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Silang and Palaris Revolt

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on 9 October 2013

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Transcript of Silang and Palaris Revolt

Chapter 7
Silang and Palaris Revolt
Final Destination
Causes of Revolt
Diego Silang
one of the greatest hero in Ilocos
Juan de la Cruz Palaris
his revolt lasted for two years in Pangasinan
The people's desire to regain their lost freedom and hppiness
Hated tribute
Forced labor
Religious persecution
husband of Gabriela Silang
conspired with British forces to overthrow Spanish rule in the northern Philippines and establish an independent Ilocano nation
Seven Years' War
Pangasinense leader
rebelled against Spanish imposition of the tribute
BASCO'S ECONOMIC PLANS
JOSE BASCO - most economic minded governor general ;
imposed:
ECONOMIC SOCIETY OF FRIENDS OF THE COUNTRY
TOBACCO MONOPOLY
ROYAL COMPANY
GUNPOWDER MONOPOLY
Jose Basco Y Vargas
an officer of the navy
made the colony independent
conquered Batanes
improved the economy
Cavite Mutiny
- led by Fernando La Madrid
- because of forced labor
- Filipino soldiers were disarmed; some are banished to Guam and some were executed;
- GOMBURZA were suspected in supporting the mutineers and later on executed
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GOMBURZA
three Filipino priests who were executed on 1872 on charges of subversion arising from the Cavite Mutiny
sentenced to death by means of garrote
strong advocates of freedom and Filipino rights
Laissez-Faire and The Opening of Ports
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