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My powerpoint presentation about one of my favorite Filipino Hero

My powerpoint presentation about one of my favorite Filipino Hero

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    • Presentation about one of our favorite Filipino Heroes.
    • ANDRES BONIFACIO
      Ang “Ama Ng Rebolusyon”
    • Bonifacio was born to Santiago Bonifacio and Catalina de Castro in Tondo, Manila and was the eldest of six children. His father was a tailor who served as a teniente mayor (municipal official) of Tondo while his mother (a mestiza of Spanish descent) worked in a cigarette factory. He was orphaned in his late teens - his mother died of tuberculosis in 1881 and his father followed a year after. Bonifacio was forced to drop out of school and work to support his family. He worked as a mandatorio (clerk/messenger) for the English trading firm Fleming and Company, where he rose to become a corredor (agent) of tar and other goods. He later transferred to Fressell and Company, a German trading firm, where he worked as a bodeguero
      Early Years
    • Despite not finishing formal education, Bonifacio was self-educated. He read books about the French Revolution, biographies of the Presidents of the United States, the colonial penal and civil codes, and novels such as Victor Hugo's Les Misérables, Eugène Sue's Le Juif errant and José Rizal's Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo.
    • Bonifacio was married twice. His first wife was a certain Monica who died of leprosy. His second wife was Gregoria de Jesús of Caloocan, whom he married in 1893. They had one son who died in infancy.
      Andres' Family
    • Andres Bonifacio’s second wife.
      Gregoria De Jesus
    • Died in May 10, 1897 at the age of 33Maragondon, Cavite. Andres Bonifacio was killed by execution. His death was viewed as a legal death (fueled by politics) for the fact that he was accused of treason.
      Death
    • Important Information
      Born in November 30, 1863 at Tondo, Manila, Philippines.
      Died in May 10, 1897 at the age of 33 in Maragondon, Cavite.
      Named as “AmangRebolusyon” for the fact that he
      may have been the reason for the revolution to win.
      Founded the Katipunan at July 7, 1892.
    • Katipunan
    • I’d like to thank myself and Wikipedia for the information that filled up this presentation.
      I’d like to thank Yahoo and Google for the pictures and other things.
      I’d like to thank Bryan Lacanienta for helping with everything else.
      And most of all, we’d like to thank God for helping us make this presentation and making everything else possible for us.
      Credits
    • THANK YOU FOR WATCHING AND LISTENING!