children Of The Limokon ; The Sun And The Moon; The Widow's Son ; Moro; Introduction; Mythology Of Mindanao ; The Story Of Bantugan; Christianized Tribes; Introduction; The Monkey And The Turtle; The Poor Fisherman And His Wife; The Presidente Who Had Horns; The Story Of A Monkey; The White Squash; The Creation Story; The Story Of Benito; The Adventures Of Juan; Juan Gathers Guavas; The Sun And The Moon ; The First Monkey; The virtue Of The Cocoanut; Mansumandig; Why Dogs Wag Their Tails; The Hawk And The Hen; The Spider And The Fly; The Battle Of The Crabs; Pronunciation Of Philippine Names; EndnotesAbout the Publisher: Forgotten Books is a publisher of historical writings, such as: Philosophy, Classics, Science, Religion, Esoteric and Mythology. www.forgottenbooks.orgForgotten Books is about sharing information, not about making money. All books are priced at wholesale prices. We are also the only publisher we know of to print in large sans-serif font, which is proven to make the text easier to read and put less strain on your eyes.