National Geographic : 1971 Aug
Hero among the Higaonons, Manpatilan enjoys a freedom he almost lost forever. Ac cused of murdering several lumbermen after they raped and shot members of his family, Manpatilan hid for two years until President Marcos gave him amnesty. Here, during a tree-house feast, the datu, or chief, exhorts a gathering of his people to maintain their self-respect. He noted proudly that the author and the photographer had come halfway around the world to visit the Higaonon people. KODACHROMES (0 N.G.S.