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Contents

Prehistoric Philippines

  • Theories on the Philippine Origin
    • Asiatic Theory
    • Pacific Theory
    • Plate Tectonic Theory
  • Theories of the Origin of the Philippine Population
    • Waves Migration Theory
    • Austronesian Migration Theory
  • Prehistoric Relics and Artifacts
    • Cagayan Man (Homo erectus philippinensis)
    • Tabon Man
    • Tabon Caves
    • Laguna Copperplate
    • Manunggul Jar
    • Duyong Cave
    • Maitum Cave
    • Land Bridges

Historic Sites

  • Corregidor
  • Dilao
  • EDSA Shrine
  • Fort Santiago
  • Intramuros
  • Rizal Shrine
  • Malacanang Palace
  • Vigan

Social Organizations

  • Precolonial Class System
    • Maginoo/Datu
    • Maharlika
    • Timawa
    • Alipin/Oripun
  • Spanish Colonial Class System
    • Principalia/Principales
    • Spanish
      • Peninsulares
      • Insulares
    • Mestizos
      • Chinese Mestizo
      • Spanish Mestizo
    • Indio
      • Ladrones Monteses
      • Remontados
      • Vagamundos
      • Kasama
      • Polista
      • Tributante
    • Chinese
      • Infieles/Sangleys
  • American Colonial Class System
    • Filipino Elite
    • Masses/Kasama

Foreign Contact

  • Indian Influence
    • Culture
    • Language
    • Trade and Commerce
  • Early Ties with China
    • Tributary Missions
      • Butuan
      • Manila
      • Sulu
    • Chinese Accounts on the Philippines
      • Chao Ju Kua
      • Wang Ta-Yuan
    • Chinese Influences
      • Cuisine
      • Language
      • Customs and Traditions
      • Religion (Buddhism)
    • Chinese Community
      • Parian
      • Pariancillo
    • Chinese Revolts
    • Chinese Pirates
      • Limahong
  • British
    • British Occupation of the Philippines
  • Early Contacts with Southeast Asia
    • Indonesia
    • Malaysia
    • Brunei
    • Vietnam
  • Twentieth Century Foreign Relations
    • Bilateral Ties
      • Philippine-U.S. Relations
      • Phiippine-Japan Relations
      • Philippine-China Relations
      • Others
    • Multilateral Ties
      • United Nations
      • ASEAN
      • APEC
      • BIMP-EAGA

Political Order

  • Precolonial Political Order
    • Banua
    • Ili/Ilihan
    • Bayan
  • Precolonial Government
    • Barangay
    • Kaharian
    • Karahaan
    • Sultanato
  • Spanish Colonial Administration
    • Governor and Captain General
      • List of Spanish Governor Generals
    • Royal Audiencia
    • Alcaldia
      • Alcalde Mayor
    • Corregimientos
      • Corregidor
    • Municipal
      • Gobernadorcillo
    • Village
      • Cabeza de Barangay
    • Check and Balance of Officials
      • Residencia
      • Visita
  • American Colonial Administration
    • Military Government
    • Civil Government
      • Schurman Commission
      • Taft Commission
    • American Policies
      • Benevolent Assimilation
      • Political Cooptation
      • Exile of Irreconcilables
      • Ban on Nationalist Political Parties
      • Reconcentration Act
      • Brigandage Act
      • Flag Law
      • Sedition Law
      • Health and Sanitation Policies
    • Colonial Laws
      • Philippine Bill of 1902
      • Payne-Aldrich Act
      • Underwood-Simons Act
      • Jones Law
      • Hare-Hawes-Cutting Law
      • Tydings-McDuffie Law
    • List of American Governor Generals
    • Filipino Political Leaders
    • Political Parties
      • Federal Party
      • Partido Immediatista
      • Partido Urgentista
      • Partido Nacionalista
      • Partido Democrata
  • Commonwealth Government
    • 1935 Constitution
    • Policies
      • Social Justice System
  • Japanese Occupation
    • "Puppet" Government
    • List of Japanese Military Administrators
    • Filipino "Collaborators"

