You are assigned to the most interesting of the Moro provinces,—Davao.
Their home is at the foot of the volcano of Apo (Davao, in Mindanao).
They settled on a mangy plantation up the coast, north of Davao, but they aren't working: just loafing around all day.
This number is exclusive of the garrisons of Zamoanga and Davao.
Davao is on the island of Mindanao, the largest in the Philippines.
Samples of what seems to be the sour orange have been received from Davao, Mindanao.
I do not learn whether it was accident or information which led him to the little island Davao on his second visit, in 1883.
It is then not improbable that the Moros of the gulf of Davao participated in it likewise.
He asks for the construction, for military purposes, of a telegraph line of communication with the District of Davao.
In the district of Davao more than five thousand Moros are living peacefully under Spanish rule.