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Oct 14, 2017

The History of the Valley of La Trinidad

The valley of La Trinidad during pre-Spanish times was then called "Benget". It is believed that it was named after Guillermo Galley's wife.

Oct 11, 2017

The Igorot Woman Who Came Alive - A Benguet Legend

A long time ago there lived in Kafagway, which is Baguio today, a rich Igorot couple. Their story inspired the Benguet culture.

Oct 4, 2017

Savagery of the St. Louis Exposition of 1904 in Forcing Filipinos to Eat Dogs

Did the United States of America educated and created Filipinos to eat dogs?

Oct 3, 2017

Tugtugaka And the White Deer

Tugtugaka, a brave chieftain of Nabalicong set out to hunt a white deer, which had eluded many hunting trips and had posed a big challenge to hunters.


Dec 8, 2017

Ifugao in A Nutshell

Ipugo, altered to Ifugao by outsiders, literally means mortal, as distinguished from the deities and spirits that inhabit the different worlds.

Oct 27, 2017

Brave Igorot Soldier Laid Down His Firearm & Vest To Save Hostages From Maute Group

Igorot PMAyer Cpt. Jeff Buada deserves more than the Medal of Valor for his bravery last October 19, 2017 during the Marawi battle.

Oct 15, 2017

Uncommon True Valor Story of An Igorot Scout Ranger

This Igorot Scout Ranger was awarded the "Medal of Valor", the highest award in the Armed Forces of the Philippines.

Oct 4, 2017

Carrotman: The Unexpected Journey of Jeyrick Sigmaton

Jeyrick "Carrotman" Sigmaton, a simple Igorot farmer, an internet sensation.


Oct 14, 2017

1 Million Reasons You Wish You're NOT An Igorot

There are million reasons why being an Igorot is a privilege and there's another million that you wish your not.

Sep 29, 2017

Igorotage Blog: Share Your Stories With the Igorot Community

Introducing the Igorotage community blog. Read, write, and share stories worth spreading.