Religion/Belief System

  • Precolonial Belief System
    • Animism/Anito Worship/Spirit Worship
    • Priests/Priestesses
      • Babaylan/Katalonan
      • Asog/Bayoguin
  • Introduction of Islam
    • Tuan Masha'ika
    • Tuan Maqbalu
    • Karim ul-Makdum
    • Abu Bakr
    • Rajah Baguinda
    • Shariff Kabungsuan
  • Islamic Sultanates
    • Sulu
    • Maguindanao
    • Buayan
    • Maranao
      • Mindanao Sultans
  • Introduction of Christianity
    • Religious Orders
      • Dominicans
      • Augustinians
      • Jesuits
      • Franciscans
      • Recollects
    • Spanish Archbishops
    • Colonial Cities and Bishoprics
      • Nueva Caceres
      • Nueva Segovia
  • Religious Uprisings and Messianic Movements
    • Bankaw
    • Tamblot
    • Tapar
    • Apolinario dela Cruz/Hermano Pule

Agricultural/Land Policy

  • Land Arrangements
    • Friar Lands/Estates
    • Hacienda
    • Estancia
  • Landscape Changes
    • Reduccion
    • Plaza Complex
    • Homestead

Economic Conditions

  • Trade Routes
    • Northern Trade Route
    • Central Trade Route
    • Southern Trade Route
  • Precolonial Economic Relations
    • Lowland-Upland Trade Relations
    • Philippine-Chinese Relations
    • Philippine-Japanese Relations
    • Philippine-Southeast Asia Relations
  • Spanish Colonial Economic Impositions and Conditions
    • Taxation
      • Tribute
      • Monopoly
      • Special Taxes
      • Tax Exemption
    • Encomienda
      • Royal Crown
      • Private
    • Vandala
    • Polo y Servicios
  • Plural Economy
    • Chinese Economy
      • Merchants
      • Artisans
      • Landowners
      • Inquilinos
      • Moneylenders
    • Manila-Acapulco Galleon Trade
    • Agriculture
  • Nineteenth Century Economy
    • Cash crop economy
    • Opening of the Philippines to World Trade
  • American Economic Policies
    • Free Trade
    • Agrarian Policy
    • Internal Revenue Policy
  • Philippine Economy during the Japanese Occupation
    • Buy-and-Sell Economy
    • Mickey Mouse Money (fiat money)
  • Economic Institutions
    • Real Sociedad Economica de Amigos del Pais
    • Real Compania de Filipinas
    • Banco Español Filipino
  • Economic Architects
    • Jose Basco y Vargas
    • Nicolas Loney
    • Yves Gaston

Dawn of Philippine Nationalism

  • Factors in the Birth of Philippines Nationalism
    • Opening of the Philippines to World Trade
    • Emergence of the Middle Class
    • Entry of Liberal Ideas
      • John Locke
      • Jean Jacques Rousseau
    • Opening of the Suez Canal
    • Racial Discrimination
    • Secularization Issue
    • Cavite Mutiny of 1872
      • Gomburza Execution
  • Propaganda Movement
    • Asociación Hispano-Filipino
    • Masonry
    • Propagandistas
    • La Liga Filipina
    • Propagandista Writings

The Philippine Revolution

  • Katipunan
    • Katipuneros
    • Goals
    • Triangle Method
      • Stages/Phases of Membership
      • Kinds of Membership
      • Katipunan Code
    • Governing Bodies
      • Officials
  • Philippine-Spanish War
    • Cry of Pugadlawin
    • Major Battles
    • Los Trece Martirez de Cavite
    • Trial and Execution of Rizal
    • Katipunan Feud in Cavite
      • Magdalo
      • Magdiwang
    • Tejeros Convention
    • Naic Military Agreement
    • Trial and Execution of Bonifacio
    • Biak na Bato Constitution
    • Pact of Biak-na-Bato
    • Hongkong Junta
  • Philippine-American War
    • Battle of Manila Bay
    • Mock Battle of Manila
    • Dictatorial Government
    • Declaration of Philippine Independence
    • Malolos Congress
    • Malolos Constitution
    • Treaty of Paris of 1898
    • Outbreak of Philippine-American War
    • Major Battles
      • Battle of Manila Bay
      • Battle of Batangas
      • Battle of Quingua
    • Death of Antonio Luna
    • Apolinario Mabini as Brains of the Revolution
    • Gregorio del Pilar and the Battle of Tirad Pass
    • Balangiga Massacre
    • Macario Sakay and the Tagalog Republic
    • Last Generals to Surrender
      • Miguel Malvar
      • Simeon Ola
    • Cholera Epidemic
  • Prominent Personages
    • Emilio Aguinaldo
    • Apolinario Mabini
    • Baldomero Aguinaldo
    • Mariano Alvarez

