Encounters with the Agta

Ucko, Franz
November 1986
Natural History;Nov86, Vol. 95 Issue 11, p4
Presents a letter to the editor detailing a personal experience with the people of the Philippine islands mentioned in the article "Daughters of the Forest," by Agnes Estioko-Griffin in the May 1986 issue.


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