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  Mountain Province - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mountain Province is a landlocked province of the Philippines in the Cordillera Administrative Region in Luzon.
Mountain Province was also the name of the historical province that included most of the current Cordillera provinces.
This old province was established by the Americans in 1908 and was later split in 1966 into Mountain Province, Benguet, Kalinga-Apayao and Ifugao.
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 MOUNTAIN PROVINCE
Mountain Province became a special province of the Philippines in 1907.
Mountain Province is composed of 10 municipalities anmely Bontoc, Barlig, Bauko, Besao, Natonin, Sabangan, Sadanga, Sagada, Tadain and Paracelis, with Bontocas the provincial capital of the province.
The capital of Mt. Province and is acknowledge as the locale of the rice and colorful Ifugaoculture, costoms, and traditions.
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 MOUNTAIN PROVINCE : Encyclopedia Entry
Mountain Province is a landlocked province of the Philippines in the Cordillera Administrative Region in Luzon.
Mountain Province was also the name of the historical province that included most of the current Cordillera provinces.
This old province was established by the Americans in 1908 and was later split in 1966 into Mountain Province, Benguet, Kalinga-Apayao and Ifugao.
www.bibleocean.com /OmniDefinition/Mountain_Province   (136 words)

  
 Municipality of Bontoc
Bontoc is the capital town of Mountain Province with a total land area approximately 36,160 hectares.
It is located in the heart of the Cordillera Range with coordinates 17 - 25 degrees latitude and 120 - 18 degrees longtitudethe municipality is bounded on the north by Sadanga,Mountain Province; on the east by Barlig, Mountain Province; on the south by Banaue, Ifugao; on the west by Sagada, Mountain Province.
It is the center of trade, commerce, and eduction in the province; and also the seat of government in the province.
www.bontoc.gov.ph   (118 words)

  
 Cordillera Online - Mountain Province   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The (new) Mountain Province is a former sub-province - Bontoc - of the (old) Mountain Province.
A landlocked province, it is situated in the central portion of the Cordillera Region.
The province, smallest in the region, is principally composed of high mountain ranges with limited terraces and flood plains.
www.cordilleraonline.com /content/view/35/195   (249 words)

  
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Botbot belongs to the Municipality of Tinglayan, Kalinga Province while Sadanga and Betwagan are within the same Municipality in the north-west Mountain Province.
Sadanga immediately informed Botbot of its willingness to apprehend the offender at the same time requesting a peaceful solution.
In this particular case, leaders of Sadanga acceded to penalize the offender with only 7 carabaos as against the stipulated penalty in the pagta.
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 The Provincial Profile of Mountain Province
The Mountain Province is bounded on the north by Kalinga, on the south by Benguet and Ifugao, on the east by Isabela, on the soutthwest by Ilocos Sur and northwest Abra.
The mountains slope gradually to the east to merge with the plains of Cagayan Valley.
The rugged mountains sheltered the peoples of the Mountain Province from colonization during most of the Spanish period.
www.geocities.com /lppsec/pp/mtprovince.htm   (971 words)

  
 Mountain Province Pofile   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Mountain Province is located in the central part of Cordillera Administrative Region.
The province consist of ten (10) towns and 144 barangays with a total land area of 209,733 hectares.
The Province's land currently utilized for agricultural purposes is 16.3% of the total area.
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 Mt. Province Facts and Figures   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The Mountain Province is a land of tradition and culture enriched by its heritage as a prominent seat of government and focus of Christian mission during the American colonial time.
The province consists of 10 towns with Bontoc as the capital and 143 barangays with a population of 130,755 during the 1995 mid-decade population census.
Province shows great potential for development not only because of its yet untapped and physical resources but more so because of its people.
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 Mountain Province, Cordillera Autonomous Region, Philippines   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The Mountain Province is a landlocked area in the Central Cordilleras in northern Luzon.
Towering peaks and sharp ridges are the main features of the central and western landscape of the province.
The rugged mountain peaks served as protection against Spanish efforts to colonize and convert the tribes to Christianity.
home.comcast.net /~maesteban/island_groups/luzon/car/mountainprovince/mountainprprofile.htm   (400 words)

  
 Bontoc, Mountain Province - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bontoc is a 4th class municipality in the province of Mountain Province, Philippines.
It is the capital municipality of Mountain Province.
According to the 2000 census, it has a population of 22,308 people in 5,035 households.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bontoc,_Mountain_Province   (76 words)

