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THE BEGINNINGS OF FILIPINO NATIONALISM (mid 1700s - 1900s)

Group report on History
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Jasper Arcalas

on 10 September 2012

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Transcript of THE BEGINNINGS OF FILIPINO NATIONALISM (mid 1700s - 1900s)

a group 4 presentation The Beginnings of
Filipino nationalism. Jasper Arcalas Opening of the Suez Canal 1869 Creoles: Varela and Novales Effects: Changes in the
administration Shorter distance Influx of books and
periodicals Filipino travel
to Europe short route John Deewee Bunag The Cavite Mutiny Jesy Gacot The Rise of the "FILIPINO"
Middle Class Liberalism in
the Philippines 1868 revolution in Spain Advocates freedom
and liberties Jan. 20, 1872 Gov. Gen. de Izquierdo Indios, Mestizos,
Criollos La Madrid Spanish order to arrest
of the Filipino and Mestizo They were sentenced
to be banished to Guam The Execution of
GomBurZa Fort
Santiago January Mutiny "Rebellion" Feb. 17, 1872 Zamora Importance of the execution El Filibusterismo (The Rebel) Elle Brion Return of Autocracy What is Autocracy? one who rules by himself (cc) photo by medhead on Flickr Rafael de Izquierdo with a cross in one hand
and a sword in the other reversed the reforms of De la Torre Three (cc) photo by medhead on Flickr Gov. De La Torre End of republic of Spain The Campaign for
Secularization 2 classes of Priest hood: Regular belonged to relgious
orders Secular Not part of any
religious orders Friar Curates Led to a controversy between
the regulars and seculars Secularization Filipinization Father Pedro Pablo Pelaez Father Jose A. Burgos GROUP 4 HISTORY Andre' Josef Carabeo Jasper Arcalas Christel Coronado Christelle Brion Jesy Ann Gacot John Deewee Bunag Presented to: BSPT 1-1 Mr. Carmelo Rico Bihasa A presentation by: Gov. General
Carlos Maria de la Torre Lives simply and
avoids luxury De la Torre's
administration: Abolished the censorship
of the press Abolished the flogging
as a punishment Solved the agrarian
unrest in Cavite against Queen Isabel II fled to France Birth of the Republic of Spain 1868-1870 Developments in trades 1. Spanish Mestizos 2. Chinese Mestizos 3. Rise Middle class - Inquilinos -Ilustrados FILIPINO: -Insulares -Espanoles/Peninsulares Status in Life: -Middle Class -Indios in the lower class 2 important events: -1838 (Tagalog publication of Florante at Laura) -1841 (Revolt) Francisco Baltazar Balagtas Apolinario de la Cruz Hermano Pule Colleges and Universities Education Spaniards Mestizos San Juan
de Letran San Jose San Felipe University of
Sto. Tomas Women College of
Santa Potenciana Santa Rosa College Santa Isabel College 2nd Half of the 19th Century Result Good no. of Professionals Ilustrados asked
reforms Pushed the idea of
Indios as Filipino King of
the Tagalogs
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