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Kankanay Ceremonies

-C.R. Moss

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Synopsis:

Since the Kankanay have been studied very little, the exact extent of their culture area is not at present certain.

 

The Igorot of northern Benguet, and almost all of the people living in Amburayan and southern Lepanto, speak the same dialect, have similar customs, and call themselves by the same name, “Kakanay” or “Kankanay.” The people of this group have no important cultural features by which to distinguish them from the Nabaloi, and linguistics is the only basis on which they may be classed as a separate unity.

Year Publish: 1920

Language: English

Categories: Non-Fiction, Ethnology

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