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  • NATIVIST UPRISING
    Francisco Dagohoy
  • An Overview
    Nativist Uprising/Nativism
    Against the Spaniards
    These ‘nativistic’ heroes (Tamblot, Bankaw, Tapar, Dagohoy, Sumuray, etc) apply the Catholic belief to their revolts
    *e.g. Tapar declared himself a god
    Nativism weakened for a while, but got revived again because the church declined
    (Constantino, 1975)
  • LIFE
    Francisco Dagohoy
  • Name
    ‘DAGON SA HUYUHOY’
    Talisman of the breeze
    (Bohol Chronicle, 2006)
    Francisco Sendrijas
  • Family
    No documents carry the family roots of Dagohoy, possibly because the Spanish authorities were disinterested to record facts of someone who humiliated them
    Father: Polon/Apolonio
    Mother: Sisa or Narcisa
    Sagarino, Francisco,Maximino,Narcisa
    Francisco was born in 1724, in Cambitoon, Inabangan, Bohol
    (accdg to Sinsano, grandson of Francisco)
  • The family were devout Catholics
    The males – farming and fishing
    The females – wove blankets and mats
    Francisco was very athletic
    He married BerinjaBugsok
    Francisco was believed to have supernatural powers, to his and his followers advantage to power
  • HISTORY OF BOHOL
    Francisco Dagohoy
  • Name derived from
    ‘Bo-ol’
    A town in Tagbilaran, one of which Magellan first went to
    1595 – it became a Jesuit mission, a part of Cebu, a residencia
    1854 – it became an independent politico-military province
  • 1565 –venue of Rajah Sikatunaand Miguel Lope de Legazpi’s blood compact (in Tagbilaran)
    BOHOL – where two very significant revolts took place: Tamblot Uprising and the…
    (Boholescapade, 2011)
  • DAGOHOY REBELLION
    Francisco Dagohoy
  • It lasted 85 years, from 1744-1829
    Ignited not because of religious conflicts, but because of forced labor, Spanish oppression, bandala, excessive tax collection, and payment of tributes
    *bandala– an annual quota of products assigned to the natives for compulsory sale to the government (VUW, 2004)
    Dagohoy was triggered most because the Jesuit priest refused to give his brother a Christian burial (his brother died in service while chasing a fugitive who went against Christianity)
  • Father Gaspar Morales refused to give Sagarino the burial because dying in a duel was banned by the church.
    The signal for the rebellion was led off by the killing of Father Giuseppe Lamberti, and eventually of Father Morales
    Dagohoy started a free government in the mountains, which started with 3,000 followers and got up to 20,000
  • Headquarters: Francisco Dagohoy Cave, in the town of Danao
    It is said that in one of the passages of the cave, an underwater path led to dry land, and everytime the Spaniards came to investigate, Dagohoy would hide in the breathing space
    Twenty Spanish Governor-Generals tried to stop the rebellion, but failed
  • 1825-1827 – On General Mariano Ricafort’s order, Alcalde-Mayor Jose Lazaro Cairo with 2,200 troops invaded Bohol but failed to crush the rebellion
    1828 – Captain Manuel Sanz finally subdued the patriots and ceased the rebellion
  • LEGACY
    Francisco Dagohoy
  • Death
    He was 101 years old
    Because of Rabies
  • BOHOL PROVINCIAL FLAG
    The two bolos symbolize Tamblot’s and Dagohoy’s revolts
  • STAMPS,
    STATUES
  • (As Declared by former Pres. Carlos P. Romulo)
  • THANK YOU FOR LISTENING! 
    HIST 1 V1-6R
    Ansay, Gonzales, Magsino, Marquez, Melanio, Ona, Rizal, Sayson, Tayo
  • Bibliography
    n.a. (2008). In search of Francisco Dagohoy- The Hero. Retrieved 27 August 2011 from blogspot.com: http://franciscodagohoythehero.blogspot. com/
    n.a. (2008). Francisco Dagohoy. Retrieved 27 August 2011 from blogspot.com: http://biopinoys.blogspot.com/2008/06/fra ncisco-dagohoy.html
  • n.a. (2008). The Dagohoy Rebellion. Retrieved 27 August 2011 from watawat.net: http://www.watawat.net/pg018.html
    Ramos, John Louie. (2010). Biography: Francisco Dagohoy. Retrieved 27 August 2011 from helium.com: http://www.helium.com/items/1871986- biography-of-francisco-dagohoy
  • n.a. (2010). Kapima Political Movement. Retrieved August 26, 2011 from blogspot.com: kapimapoliticalmovement.blogspot.com/2010/06/francisco-dagohoy-and-85-years-of-bohol.html
    n.a. (2006). Francisco Dagohoy. Retrieved August 26, 2011 from bohol- philippines.com: www.bohol- philippines.com/francisco-dagohoy.html
  • Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. (2004). Philippines Timeline. Retrieved August 30, 2011 from philippines-timeline.com: philippines- timeline.com/spanish.htm
    Constantino, Renato& Constantino, Letizia. (1975). The Philippines: A Past Revisited. Tala Publishing Series.