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Sultan Jamalul ul-Kiram II, 1884-1936

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Sultan Harun al-Rashid, 1886-1894

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Sultan Badar ud-Din II, 1881-1884

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Sultan Jamal ul-Azam, 1862-1881

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Sultan Pulalun, 1842-1862

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An interview granted by Sultan Jamal ul-Azam to some French visitors

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Moro Famous Sidearms: The Barong, The Kris and The Bangkong

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Trading Vessel in Jolo Port in the late 1830's

1830's

An Iranun Sea Warrior

1840's

A Joangga, an Iranun warship of the late 18th century

Late 18th Century

The Balangingi Garay

19th Century

Moro Warriors with their Barongs and Spears

Circa 1901

Maguindanao Sultan with Gov. Finley

1899-1901

Maguindanao Sultan and His Attendants

1899-1901

American Soldiers with Moro Datus

1901-1902

Datu Piang and His Officials

1899-1901

Moros and Muslim  Foreigners with US Officer

1899-1901

Gen. Sumner's Conference with Sultans of Bayang and Wato, 1899-1902

1899-1902

Battle of Bud Bagsak

June 11-15, 1913
 

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