Filipino Heritage - The Making of a Nation Volume 1 & 2
Filipino Heritage - The Making of a Nation Volumes One and Two from 1977 published by Lahing Pilipino.
Volume One contains the following chapters:
Origin Myths of the Manuvu / Land Bridges / Samal Version of Genesis / Luzon a Profile / Vanishing Filipino Wildlife / The Search for Early Man in Cagayan / The Origin of Man According to the Bisayan / Tabon Cave / The Tasaday / A Primer on Philippine Plants / Guri Cave / Tattoo Art / The I'Wak / Manunggul Cave / Betel Chewing Among the Hanunoo / The Negrito / Salangsang Urn Burials / Folk Baskets / Prehistoric Burial Rites / Ancient Stone Jewelry / Leta Leta Cave / Wild Fruits of the Philippines / The Bajau of Sulu and many more. This hardcover 280 page book is heavily illustrated.
Volume Two features these chapters:
Folk Art of Cloth Weaving / Doves and Pigeons of the Philippines / The Glint of Metal / The Relationship Between Borneo, Celebes, and Mindanao / Wooden Gods and Other Carvings / Palawan Blowgun : Swift Silent Death / Weaving Styles / Tools in the Philippine Age of Metal / The Ancient Slave Market / The Kalinga Notion of Sacrifice / Legends of the Maranao / Anting Anting / Defending the Kainginero / Combs / Tagbanwa Heaven / Man's Journey According to the Pots / The Philippine Aso / Birds and Beasts of Palawan / Tops / Tinggian Music / Philippines Pottery / Folk Games / Betel Nut Boxes / Shell Ornaments / The Ulog / Hunting and Trapping / Tagbanwa Woodcarvings / Feathers, Leaves, and Other Ornaments / Philippine Kingfishers / The Unchanging Mangyan, and much more. This hardcover book is heavily illustrated and is paginated from 281-560 as it is the second volume.
Both volumes in this Hard to Find reference set are bound in black cloth covered boards and have intact dust jackets with some light edge toning and small edge tears. Volume 1 has a small stain at the top center of the back of the dustjacket. The pages in both volumes have an upper right corner bump.