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I. BOOKS

 

Agoncillo, Teodoro A. Filipinpo Nationalism, 1872-1970. Quezon City: R.P. Garcia Publishing Co., 1994

 

Blair, Emma Helen and James Alexander Robertson. The Philippine Islands, 1943-1898. Vol.12. Reprinted. Mandaluyong, Rizal: Cacho Hernandez, Inc.,1973.

 

________. The Philippine Islands, 1943-1898.  Vol.28. Reprinted. Mandaluyong, Rizal: Cacho Hernandez, Inc.,1973.

 

________, The Philippine Islands, 1943-1898. Vol.44. Reprinted. Mandaluyong, Rizal: Cacho Hernandez, Inc.,1973.

 

Corpuz, O. D. The Roots of the Filipino Nation. Vol.11. Quezon City, Philippines:Aklabi Foundation Inc., 1998 

Delacour, Jean and Ernst Mayr. Birds of the Philippines. New York: The Macmillan Company,1946.

 

Eder, James F. On the Road to Tribal Extinction. Berkerly University of California Press,1987.

 

Fox, Robert  B. “Looking at the Pre-Historic Community”. Filipino Heritage Vol.2 ed. Alfredo R. Roces. Lahing Pilipino Publishing, Inc., 1977.

 

Francisco, Juan R. “Two Views on the Origin of  Philippines Script”. Filipino Heritage. Vol.3 ed. Alfredo R. Roces. Lahing Pilipino Publishing, Inc., 1977.

 

Fernandez, Jose, Fe Fernandez, Edna Imelda Fernandez Legaspi. Palawan Flora and  Fauna. Palawan Tropical Forestry Programme, 1965.

 

Kaskins, Jim General Editor. The Filipino Nation. Vol.1 Groiler International. Printed in the United States of America,1982.

 

Kent, Sherman. Writing History. New York: F. S. Croft’s & Co.,1947.

 

Malcolm, George H. The Government of the Philippine Islands. Manila, 1916.

 

Marcelo III, Beniito C. “Baywatch: The Coastal Areas Protection Program.” The Management Systems of  Marine Fisheries and Other Coastal Resources of Palawan, Philippines. ed. Michael Pido, Robert S. Pomeroy, Brenda M. Katon, Melvin B. Carlos, Adelvisa C. Sandalo. International Center for Living Aquatic Resources Management and Palawan Council for Sustainable Development Staff. R. P. No.4, September 1996.

 

Marche, Alfred. Luzon and Palawan. Trans. Carmen Ojeda and Jovita Castro. Manila: The Filipino Book Guilds, 1970.

 

Ocampo, Nilo S. Katutubo, Musim, Kristiyano Palawan: 1621-1901. Kolonya, Alemanya: Salazar at Mendoza,1985.

 

Ponce de Leon, Walfrido R. Palwan: Land of Promise Dumaguete City:2001.

 

Quisimbing, Eduardo. Checklist of Palawan Greenery and Wildlife.” Filipino Heritage. Vol.7 ed. Alfredo R. Roces. Lahijng Filipino Publishing Inc., 1977.

 

Rizal, Jose. El Filibusterismo Trans. Leon  Ma. Guerero. Longman Group (Far East) Limited. Quarry Bay, Hongkong,1965.

 

Saleeby, Najeeb Mitry. History of Sulu. Manila: Filipiniana Book Guild,1963.

 

Sandalo, Ricardo M. “Sustainable Development and the Environmental Plan for Palawan.” Ed. James F. Eder and Janet O. Fernandez. Palawan at the Crossroads. Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press,1996.

 

San Juan, Carolina F. ed. Puerto Princesa During the Second World War: A Narrative History 1941-1945. Quezon City, Philippines: Kadena  Press Foundation, inc.,1998.

 

Sualog, Delia F. “The Coastal Environment Program: The Case of Palawan.” The Management Systems of  Marine Fisheries and Other Coastal Resources of Palawan, Philippines. ed. Michael Pido, Robert S. Pomeroy, Brenda M. Katon, Melvin B. Carlos, Adelvisa C. Sandalo. International Center for Living Aquatic Resources Management and Palawan Council for Sustainable Development Staff. R. P. No.4, September 1996.

 

Sawyer, Frederick. The Inhabitants of the Philippines. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1900.

 

Sibal, Divina P. “The Experience of the Ulugan Bay Foundation Incorporated in Community-Based Coastal Resources Management.” The Management Systems of  Marine Fisheries and Other Coastal Resources of Palawan, Philippines. ed. Michael Pido, Robert S. Pomeroy, Brenda M. Katon, Melvin B. Carlos, Adelvisa C. Sandalo. International Center for Living Aquatic Resources Management and Palawan Council for Sustainable Development Staff. R. P. No.4, September 1996.