  
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With the establishment of a civil government during the American occupation in 1901, Mountain Province became a special province of the Philippines in 1907.
Mountain tops and sides provide a panoramic view of the winding Chico River meandering through ricefields, rocks, and sand as well as a good vantage point to the humble dwellings of the villagers.
Trudging through the mountains and valleys to best appreciate the natural wonders and beauty of the province in their natural state.
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 Bontoc
It is bounded on the west by Ilocos Sur province, on the east by Isabela and Ifugao provinces, on the north by Kalinga-Apayao Province, and on the south by Ifugao and Beguet Provinces.
The villages at the southern end of the Mountain Province are northern Kankanay.
In Sadanga, the playing of flat gongs in religious rituals is called feyar, and this is performed with the paliwat (recitation of challenges) and iyag (group chanting).
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(Mountain Province itself where the villages are located is at the bottom of the list of 22 poorest provinces of the 79 provinces in the Philippines.
The other beneficiary village of the Mt. Province leg of the outreach program was Barangay Anabel which was a 2-hour trek from the previous barangay.
The Agham sa Barangay project was funded by the Philippine Charity Sweeptakes Office, a quasi-government lottery agency, and jointly implemented by DOST and the local government of Mountain Province.
www.ukhap.nic.in /ict/docs/S2/GUERRERO.DOC   (970 words)

  
 Mountain province   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
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 Banaue Travel Information
The rugged mountain peaks created a built-in protection for the tribal population against Spanish colonial intrusions which came in the form of expeditions as early as 1663.
The thick forest cover, the rugged mountain terrain, and the support of the tribal people folk, contributed to the intrepid party's march into Palanan, Isabela, on September 6, 1900, "to the accpmpaniment of band music and the roaring welcome of the local people," Scott said.
Mt. Province lies in the heart of the Grand Cordillera, known to be the Philippines' biggest and highest chain of mountains, located some 170 kilometers north of Baguio City.
www.asiatravel.com /philippines/mprovince/mprovinceinfo.html   (1380 words)

  
 Philippines: No Fire Bonus Plan Program of Mountain Province (IFFN No. 18 - January 1998)
The three major types of forest present in the province, namely pine dipterocarp and pine forest, play a vital role in the socio-economic development.
The socio-ecological aspect of development should then be considered as the main factor in implementing development projects especially in a province with a rugged and mountainous terrain.
A verbal agreement had been made between the political leaders of this province and the DENR for the implementation of the said plan.
www.fire.uni-freiburg.de /iffn/country/rp/rp_4.htm   (2136 words)

  
 Philippines: New clashes with communist guerillas endanger Mt. Province villagers
Intense gun battles between the military and communist rebels in the upland barangays of Mt. Province have reportedly crippled the livelihood of countless farmers who are now too afraid to go to the farm.
In the province of Abra, the military is reportedly starting to take control of some of the identified strongholds of the New People's Army (NPA), reports said.
Supt. William Aspilan, director of the Mt. Province Provincial Police Office, however disputed this and said that no villagers were reported to have fled to safer areas due to the ongoing battle.
www.freerepublic.com /focus/f-news/964229/posts   (1104 words)

  
 Display Project Details   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Mountain Province, situated in Northern Luzon, Philippines is the land of the Igorots.
The place is mountainous and the weather ranges from temperate to cold.
These effects can be seen in their mode of dress, love of education, increasing number of concrete houses and business establishments, preference to foreign products, etc. Mostly affected are the youngsters who are very eager to learn and imitate what’s new especially when it involves technology.
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 Sun.Star Baguio - Involvement of 3rd tribe in Sadanga slay eyed
THE allegedly intensifying tribal conflict between residents of Sadanga, Mountain Province, and those from one of its barangays -- Saclit -- may have more far-reaching effects than earlier reported.
He said that Pais was killed when Saclit tribesmen allegedly peppered him with bullets in Sitio Tanovong, between the Sadanga Poblacion and Barangay Saclit of the same municipality, late Monday afternoon.
He said this resulted after Saclit tribesmen offered to enter into a peace pact with residents of Poblacion, Sadanga, a few weeks ago, but no one from Sadanga reportedly wanted to be a peace pact holder.
www.sunstar.com.ph /static/bag/2004/11/05/news/involvement.of.3rd.tribe.in.sadanga.slay.eyed.html   (316 words)

