• Summary of Bonifacio
    friendship with Emilo Jacinto, who served as his adviser and confidant, as well as a member of the Supreme Council. Bonifacio adopted Jacinto's Kartilya primer as the official teachings of the society in place of his own Decalouge , which he judged as inferior. Bonifacio, Jacinto and Pio Valenzuela collaborated...
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  • Graciano Lopez Jaena
    for freedom, independence, and equality.  Emilio Jacinto Often called the "Brains of the Katipunan". Emilio Jacinto was the young adviser to Andres Bonifacio. Emilio Jacinto was born on December 15, 1875 in Trozo, Manila; his father was Mariano Jacinto and his mother was Josefa Dizon. He died at...
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  • Paper Works
    de la vida Cristiana, (1605), by friar lexicographer Francisco Blancas de San Jose. In 1704, Gaspar Aquino de Belen published "Ang mahal na passion ni Jesu Christong panginoon natin" (The Passion of Jesus Christ Our Lord), a narrative poem of the life of Christ. Literature reaffirming religious values...
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  • Literature
    Tejeros, San Francisco de Malabon and was called the Tejeros Convention. Bonifacio diisolved the convention after Daniel Tirona, an associate of Emilio Aguinaldo, questioned his professional credibility as the director of the interior without a Lawyer’s diploma. Aguinaldo’s group won and considered...
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  • Philippine Lit
    Aside from the aforementioned epics, there are still other epics that can be read and studied like the following epics.  a. Bidasari-Moro epic b. Biag ni Lam-ang-Ilokano epic c. Maragtas-Visayan epic d. Haraya-Visayan epic e. Lagda-Visayan epic f. Hari sa Bukid-Visayan epic g. Kumintang-Tagalog epic...
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  • History
    first, Katipunan was only open for male Filipinos; not later then, women were accepted in the society. The Katipunan has its own publication, Ang Kalayaan (The Liberty) that had its first and last print on March 1896. Revolutionary ideals and works flourished within the society, and Philippine literature...
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  • Assignment
    composed of Bonifacio, Jacinto, Valenzuela srntenced some members to be expelled for having allegedly violated the secrets of the society.     Expansion of Katipunan      The distribution of 'Kalayaan' directly influenced the thingking and feeling of the masses in Central Luzon. Jacinto and Bonifacio's...
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  • 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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  • hello,morning
    Pass, to enable Aguinaldo to escape from the Americans. One of the youngest and bravest generals ever produced by the Philippines. Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo (1899-1964) He officially proclaimed the Philippine independence in Malolos, Bulacan, on January 23,...
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  • Apolinario Mabini: the First Secretary of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of the Philippines
    THE REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES [pic] The Department of Foreign Affairs was created on June 23, 1898 through a decree of Emilio Aguinaldo, who appointed Apolinario Mabinias the Philippines’s first Secretary of Foreign Affairs. In effect, the DFA became the first government department...
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  • Favorites
    the Katipunan prepared for revolution. Emilio Jacinto, Bonifacio’s trusted friend and adviser, wrote the Cartilla or primer, which embodied the teachings of the organization. The Katipunan operated a clandestine printing press and published a newspaper, Kalayaan. By 1896, on the eve of the revolution...
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  • Haha
    triumphant to become the first king of the Balagtasan. Jose Corazon de Jesus was the finest master of the genre. He was later followed by balagtasistas, Emilio Mar Antonio and Crescenciano Marquez, who also became King of the Balagtasan in their own time.        As Huseng Batute, de Jesus also produced the...
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  • pio 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 also suggested...
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  • Philippine Literature
    papers of the time include Kalayaan, La Libertad, La Independenda, La Republica Filipinas, La Revolucion, El Renacimiento, and La Vanguardia. Most revolutionary papers were published outside the country either in Madrid or Barcelona due to Spanish censorship Ang kalayaan(1896) - was the official newspaper...
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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 Jackhammer
    Si Emilio Aguinaldo y Famy[1] (Marso 22, 1869–Pebrero 6, 1964) ay isang Pilipinong heneral, pulitiko at pinuno ng kalayaan, ay ang unang Pangulo ng Republika ng Pilipinas(Enero 20, 1899–Abril 1, 1901). Isa siyang bayaning nakibaka para sa kasarinlan ng Pilipinas. Pinamunuan niya ang isang bigong pag-aalsa...
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  • Everywhere
    lines of the poem, a very noticeable detail which alerted historians is the mentioning of a word which Rizal had questioned when he was 29 years old: "KALAYAAN" (with an extreme emphasis). On October 31, 1890, the La Solidaridad, the Filipino newspaper in Europe, published Rizal’s essay El amor patrio...
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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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  • 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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  • Phillipine Literary Periods
    Filipinos the Spanish language. a. Pasyon – long narrative poem about the passion and death of Christ. The most popular was “Ang Mahal na Passion ni Jesu Cristong Panignoon Natin” by Aguino de Belen b. Senakulo – dramatization of the pasyon, it shows the passion and death of Christ ...
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