 

Sides, Hampton. Ghost Soldiers. New York:  Doubleday, 2001.

 

Warren, Charles P. “The Bataks of Palawan: A Culture in Transition. Research Series No.3 Philippine Studies Program. University of Chicago, 1964.

 

Zafra Nicolas. Philippine History Through Selected Sources. Quezon City, 1967.

 

Zaide, Gregorio F. ed. Documentary Sources of Philippine History. Vol.1. Navotas Metro Manila: National Book, Inc., 1990.

 

Zaide, Sonia M. The Philippines, A Unique Nation. All Nations Publishing Inc., 1999.

 

 

 

 

II. MAGAZINES

 

Famorcan, Eleazar M. “Puerto Princesa City: Where Cleanliness is a Way of Life.” Health and Home. November-December 2000.

 

Galvez, Jose. “Puerto Princesa: A City of Paradise.” Leader. February-March 2003.

“Through the Sabang River.” Bulletin. Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park, Puerto Princesa, March 2001.

 

Halcon, Carl Bryan. “Dos Palmas.” Palawan Community News. Palawan. February 2004.

 

III. NEWSPAPERS

 

Patanne, E. P. “Palawan’s Lost Tribe.” The Manila Times. 22 February 1963.

 

Quiros, Conrado de. “There is a Rub.” Philippines Daily Inquirer. 2004

 

IV. PUBLIC DOCUMENTS

 

Master Plan For Community-Based Eco-Tourism in Ulugan Bay, Palawan, Republic of the Philippines. UNESCO/UNDP Coastal Resource Management and Sustainable Tourism Project Phi/98’007. Green Globe LTD. January 2000.

 

Mineral News Service. January 1970.

 

Socio-Economic Profile. City of Puerto Princesa 1998. Vol.I. Prepared: City Development Council and Office of the City Planning and Development Coordinator. June2000.

 

Tara Country Gold Course. Western Command. Puerto Princesa, Palawan.

 

1992 Local Government Performance Report. City of Puerto Princesa.

 

1994 Local Government Performance Report. City of Puerto Princesa.

 

1995 Local Government Performance Report. City of Puerto Princesa.

 

1996 Local Government Performance Report. City of Puerto Princesa

 

1998 Local Government Performance Report. City of Puerto Princesa.

2000 Local Government Performance Report. City of Puerto Princesa

 

2003 Annual Performance Report. Documented: City Planning and Development Coordinator March 2004.

 

A Brief History of the Apostolic Vicariate of Puerto Princesa.

 

Republic Act No.7586, “An Act Providing for the Establishment and Management of National Integrated Protected Areas System. Defining Its Scope and Coverage and for Other Purposes.

 

National Protected Areas System (NIPAS), Implementing Rules and Regulations, Deparrment Administrative Order, No.25, Series 1992, 29 June 1992

 

Republic Act No. 5906, “An Act Creating the City of Puerto Princesa.” Approved by President Ferdinand E. Marcos on 21 June 1969.

 

Republic Act No. 6608, “An Act Amending Certain Provisions of Republic Act Numbered Fifty-Nine Hundred Six, Known as the Charter of the City of Puerto Princesa and for Other Purposes. Enacted without Executive Approval, 23 October 1992.

 

Presidential Decree No. 437, “Repealing and Amending Certain Section of Republic Act No. 5906, Otherwise Known as the Charter of the City of Puerto Princesa. Promulgated by President Ferdinand E. Marcos on 16 April 1974.

 

Republic Act No. 7684, “An Act Declaring March Four of Every Year A Special Nonworking Holiday in the City of Puerto Princesa.” Appoved by President Fidel V. Ramos on 23 February 1994.

 

Sangguniang Panlunsod Resolution No.4-95, “A Resolution Declaring the City of  Puerto Princesa A Zone of Peace.” Approved: Edward S.Hagedorn, City Mayor, 19 July 1995.

 

 

 

V. REFERENCE WORKS

 

Dajer, Tony. “Blackwater Fever.” Discovery Magazine. May 1992. Microsoft Encarta Encyclopedia 2001.

 

Dalleck, Robert. “What Makes A Great President.”  Microsoft Encarta Encyclopedia 2001.

 

Efron, Sonni. “Victims Not Ready to Close Books on Minamata Saga.” Los Angeles Times. 1 August 1997. Microsoft Encarta Encyclopedia 2001

 

“Instructions.” Philippians. Good News Bible. Manila, Philippines. Philippine Bible Society, 1982.

 

World Heritage Committee. Microsoft Encarta Encyclopedia 2001.

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