* Foto old Sulawesi, tribes on Sulawesi and ancient sites: link
History of the kingdom
Mokapog or Mokapogu was the name of an old country in North Sulawesi, a sovereign and self-governing kingdom, that existed approximately until four centuries ago, before the arrival of European nations such as Portugal, Spain, the Netherlands.
Mokapog was the mother country, which later evolved into the three kingdoms, known as the Kingdom of Kaidipang, Bintauna kingdom and the Kingdom of Bolangitang.
(Note: in 1912 Kaidipang and Bolangitang kingdom were united with the name Kingdom Kaidipang Besar (great).
Kaidipang kingdom was founded by Pugu pugu Maurits Datubinangkal Korompot, Bintauna kingdom was founded by Datu Solagu or Datunsolang. The first king of the Kingdom of Bolangitang was Salmon Muda Pontoh.
The Kingdom of Great Kaidipang (1912 – 1950), was governed by the first and last king, King Raja Ram Suit Pontoh (R.S.Pontoh).
Gorontalo / Mongondow beginning 20th century
List of kings
The first and last king was: 1912-1950: Raja Ram Suit Pontoh (R.S. Pontoh).
Source (only indon. language)
King Ram Suit Pontoh (R.S. Pontoh)