Isnag people

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The Isnag people (also referred to as the Isneg and Apayao) are an Austronesian ethnic group native to Apayao Province in the Philippines' Cordillera Administrative Region.wikipedia
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Apayao

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The Isnag people (also referred to as the Isneg and Apayao) are an Austronesian ethnic group native to Apayao Province in the Philippines' Cordillera Administrative Region.
Although Apayao which was then part of Cagayan, was among the earliest areas penetrated by the Spaniards in the Cordilleras, the region, inhabited by the Isneg tribe, remained largely outside Spanish control until late in the 19th century.

Calanasan

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Two major sub-groups among the Isnag are known: the Ymandaya, mostly concentrated in the municipality of Calanasan; and the Imallod, with populations distributed among the other towns of the province.
Calanasan is dominated by Isnag Tribe, living with them are the Ilocanos, Igorots and Kalingas.

Cordillera Administrative Region

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The Isnag people (also referred to as the Isneg and Apayao) are an Austronesian ethnic group native to Apayao Province in the Philippines' Cordillera Administrative Region.

Isnag language

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Their native language is Isneg (also called Isnag), although most Isnag also speak Ilokano.
Isnag (also called Isneg) is a language spoken by around 40,000 Isnag people of Apayao Province in the Cordillera Administrative Region in the northern Philippines.

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The Isnag people (also referred to as the Isneg and Apayao) are an Austronesian ethnic group native to Apayao Province in the Philippines' Cordillera Administrative Region.

Ethnic group

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The Isnag people (also referred to as the Isneg and Apayao) are an Austronesian ethnic group native to Apayao Province in the Philippines' Cordillera Administrative Region.

Philippines

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The Isnag people (also referred to as the Isneg and Apayao) are an Austronesian ethnic group native to Apayao Province in the Philippines' Cordillera Administrative Region.

Ilocano language

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Their native language is Isneg (also called Isnag), although most Isnag also speak Ilokano.

Ilocos Norte

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Isnag populations can also be found in the eastern part of the adjacent Provinces of Ilocos Norte and Cagayan.

Cagayan

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Isnag populations can also be found in the eastern part of the adjacent Provinces of Ilocos Norte and Cagayan.

New Testament

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As of 2006, the entire New Testament, along with the books of Genesis and Exodus, had been translated into Isnag by SIL.

Book of Genesis

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As of 2006, the entire New Testament, along with the books of Genesis and Exodus, had been translated into Isnag by SIL.

Book of Exodus

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As of 2006, the entire New Testament, along with the books of Genesis and Exodus, had been translated into Isnag by SIL.

SIL International

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As of 2006, the entire New Testament, along with the books of Genesis and Exodus, had been translated into Isnag by SIL.

Animism

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Rest of the Isnags are mainly animists.

Freshwater crab

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They have sinursur, a dish made of catfish or eel on bamboo with chili, abraw, freshwater crabs with coconut and chili, sinapan, which looks like smoked meat.

List of Philippine provincial name etymologies

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History of the Philippines

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By 1000 BC, the inhabitants of the Philippine archipelago had developed into four distinct kinds of peoples: tribal groups, such as the Aetas, Hanunoo, Ilongots and the Mangyan who depended on hunter-gathering and were concentrated in forests; warrior societies, such as the Isneg and Kalinga who practiced social ranking and ritualized warfare and roamed the plains; the petty plutocracy of the Ifugao Cordillera Highlanders, who occupied the mountain ranges of Luzon; and the harbor principalities of the estuarine civilizations that grew along rivers and seashores while participating in trans-island maritime trade.

Takumbo

The takumbo instrument, with slight variations, is also found in northern Luzon (Isneg.

Babaylan

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In some cultures, like among the Isneg people, older shamans can choose apprentices from among the eligible young women of the village.

Ilocano people

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Before the arrival of these people, the inhabitants of northwest Luzon were a different Austronesian speaking people called the proto-Malay group whom consist of the modern Tinguian, Isneg, Kalinga, Kankanaey, Bontoc and other tribes collectively known today as the Igorot.

Funeral practices and burial customs in the Philippines

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The Apayaos-also known as the Isnegs or Isnags-of the Cordillera Administrative Region, wrap the deceased person in a mat (ikamen), and is then carried on the shoulders of the immediate male family members.