By William Allan Reed
This document relies on months' box paintings pursued in the course of may possibly and June, 1903. followed by way of Mr. J. Diamond, a photographer, the author went within the latter a part of April to Iba, Zambales, the place a number of days have been spent in investigating the dialects of the Zambal humans and in practise for a visit to the inner.
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Negrito man of Bataan making fire with bamboo. 58 XLI. Negrito men of Bataan making fire with bamboo. 58 XLII. Bows and arrows used by Negritos of Zambales. 58 XLIII. Position taken by Negritos of Zambales in shooting. 58 XLIV. Negrito man of Bataan drawing a bow; hog-bristle ornaments on the legs. 58 XLV. Negrito man of Negros (emigrant from Panay) drawing a bow. 58 XLVI. Musical instruments used by Negritos of Zambales. 58 XLVII. ” 58 XLVIII. Negritos of Zambales dancing. 58 XLIX. Negrito men of Bataan beating gongs and dancing.
The largest and highest of these, Mount Pinatubo, situated due east from the town of Cabangan, holds on its broad slopes the largest part of the Negritos of Zambales. Many tiny streams have their sources in this mountain and rush down the slopes, growing in volume and furnishing water supply to the Negrito villages situated along their banks. Some of the larger of these streams have made deep cuts on the lower reaches of the mountain slopes, but they are generally too small to have great powers of erosion.
He continues (p. ” Thus it remains for future investigations to establish beyond doubt the identity of the Papuans. De Quatrefages divides all other Eastern pygmies into two divisions—insular and continental—and no authors find fault with this classification. Only in fixing the distribution of the Negritos do the authorities differ. The islands admitted by everybody to contain Negritos to-day may be eliminated from the discussion. These are the Philippines and the Andamans. In the latter the name “Mincopies” has been given to the little blacks, though how this name originated no one seems to know.
Negritos of Zambales by William Allan Reed