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Calinog History

CALINOG is believed to be the resettlement place chosen by Tuan Marikudo, the Negrito chieftain of Panay, who bartered his domain, the coastal plains of San Joaquin, then a part of Hamtic, for a saduk” of gold and a long necklace to the intrepid Malays from Borneo.  He found the place ideal for his family and tribe after he retreated towards the inland bringing with them their nomadic habits and propensity. Tuan Marikudo and his people reached the wide area midway between the two big rivers, Jalaur and Ulian. The strategic hills mounted in the middle of that area where they settle served as their citadel and watchtower. That area is now believed to be the majestic place overlooking the town proper of Calinog we call Marikudo Hills.

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