Salient Points in Philippine History (Summary in Bullet Form)

Here are some of the salient points in the Philippine History that you need know...

Salient Points in Philippine History (Summary in Bullet Form)


Here are some of the salient points in the Philippine History:

  • The first book published in the Philippines was Doctrina Cristiana.
  • The Father of Ilocano Literature is Pedro Bukaneg.
  • The Father of Tagalog Poetry is Francisco Baltazar.
  • Lola Basyang is the pen name of Severino Reyes.
  • The first and longest running komiks series in the Philippines is Kenkoy (Liwayway Magasin,1929)
  • The Father of Pampango Literature who wrote "There is no God" is Juan Crisostomo Soto.
  • The oldest existing newspaper in the Philippines since the 1900 is Manila Bulletin.
  • The Father of Modern Tagalog Poetry is Alejandro Abadilla.
  • The work of Bonifacio which tells the history of the Philippines Ang Dapat Mabatid ng mga Tagalog.
  • He wrote the popular fable The Monkey and the Turtle - Jose Rizal
  • This is known as Andres Bonifacio's Ten Commandments of the Katipunan - The Decalogue.
  • Rizal's model for Pilosopong Tasyo was Paciano Rizal.
  • The following characters created by Rizal reflect his own personality except Simoun (El Filibusterismo)
  • The line "whoever knows not how to love his native tongue is worse than any beast or even smelly fish" To My Fellow Childred
  • Rizal's pen name - Dimasalang, Laong-Laan
  • Taga-ilog is Juan Luna's Pen name.
  • The first filipino alphabet was called Alibata
  • Baybayin - The first filipino alphabet consisted of 15 Letters
  • This is a song about love - Talindaw
  • Awit ng mga taong hindi naimbetahan sa kainan - Colado
  • He was known for his `Memoria Fotografica` - Jose Ma. Panganiban 
  • He is known as the `poet of the workers or laborers` - Amado Hernandez
  • Ilocano balagtasan is called Bukanegan
  • Visayan epic about good manners and right conduct - Maragtas
  • The father of Filipino newspaper is Pascual Poblete
  • Lupang Tinubuan is considered to be the best story written during Japanese Period. The author is Narciso Reyes
  • The original title of Ibong Adarna was Corido at Buhay na Pinagdaanan ng Tatlong Prinsipeng Anac ng Haring Fernando at Reyna Valeriana sa Caharian Berbania
  • Pan de Regla - First filipino bread
  • The Great Plebian - Andres Bonifacio
  • The Father of the Katipunan - Andres Bonifacio
  • Hero of the Tirad Pass Battle - Gregorio Del Pilar
  • President of the First Philippine Republic - General Emilio Aguinaldo
  • Brains of the Philippine Revolution - Apolinario Mabini
  • Martyred Priests in 1872 - GOMBURZA
  • Brains of the Katipunan - Emilio Jacinto
  • Co-founder of La Independencia - General Antonio Luna
  • Mother of Balintawak - Melchora Aquino
  • Greatest Filipino Orator of the Propaganda Movement - Graciano Lopez- Jaena
  • First Filipino Cannon-maker - Pandar Pira
  • Managing Editor of La Solidaridad - Mariano Ponce
  • Lakambini of Katipunan - Gregoria de Jesus
  • Poet of the Revolution - Fernando Ma. Guerrero
  • Outstanding Diplomat of the First Philippine Republic - Felipe Agoncillo
  • First University of the Philippines President - Rafael Palma
  • Greatest Filipino Painter - Juan Luna
  • Greatest Journalist of the Propaganda Movement - Marcelo H. del Pilar
  • First Filipino Poetess - Leona Florentino
  • Peace of the Revolution - Pedro Paterno
  • Founder of Philippine Socialism - Isabelo Delos Reyes 
  • Viborra - Artemio Ricarte
  • Author of the Spanish lyrics of the Philippine National Anthem - Jose Palma
  • Composer of the Philippine National Anthem - Julian Felipe
  • Chief of Tondo - Lakandola
  • The Last Rajah of Manila - Rajah Soliman
  • Fiancée of Jose Rizal - Leonor Rivera
  • Maker of the First Filipino Flag - Marcela Agoncillo
  • Co-founder of Katipunan - Galicano Apacible
  • Leader of the Ilocano Revolt - Diego Silang
  • First Filipino Hero: Lapu-Lapu
  • Leader of the Longest Revolt in Bohol - Francisco Dagohoy
  • The Man of Many Talents - Epifanio Delos Santos
  • Prince of Tagalog Poets - Francisco Baltazar
  • Visayan Joan of Arc - Teresa Magbanua
  • Mother of Biak-na-Bato - Trinidad Tecson
  • Wife of Artemio Ricarte - Agueda EstebanLeader of the Tarlac Revolt: Gen. Francisco Makabulos
  • Spaniards born in the Philippines - Insulares
  • Leader of Magdalo - Baldomero Aguinaldo 
  • Leader of Magdiwang - Mariano Alvarez
  • Founder of La Liga Filipina - Jose Rizal
  • Painter of the Spolarium - Juan Luna
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