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My report on the American Occupation in the Philippines and the Malolos Constitution. It was report during the Philippine History subject.

My report on the American Occupation in the Philippines and the Malolos Constitution. It was report during the Philippine History subject.

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  • Things that happened before the Malolos Republic© lightning bugs 2011
  • • Spanish-American War (in support for the Cuban revolution) • Battle of Manila Bay (Battle of the Spanish and the Americans wherein the Americans won) • Return of Aguinaldo (Aguinaldo left Hong Kong after the battle of Manila Bay and returned to the Philippines© lightning bugs 2011
  • • Declaration of the Philippine Independence at Kawit, Cavite (June 12, 1898)© lightning bugs 2011
  • • Philippine Flag© lightning bugs 2011
  • • Sewn by Marcella Agoncillo© lightning bugs 2011
  • • Treaty of Paris (ended the Spanish regime in the Philippines and started the American regime)© lightning bugs 2011
  • The Malolos Republic© lightning bugs 2011
  • • Eighty-five Filipinos met in a revolutionary congress at Barasoain Church, starting Sept. 15, 1898© lightning bugs 2011
  • • The Malolos Congress approved the independence of the Philippines. • Started the making of a new constitution for the Philippines • With the new constitution, the First Philippine Republic was established. • The constitution of the First Philippine Republic was called “Malolos Constitution” because it was written in Malolos, Bulacan© lightning bugs 2011
  • • Its real author was Felipe G. Calderon, a famous Filipino lawyer.© lightning bugs 2011
  • • It was approved by the Malolos congress on November 29, 1898 and proclaimed by General Aguinaldo on January 21, 1898© lightning bugs 2011
  • • On January 23, 1899, the First Philippine Republic was inaugurated Barasoain Church, Malolos, Bulacan • A solemn and happy time. • Filipinos want to show to the world that they had their own government at last.© lightning bugs 2011
  • • They wore their best costumes© lightning bugs 2011
  • • Aguinaldo was sworn the president of the First Republic at the church altar. • There were parades, bands, fiestas, and parties© lightning bugs 2011
  • • Official Newspaper – El Heraldo de la Revolution© lightning bugs 2011
  • • Independent Newspaper – La Independencia ran by Antonio Luna© lightning bugs 2011
  • • First Filipino diplomat who was sent abroad to work for recognition of Philippine Independence – Felipe Agoncillo© lightning bugs 2011
  • Failure of the First Philippine Republic© lightning bugs 2011
  • • The Republic lived only for two years (January 23, 1899-March 23, 1901) • Ended when Aguinaldo was captured by the Americans© lightning bugs 2011
  • End of Part 2© lightning bugs 2011