November 16, 1942

Since my arrival in Bayombong, I started familiariazing myself with the town area and people.  I visited all sectors and met many families such as the Madellas, Mendozas, Zuraeks, Gonongs, Prudenciado-Lozano, Reyeses aside from the provincial and municipal officials appointed by the Japanese Adm.  The peace and order appears artificial as the people live in fear of..

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January 13 — December 23, 1903

Left Manila for Bayomboñg, Nueva Vizcaya, where I arrived about January 19 or 20. Went via railroad to Bautista, and then on horseback through Rosales, Laiñgan, San José, Pancan, Carañglan, Lopez, Lagbañg, Bayomboñg. Remained in Bayomboñg until March 20, and took station in Bagábag, Nueva Vizcaya, on March 21. Remained in Bagábag until October 2,..

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