Educational Systems

  • Precolonial (informal) education
  • System of Education in the Spanish Period
    • Language Used
    • Subjects taught
    • Courses offered
    • Laws and Decrees passed
      • Decree of 1863 - "Educational Reform"
    • Schools/Colleges/Universities established
      • Colegio de Nuestra Señora del Santisimo Rosario
      • Colegio de Santo Tomas
      • Colegio de Imaculada Concepcion
      • Colegio de San Ignacio
      • Ateneo Municipal
      • Colegio de San Juan de Letran
      • Santa Potenciana
      • Santa Isabel
      • Colegio dela Imaculada Concepcion Concordia
      • Santa Catalina
      • Santa Rosa
  • System of Education in the American Period
    • Language Used
    • Subjects taught
    • Courses offered
    • Schools/Colleges/Universities established
      • University of the Philippines (Manila)
      • Philippine Normal School
    • Laws and Decrees passed
      • Baldwin's Primer
      • Act No. 74
    • Institutions/Departments created
      • Department of Public Instruction
  • System of Education in the Japanese Period
    • Language Used
    • Subjects taught
    • Courses offered
    • Schools/Colleges/Universities established

Revolts and Social Movements

  • Native Uprisings during the Spanish Colonization
    • Causes/Reasons of Native Uprisings
      • Personal Motives
      • Religious
      • Taxation and Forced Labor
      • Land/Hacienda
    • Struggle of Igorots
  • Filipino Revolts Against Spain
    • Lakandula/Soliman
    • Dagohoy Rebellion
    • Sumuroy
    • Maniago
    • Magat Salamat
    • Almazan
    • Diego and Gabriela Silang
    • Palaris
    • Magalat
    • Malong
    • Basi Revolt
    • Agrarian Revolt
  • Spanish-Moro Wars
  • Revolts during the American Occupation
    • Tayug Uprising
    • Felipe Salvador and Santa Iglesia
    • Colorum
    • Sakdal
    • Agrarian Unrest in Central Luzon

Culture and the Arts

  • Literature
    • Precolonial Literature
      • Epic
      • Riddle
      • Proverbs
      • Folklore
      • Legends
      • Myths
    • Chinese Influences
    • Indian Influences
    • Spanish Colonial Literature
      • Comedia/Moro-moro
      • Pasyon
      • Awit at Corido
    • American Occupation Literature
      • Filipino Writers in English
      • Filipino Writers in Spanish
      • Filipino Writers in Filipino
    • Newspapers and other publications
  • Architecture
    • Precolonial Architecture
      • Bahay Kubo
    • Spanish Colonial Architecture
      • Bahay na Bato
    • Classical
    • Gothic
    • Romanesque
    • Filipino Architects
  • Performing Arts
    • Songs
    • Dances
    • Theater/Stage Plays
  • Food and Nutrition
    • New varieties of plants
    • New varieties of animals

List of Philippine Historical Personalities

Women in Philippine History

  • Precolonial Status of Women
  • Colonial Status of Women
  • Observations Toward Women
  • Views of Men over Women
  • Prominent Women during the Spanish Colonization
    • Ignacia del Espiritu Santo
    • Gabriela Silang
    • Leona Florentino
  • Prominent Women in the Propaganda Movement
    • Rosa Sevilla de Alvero
  • Prominent Women during the Philippine Revolution
    • Gregorio de Jesus
    • Josefa Rizal
    • Rosario Villaruel
    • Gregoria Montoya y Patricio
    • Agueda Kahabagan
    • Marcela Marcelo
    • Trinidad Tecson
    • Melchora Aquino
    • Eleusteria Florentino
    • Nazaria Lagos
    • Teresa Magbanua y Ferraris
    • Patrocinio Gamboa
  • Turning Points of Women
    • Feminist Movement
    • Liberal Women
    • Suffrage Movement
    • Women in Labor Unions