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Identifier: scientific-american-1904-07-23
Title: Scientific American Volume 91 Number 04 (July 1904)
Year: 1904 (1900s)
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Subjects: electric scientific apparatus ramsay steam railroad american coupling sir william william san francisco motor cars scientific american american july william ramsay shingle dip roof leak average speed kilowatt hour
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e scouts, they have done good service. Thescouts have an excellent band, which gives daily per-formances on the main plaza of the Exposition. Of the native tribes to be seen in the Exposition,the most primitive are the Negritos—little fellows ofa distinctly negro type, who are remarkably skillfulwith the lance and the bow and arrow. Nothing makesthem so happy as to show their skill, by knocking afive-cent piece out of the twig of a tree at a distanceof fifteen paces. Then there is the village of the Head-Hunting Igo-rotes, a race that is greatly superior to the Negrito,and a fine type of agricultural barbarians. They arecopper colored, and the men have a splendid physicaldevelopment, the women being also well formed and ofgraceful carriage. In another village are the fierce Moros, one hundredof these fiery followers of Mohammed being present atthe Exposition. The Samal Moros, of whom there areforty from the island of Mindanao, are the sea rovers July 23, 1904. Scientific American 65

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Antonio, Chief of the Iporote Head Hunters. Model Village of Samal Moros (Pirates and Pearl Fishers).


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