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Baguisa | Decena | Recomite | Reyes | Verzosa

Native Races and Their Customs


Of The Origins Of The Nations And Peoples Who Inhabit These Islands

Francisco Colin

Continent

Islands

KEVS PART: COLINS PHOTO

Male Clothing

Headpiece

Moorish manner

Potong

Personal Clothing of Men


(short loose jacket) (short pants)

Chamarreta Breeches

Adornments
(present day accessories) Upper body accessories Ornaments and jewels of gold and precious stones

Gala Attire
sash- a fine bit of colored cloth crossed over the shoulder

Adornments
Lower body accessories strings of the same stones and certain cords of many strands dyed black

Marlota Baquero
(robe) (jacket) Entire dress was in Moorish style- rich and gay

Female Clothing

Gala attire Skirt

Principal gala attire Cloaks(loose outer garment)

Present age

They have begun to wear Spanish clothes and ornaments

Inside Dress

which could not be removed after it was once put on

TATOOINGS PINTADOS

Bravery Nobility

Age Strength sufficient

Proportion Body
Sex

Instruments Brushes
Small twigs Black powder or soot

Brave Deed

Children Women

Morisqueta
Food for the moors

Lack of rice

Banquets
Venison

Beef

Pork

4; Ground

Salty & Acid foods

Dainty pickled fruits

Drink more Than eat

1 day, 1 night

Conversing Respect Go home Weigh

Better

Wine and Winemaking

Tuba

Quilang

Pangasi

Tuba
Made from palms

Tuba
Extract the sap from fruit Flower-stock is cut

Bamboo is fastened to it Sap passes through vessels

Tuba
Strength as they please Quality dry Healthful & medicinal

Quilang
Made from sugarcane

Quilang
Extract the sap from canes

Boil over fire

Quilang
Color red Taste not good

Pangasi

Made from rice

Pangasi

Yeast in the bottom of the jar

Put clean rice

Add water

Fermented

Pangasi

Strongest wine
Consistency thick

Also drank by children


Method of drinking sucked up from a tube

Banquets Bells Old & Fables Warlike & passionate

Coryapi
2 or more coppers Entertainment

Significance