• 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. When...
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    regarded as a genuine revolutionary government, de facto and de jure.[16] Position Name Supreme President Andrés Bonifacio Secretary of state Emilio Jacinto Secretary of War Teodoro Plata Secretary of Justice Briccio Pantas Secretary of Finance Enrique Pacheco In each province where there were Katipunan...
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  • pio valenzuela
    office 1895–1898 Personal details Born July 11, 1869 Polo, Bulacan, Philippines Died April 6, 1956 (aged 86) Polo, Bulacan, Philippines Spouse(s) Marciana Castro Profession Doctor of Medicine Religion Roman Catholic Pío Valenzuela (July 11, 1869–April 6, 1956) was a Filipino physician and patriot...
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  • Period of Enlightenment
    led by Andrés Bonifacio, which would start the Philippine Revolution against Spain, leading to the foundation of the First Philippine Republic under Emilio Aguinaldo. He was a proponent of achieving Philippine self-government peacefully through institutional reform rather than through violent revolution...
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  • rizal
    the greatest, if not the greatest, Filipino general. Emilio Jacinto This biography of Emilio Jacinto begins with his early life: Emilio Jacinto was born in 1875 on the 15th of December. He was the only son of a man named Mariano Jacinto and a woman named Josefa Dizon. Shortly after he was born...
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  • Wala Lang
    before the Spaniards brought over the Roman alphabet. The syllabary had three vowels (a, i-e, u-o) and 14 consonants (b, d, g, h, k, l, m, n, ng, p, r, s, t, w, and y) but, curiously enough, had no way of indicating the consonantal ending words. This lends credence to the belief that the syllabary could...
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  • chapter 4: biography and history
    Father Jose Burgos, Grciano Lopez Jaena, Jose Rizal Andres Bonifacio ,Apolinario Mabini, Antonio Luna , Marcelo H. del Pilar, Gregorio del Pilar, Emilio Jacinto, among others who were destroyed by the system they wished to radically transform. He further said that they were consumed by the intensity of...
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  • Boni, Jaci and Mali
    November 1863 – 10 May 1897) Andrés Bonifacio was born in Manila in 1863, the son of a government official. When both his parents died in the 1870's, he left school to support his five brothers and sisters. By the mid-1880s, he had become a fervent Filipino nationalist. When José Rizal established...
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  • Summary of Bonifacio
    named Andrés who died of smallpox in infancy. In 1892 he joined Rizal's La Liga Filipina, an organization which called for political reforms in Spain`s colonial government of the Philippines. However, La Liga disbanded after only one meeting as Rizal was arrested and deported to Dapitan in Mindanao. Bonifacio...
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  • Rizal
    Leaders: Andres Bonifacio y De Castro Date of Birth: November 30, 1863 Date of Death: May 10, 1897 Place of Birth: Tondo, Manila Contribution: On 7 July 1892, the day after Rizal's deportation was announced, Bonifacio and others founded the Katipunan, or in full, KataastaasangKagalanggalangang KatipunanngmgaAnakng...
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  • Youth
    among Katipunan members. 1. He had a strong friendship with the Supremo Presidente Emilio Aguinaldo until 1895. 2. He was the adviser and legal consultant of many members of the Katipunan during his governance after Emilio Aguinaldo. IV. Andres Bonifacio’s primary desire is peace and order. A. Andres...
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  • Jhgnuivhniksk
    General Emilio Aguinaldo - President of the First 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 -...
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  • Child Rights Protection
    Tirad Pass. 4. General Emilio Aguinaldo - President of the First Philippine Republic. 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...
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  • The Execution of Bonifacio
    have never been found. Bones were exhumed there in 1918, but I believe those were fake. The Brains of the Revolution died of cholera in his brother?s home in Nagtahan which was recently relocated, we hope for the last time, to the Polytechnic University of the Philippines, Mabini campus in Manila by...
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  • The History of the Philippines
    his stint as a US Resident-Commisioner. Who is generally acknowledged as the first President of the Philippines? | History of the Philippines | Emilio Aguinaldo. However, he didn't get international recognition. Who excommunicated Fr. Gregorio Aglipay? | History of the Philippines | Norzaleda...
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  • The Period of Enlightenment
    OBRA SUCESOS DE LAS FILIPINAS FOR EL DR. ANTONIO DE MORGA (Notes on Philippine Events by Dr. Antonio de Morga): 1889 11. P. JACINTO: MEMORIAS DE UN ESTUDIANTE DE MANILA (P. Jacinto: Memoirs of a Student of Manila) 1882 MARCELO H. DEL PILAR Marcelo H. del Pilar is popularly known for his pen name of Plaridel...
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  • History
    his house • Spanish forces came and subdued Gumapos and his army. He was taken as prisoner and was hanged in Vigan. * 5. REVOLT OF ALMAZAN (1660’s, Ilocos)Cause: Personal •Pedro Almazan was a rich chief of Sanambition Nicholas. •He crowned himself King of Ilocos; he wore the crown of the Queen of...
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  • Period of Enlightenment
    SUCESOS DE LAS FILIPINAS FOR EL DR. ANTONIO DE MORGA (Notes on the Philippine Events by Dr. Antonio de Morga): 1889 11. P. JACINTO: MEMORIAS DE UN ESTUDIANTE DE MANILA (P. Jacinto: Memoirs of a Student of Manila) 1882. 12. DIARIO DE VIAJE DE NORTE AMERICA (Diary of a Voyage to North America) MARCELO...
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  • Philippine Heroes and Writings
    acts and plans were termed as harmful for the unity and he was arrested and executed for “treason and sedition”. The execution was ordered by Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo, the elected president of the provisional revolutionary government. Bonifacio was executed on May 10, 1897 in the mountains of Maragondon...
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  • Ang Pusa
    has a total of fourteen Presidents including. Below is the list of the Presidents of the Republic of the Philippines. First Philippine Republic EMILIO AGUINALDO y FAMY First President of the Republic of the Philippines June 12,1898 - March 23,1901 Commonwealth of the Philippines MANUEL LUIS...
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