The image on the right depicts four unnamed Kalinga chiefs from the Philippine highlands, all wearing small necklaces and loincloths and standing in front of a nipa hut. The men hold hand axes and long, narrow shields. The shields have two long prongs at the bottom, and three long prongs at the top. A few horizontal lines are etched directly above and below the prongs on the shields. Worcester, in a hat and leaning on a staff, stands in the middle of the group. To the right and slightly behind him stands an unnamed man with dark skin, dressed similarly to Worcester, who may have been a local recruited to be his guide. In the background, at the door of the nipa hut, two women sit and watch the men in the line.