Thursday, March 27, 2014

Index Introduction of the Yakan




My name is Kira Simmons, I am a senior at  (ESU) East

Stroudsburg University this Blog was created to provide

web viewers with a little history of the Yakan Culture.

This is where I will introduce the Yakan culture. 

Basilan Island is the home of the Yakan tribe, it is a part of

the Sulu Archipelago which extends from 

Mindanao and is comprised of volcanic and coral islands. 

Yakan's are a  group of people who originally branch off

from the southern Philippines.   

                                                   they are a very loving and family oriented culture. 

                                          Men work and hunt, while the women are at home tending to the children. 

                                                       Yakan's are very traditional people.






Refference


Google Books



Between Integration and Secession. Yegar, Moshe. “Chapter 17: The Spanish Occupation



Period [p. 204].” 2002. New York: Lexington Books.

http://books.google.com/books?id=S5q7qxi5LBgC&pg=PA203&lpg=PA203&dq=spanish+sultan+sulu&so

urce=bl&ots=tm2GA_I98v&sig=kDkR4GVdSTbIc2Ahr0jhziFOHGU&hl=en&ei=0KBfSq76MYyllAe73-

nmCQ&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=4

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