  
 Mountain province diamonds   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
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 Mountain Province - Definition, explanation
The total population of the province of Mountain Province as of September 1, 1995 is 130,755.
The total population of the province of Mountain Province as of September 1, 1995 is...
Mountain Province, deep in the heart of Northern Luzon's...
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 Bulatlat - The Philippines's alternative weekly magazine
However, with the broadening of the Cordillera mass movement encompassing all provinces and the broadening issues of Cordillera, the commemoration began to be called Cordillera Day in 1985.
In June 1984, upon the invitation of the Kalinga-Bontoc Peace Pact Holder, people’s organizations in the Cordillera had the Cordillera People’s Congress in Bontoc, Mountain Province.
The CPA was formed, and one of its first tasks is to lead in the annual commemoration of Cordillera Day on the death anniversary of Macliing Dulag, to remember the resolve and unity of the Cordillera peoples to resist all forms of development aggression in the Cordillera.
www.bulatlat.com /news/6-11/6-11-cordiday.htm   (646 words)

  
 Links SQL: About the Philippines/Regions/CAR/Mountain Province/Municipalities
Bontoc is the capital town of Mountain Province, center of trade, commerce, and eduction in the province; and also the seat of government in the province.
Pure mountainous area and lazy fields of flat lands are the primary tourist attraction that the municipality has to offer.
The name Sadanga was derived from the English word \"sad\" (lonely) and its local meaning \"Sanga\" which was put together by an American visitor to the place (Sad-Sanga).
www.filipinolinks.com /About_the_Philippines/Regions/CAR/Mountain_Province/Municipalities   (575 words)

  
 Elders call for end ... - May 12, 2003   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
QUIRINO, Ilocos Sur -- Heeding the clamor of members of warring tribes in Mountain Province and Kalinga, tribal elders in the Cordillera region and Ilocos Sur province have called on the concerned tribes to stop resorting to violence and settle disputes through indigenous peace agreements.
At least 34 elders from the provinces of Mountain Province, Kalinga, Abra and Ilocos Sur, in a workshop held during the recent Cordillera Day celebration here, discussed ways to end the ongoing dispute between the Butbut tribe in Tinglayan town, Kalinga and the Betwagan tribe in Sadanga town, Mountain Province.
Banag Simunlag, chair of the Binodngan People's Organization (BPO), said at least 10 members of the warring tribes had been killed since the boundary conflict started in December 2001.
www.inq7.net /reg/2003/may/12/text/reg_6-1-p.htm   (411 words)

  
 Cordillera Day 2006
However, with the broadening of the Cordillera mass movement encompassing all the provinces and broadening issues of Cordillera, the commemoration was called Cordillera Day in 1985.
Among the Cordillera groups are their friends and advocate groups from the barangay level to the international groups and conventions.
Then CPA was formed, with one of its first tasks to lead in the annual celebration of Cordillera Day on the death anniversary of Macliing Dulag on the 24th of April, to remember the resolve and unity of the Cordillera peoples to resist forms of development aggression in the Cordillera.
www.arkibongbayan.org /2006-04April23-CordiDay/cordiday2006.htm   (628 words)

  
 Unicef Philippines - Home page
Children in Mt. Province are not usually allowed to speak their minds.
The workshop is one of many activities which are implemented in the province to promote the rights of children and to equip young people with skills, preparing them as productive citizens.
Vivian, a senior at the Sadanga National High School, is the chief editor of the Ayyeng, the school newspaper.
www.unicef.org /philippines/real/rl_051202.html   (645 words)

  
 Official Website of the City of Baguio
Sallidao said during the dry season, the place is so dusty which presents harm to the buying public’s health because of the dirt, while during the rainy season, the place becomes too muddy, making it difficult for the traders to display their products along its grounds, making buying convenience impossible.
BONTOC, Mountain Province --- Some 106 deserving students from the province are scholars of the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority(TESDA) for school year 2005-2006.
A Congressional Inquiry sometime March 2005 was initiated by Mt. Province Rep. Victor Dominguez and Benguet Rep. Samuel Dangwa, in aid of legislation, to shed light on issues raised against Daewoo, the contractor of the rehab project.
www.baguio.gov.ph /index.php?option=content&task=view&id=283&Itemid=2   (4577 words)

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