Bonifacio and Katipunan

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Bonifacio and Katipunan

July 7, 1892 > the newspapers published the news about the arrest of Rizal and the governor-general’s order to banished him to Dapitan.

Kataas taasan Kagalang-galangan na Katipunan nang mga Anak nang Bayan ( Highest and Most Respectable Association of the Sons of the People ) Blood compact > was an ancient Filipino custom of sealing friendship.

Triangle > method of recruiting members in a secret ways in order to minimize the danger of discovery by Spanish authorities. The Katipunan Assembly > composed of members of the Supreme Council and the presidents of the Provincial and Popular Councils. Sangguniang Hukuman > w/c passed judgment on members who violated the rules of Society. The Chamber > sentenced members who exposed the Katipunan. Katipunan Codes > a system of writing which would make it difficult for Spaniards to read the Katipunan letters or any communications.

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Flag > it symbolizes of their unity.
Benita Rodriguez & Gregoria de Jesus (Bonifacio’s wife) > who made their flag.

First flag of KKKSecond Flag of KKKBonifacio’s Flag

The Teachings of the Katipunan > in order to guide the Katipuneros in leading a highly moral life. > 10 “commandments” (Katungkulang Gagawin ng mga Anak ng Bayan) Kartilla > Emilio Jacinto ( Bonifacio’s close friend) wrote the Kartilla which consisted of 13 teachings. THE KATIPUNAN WOMEN

> only the wife, sister, and daughter of Katipunero could be eligible for membership. Candido Iban & Francisco del Castillo > two Bisayan patriots from Kalibo, Kapis gave the katipunan the money to purchase a printing press.

THE KALAYAAN > name of the newspaper published in the middle of March 1896. January 1896 > the total membership did not exceed 300. After distribution of the Kalayan in Pampanga, Tarlac, and in the Tagalog provinces,...
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