San Vicente

History of Barangay San Vicente Like Calambog, the area now occupied by the barangay of Del Rosario and San Vicente was once a single barrio known as Tacolod. Often mispronounced (and misspelled) by Spanish colonial chroniclers as Tacolor, the locality was already inhabited by native Bikolnons at the time that much of Spain was still continue reading : San Vicente


History of Barangay Tibgao Long before the Spaniards arrived, there was a place in what was to become Canaman which was thickly covered with a particular type of grass locally called tibgao. This kind of grass grew very tall, and the pollen of its flower was known to cause blindness if the pollen ever got continue reading : Tibgao


History of Barangay Talidtid Barangay Talidtid got its name from the Bikol word taludtod which is a way of carrying something on your back (in English, “piggy-backing”) Physical Characteristics  Barangay Talidtid is bounded on the east by barangay San Roque, west by barangay Sta. Cruz and south by barangay Casuray of the Municipality of Magarao. continue reading : Talidtid


History of Barangay Sua The locality that is now barangay Sua is believed to have been settled and long before the arrival of the Spaniards. The first settlers said to have come from neighboring places, apparently arrived in the area when much of Canaman forest had already been cut down and farming had already became continue reading : Sua

Sta. Cruz

History of Barangay Sta. Cruz Barangay Sta. Cruz, another of the five constituent units of the poblacion of Canaman, came into official existence as a barrio in the first decade of the 1900s. Situated north of the Canaman Creek, it runs northwestward to a legended and potential tourist spot called Apad. It shares its eastern continue reading : Sta. Cruz