Wednesday, November 19, 2003

Books Written by William Henry Scott

Some of the books written by William Henry Scott are:
  • A Sagada Reader - aims to provide the reader a better understanding of Sagada social and ritual life, and the development of the town.
  • Barangay - 16th Century Philippine Culture and Society
  • Ilocano Responses to American Aggression During 1900-1901
  • Looking for the Prehispanic Filipino - new insights into the life of the Filipino people at the time of the Spanish advent
  • Slavery in the Spanish Philippines
  • Prehispanic Source Materials for the Study of Philippine History -This book (dissertation) invalidated the Maragtas Code and the Kalantiao Penal Code because according to the research of Dr. Scott that the Jose E. Marco contributions to Philippine historiography - viz., the Povedano 1572 map, and the 1572, 1577, 1578 and 1579, Morquecho 1830, and Pavon 1837-1839 manuscripts - appear to be deliberate fabrications with no historic validity

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