Aguiauan's former name was San Sebastian. It was named after Capitan Sebastian Fausa (1857-1858) who founded the place. Until 1889, it was an important barrio with a stone church built by Fray Angel Abasulo, parish priest.
The name Aguiauan derived from the dialect word gin-agihan, which means "has been passed." During the Filipino-American War, Filipino insurgent used to pass this place in coming down from the mountain headquarters in Barrio Igcabugao, Igbaras.
Aguiauan also have local tourist attraction where the people visit during Holy week for the purposes of collecting medical herbs and oil and for nature tripping.
Barangay Aguiauan produces bamboo mats called sawali, sadok, salakot and grain containers called tabungos and malindog.
The now Aguiauan was one developing barangay in the entire municipality because of its surroundings which contribute to the development of it.
In addition to this, the sawali business still exist and helped for the people of our barangay to survive. Some of the residents went abroad to uplift the economic living of the community.
Through the leadership of its new Punong Barangay Wilfredo Faunal that shines someday as one of the progressive barangay.
|Wilfredo Faunal||Punong Barangay|
|Ildefonso Napilan Jr.||Kagawad|
|Julius Nieles||SK Chairman|
|Josephine Pelipaga||Barangay Secretary|
|Sofia Diamante||Barangay Treasurer|
|Agricultural||783,633 square meters|
|Residential||13,933 square meters|
|Number of transportation available in the barangay||Jeepney 1, private car 5, tricycle 12, motorcycle 2, bicycle,4|
|List of tourist attraction||Mt. Odoc|
|Number of male||333|
|Number of female||325|
|Number of youths||84|
|Number of households||105|
|List of sports facilities||Volleybal, basketball|
|List of schools present in the barangay||Aguiauan Elementary School & Alejandro Firmeza Memorial National High School|
|Number of college students||22|
|Number of high school students||48|
|Number of pre-schoolers||53|
|Prevailing religion||Roman Catholic|
|Number of Communication Facilities||cellphones 26, telephones 17|
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