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CAGAYAN DE ORO
CAGAYAN DE ORO
Roque P. Hofileña Jr.
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Hofileña: American colonial government (1st of 3 Parts)
THE period from 1901 to 1909 had resulted in continued cooperation of the Filipino upper class (illustrados) with American interests and the familiarization between the elite and the ruling power with the newly arrived American colonial forces. This situation, unfortunately, ...
From 6 days ago
Hofileña: Anti-American resistance in Negros (Part 2)
DESPITE the various disagreements among Negrense officials and American colonial authorities, the American officials in Negros still indicated the Negrense cooperation to their occupation in Negros. Consequently, US President William McKinley, in his message to the US Second Philippine Commission ...
From 13 days ago
Hofileña: American arrival and Negrense resistance (Part 1)
THE historic arrival of American colonial forces in the Philippines was first indicated when news reached Bacolod about the forcible entry of US Com. James Smith following the earlier occupation of Iloilo City by the Americans on February 11, 1899.Following ...
From 20 days ago
Hofileña: The Cantonal revolutionary government of Negros
THE very next day after the surrender of the Spanish forces in Bacolod on November 6, 1898, the Negrenses started consolidating their hold over the Island by creating a political organization relevant to their interests. They convened their first Assembly ...
From 27 days ago
Hofileña: Final confrontation and victory (Third of Three Parts)
THE final confrontation of the historic Negrense uprising against Spain was not marked by prolonged conflict in this victorious battle of the Negrenses against Spain. In this conflict, we highlighted the Negrense rejection of the oppressive Spanish colonial system. We ...
From 34 days ago
Hofileña: Prelude to the Negrense uprising against Spain ( Second of three parts)
IN THIS brief overview of the historic 1898 Negrense uprising against the Spanish colonial rule, we recall this event following the Katipunan revolt in the 1890s in Luzon. In this second part of our recollection, we briefly noted the beginnings ...
From 41 days ago
Hofileña: Negrense uprising against Spain (First of three parts)
WHAT were the causes of the Negrense uprising against the Spanish rule toward the 1890s? The Negrense reaction to the Spanish colonial system clearly showed two major levels of motivations. At this time, for the Negrense ilustrados, it was mainly ...
From 48 days ago
Hofileña: Historic political division of Negros
IN JULY 1876, the first recommendation for the historic political division of Negros Occidental and Negros Oriental was made. Moved by humanitarian reasons, various groups led by 13 parish priests from different towns in Negros addressed a petition to the ...
From 55 days ago
Hofileña: Historic establishment of haciendas in Negros
THE historic entry of many enterprising groups in Negros stimulated the growth of many towns and the subsequent appearance of large agricultural fields known as haciendas, which developed apart from encomiendas following various migrations, particularly during three different periods and ...
From 62 days ago
Hofileña: More notable historical events in Negros
BY THE 1800s, more notable historical events had transpired in Negros especially with the efforts of the Christian missionaries and cooperation of natives in bringing about social and technological changes. Other welcome events included the transfer of Negros Capital to ...
From 69 days ago