• Other Heroes Reaction Paper
    ANDRES BONIFACIO, EMILIO JACINTO, APOLINARIO MABINI I. SUMMARY A. ANDRES BONIFACIO Andres Bonifacio, the supremo, a self-taught revolutionary, a national hero. He was born to a poor family in Tondo, Manila, on November 30, 1863. His parents were Santiago Bonifacio and Catalina de Castro...
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  • pio valenzuela
    . Valenzuela claimed in his memoirs that he was supposed to be the editor of the publication but Emilio Jacinto would eventually be the one to supervise its printing. Valenzuela said he was the one who suggested the name Kalayaan (Freedom) for the publication. To mislead the Spanish authorities, he...
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  • \Open
    contribution to wounded and ailing Katipuneros during revolution. Literature of the society[edit] Andrés Bonifacio Emilio Jacinto Pío Valenzuela The triumvirate of Katipunan (from left to right): Bonifacio, Jacinto, and Valenzuela. Wikisource has original text related to this article: Pahimakas...
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  • rizal
    completing his law degree. Politics and Revolution Perhaps the most interesting part of a biography of Emilio Jacinto are the details about his political life and contributions: After dropping out of college at the age of 20, Emilio joined the Katipunan, a secret revolutionary society. This was...
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  • Period of Enlightenment
    . Highlights of the Active Revolution The noted leaders of this period were Andres Bonifacio, Emilio Jacinto and Apolinario Mabini. These are their contributions to our country. Andres Bonifacio Andrés Bonifacio y de Castro (30 November 1863 – 10 May 1897) was a Filipino nationalist and...
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  • Rizal
    a Spanish outpost in Africa. He was incarcerated for about two years. Emilio Jacinto y Dizon Date of Birth: December 5, 1875 Date of Death: April 16, 1899 Place of Birth: Manila Contribution:  He did not finish college and, at the age of 20, joined the secret society called...
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  • Wala Lang
    affiliated with the La Liga Filipina (a civic organization suspected of being revolutionary and which triggered Rizal's banishment to Dapitan). Like Andres Bonifacio, Emilio Jacinto, Apolinario Mabini, Jose Palma, and Pio Valenzuela decided that there was no other way except to revolt.33. o The gist of...
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  • Boni, Jaci and Mali
    . Today he is regarded as a national hero of the Philippines. Emilio Jacinto Name: Emilio Jacinto – (December 15, 1875 to April 16, 1899) Born: December 15, 1875 Father: Mariano Jacinto Mother: Josefa Dizon Better Known: Brain of the Katipunan Emilio was born in Trozo, Manila on December...
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  • The History of the Philippines
    government and Magdiwang ("Celebrate" in Filipino) agreed to retain Katipunan. She was the first woman member of the Katipunan(July 1893). | Marina Dizon. She was cousin of Emilio Jacinto. She lost her mother when she was eight months old. She was also a guitarist and violinist of the Trozo...
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  • Summary of Bonifacio
    . When the news broke, Bonifacio first tried to convince Rizal, quarantined aboard a ship in Manila Bay, to escape and join the imminent revolt. Bonifacio, Emilio Jacinto and Guillermo Masangkay disguised themselves as sailors and went to the pier where Rizal's ship was anchored. Jacinto personally met...
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  • Child Rights Protection
    . 5. Apolinario Mabini - Sublime Paralytic and Brains of the Revolution. 6. GOMBURZA - Martyred Priests of 1872. 7. Trece Martirez - 13 Martyrs from Cavite. 8. Emilio Jacinto - Brains of the Katipunan. 9. General Antonio Luna - Cofounder of La Independencia . 10. Melchora Aquino...
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  • Jhgnuivhniksk
    Philippine Republic. Apolinario Mabini - Sublime Paralytic and Brains of the Revolution. Doña Teodora Alonzo y Realonda - Mother and first teacher of Jose Rizal. Father Mariano Gomez - One of the Priest of GOMBURZA. Emilio Jacinto y Dizon - Brains of the Katipunan. Cayetano Arellano - First Chief...
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  • The Execution of Bonifacio
    of Emilio Jacinto and the undersigned (i.e. Julio Nakpil) who were operating in the provinces of Manila, Laguna, and Morong. It was an act of banditry: The jewels and money of the families of the murdered men were confiscated like war booty. The Arrest and Execution of Andres Bonifacio On...
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  • Youth
    , Bonifacio developed a strong friendship with Emilio Jacinto who served as his adviser and confidant, as well as a member of the Supreme Council. The rapid increase of Katipunan activity drew the suspicion of the Spanish authorities. By early 1896, Spanish intelligence was aware of the existence of a...
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  • The Period of Enlightenment
    Philippines. Because of this, not a few of the Filipinos affiliated with the La Liga Filipina (a civic organization suspected of being revolutionary and which triggered Rizal’s banishment to Dapitan). Like Andres Bonifacio, Emilio Jacinto, Apolinario Mabini, Jose Palma, and Pio Valenzuela decided that...
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  • Philippine Heroes and Writings
    evil B. Emilio Jacinto(1875-1899) BIOGRAPHY Emilio was born in Trozo, Manila on December 15, 1875. Later, he was forced to live with his uncle, Don Jose Dizon, who enrolled him at the San Juan de Letran College. Then he transferred to the University of Santo Tomas to take up Law. His studies...
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  • Period of Enlightenment
    ANAK NG BAYAN (Obligation of Our Countrymen) 3. PAG-IBIG SA TINUBUANG LUPA (Love of One’s Native Land) 4. HULING PAALAM (Last Farewell) EMILIO JACINTO – was the intelligent assistant of Andreas Bonifacio in the establishment of Katipunan. He is called the Brains of the Katipunan. He edited...
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  • History
    Katipunan‟s Kartilla and Emilio Jacinto translated it into Tagalog for the benefit of the unschooled members of the Katipunan. * 100. Kartilla of the Katipunan• The Kartilla consisted of 13 teachings, which members of the society were expected to observe. The next slides contain the primer of the...
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  • Ang Pusa
     - Sublime Paralytic and Brains of the Revolution. Doña Teodora Alonzo y Realonda - Mother and first teacher of Jose Rizal. Father Mariano Gomez - One of the Priest of GOMBURZA. Emilio Jacinto y Dizon - Brains of the Katipunan. Cayetano Arellano - First Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Father...
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  • Philippine Literature Part I
    the government and was meant to arouse the people to unite and to prepare for independence. D. Highlights of the Active Revolution The noted leaders of this period were Andres Bonifacio, Emilio Jacinto and Apolinario Mabini. These are their contributions to our country. ANDRES BONIFACIO...
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