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Sangirese people

Sangirese people
Sangir / Sangihe
A Sangir man in koffo attire, 1929.
Total population
approx. 600,000 people
Regions with significant populations
Indonesia[1]
North Sulawesi: 449,805
Gorontalo: 7,489
Philippines
Mindanao: 108,000
Languages
Religion
Related ethnic groups

Sangirese or Sangihe people are one of the native people to the Sangir Islands in the northern chain of islands in Sulawesi and the southern part of Mindanao. Their native language is Sangirese language, while Sasahara language is a secret language spoken among Sangirese sailors or pirates.[2] The Sangirese people are fishermen and nutmeg growers in their home areas and also work as wage labourers in industrial crops enterprises in Bolaang Mongondow Regency and Minahasa Regency.[3]

The Sangirese have traditionally been concentrated in the province of North Sulawesi in Indonesia and the Region of Dávao in the Philippines.[4]

Notable people

References

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  4. ^ http://www.rappler.com/world/specials/southeast-asia/52543-indonesian-sangirs-mindanao

External links

  • (Indonesian) Suku Sangir, Sulawesi Utara
  • Sangir | Ethnic Groups of the Philippines
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