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The Life of Andres Bonifacio y de Castro
(November 30, 1863 - May 10, 1897)

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Andres bonifacio

  1. 1. Andres Bonifacioy de Castro(November 30, 1863 – May 10, 1897) <br />Reported by:<br />Jhon Angelo M. San Andres<br />BSCS – 41A<br />
  2. 2. <ul><li>Who is Andres Bonifacio?</li></ul>Andres Bonifacio y de Castro was the son of Santiago Bonifacio and Catalina de Castro.<br />Birthday: November 30, 1863 – Bonifacio Day<br />Andres Bonifacio was the eldest of six children.<br />Andres Bonifacio was forced to dropped out of school to earn and support to his family.<br />
  3. 3. <ul><li>Who is Andres Bonifacio?</li></ul>Andres Bonifacio became a peddler of canes and paper fans he made himself.<br />Andres Bonifacio worked at the Fleming and Company as Corredorof tar, rattan and other goods.<br />Andres Bonifacio worked also at Fressel and Company as boduegero.<br />Andres Bonifacio was also a part-time actor who performed in moro-moro plays.<br />
  4. 4. <ul><li>Who is Andres Bonifacio?</li></ul>Andres Bonifacio was married twice.<br />1. Monica – died in leprosy<br />2. Gregoria de Jesus<br />Andres Bonifacio was also a self-educated man.<br />- French Revolution<br />- Biographies of the President of the U.S.<br />- Novels – Noli Me Tangere, El Filibusterismo, Les Misérables, Eugène Sue, Le Juif errant.<br />
  5. 5. <ul><li>Andres Bonifacio andthe Katipunan</li></ul>In 1892, Andres Bonifacio join Jose Rizal’s <br /> La Liga Filipina.<br />Andres Bonifacio, ApolinarioMabini and others revived La Liga Filipina in Rizal's absence. <br />They contributed moral and financial support to Propaganda Movement.<br />
  6. 6. <ul><li>Andres Bonifacio andthe Katipunan</li></ul>On July 7, 1892, Andres Bonifacio, along with Deodato Arellano, LadislaoDiwa, TeodoroPlata,etc.<br />Kataastaasang, Kagalanggalangang, KatipunanngmgaAnakng Bayan. (KKK)<br />This secret society aimed independence from Spain through armed revolt.<br />Andres Bonifacio use the pseudonym “MayPag-Asa”<br />
  7. 7. <ul><li>Andres Bonifacio andthe Katipunan</li></ul>The Katipunan expanded into several Provinces:Batangas, Laguna, Cavite, Bulacan, Pampanga and Nueva Ecija.<br />Most of its members called Katipuneros, came from lower and middle class.<br />Andres Bonifacio was the third head of the Katipunanafter Deodato Arellano and Roman Basa.<br />He served also as the society’s comptroller and fiscal.<br />
  8. 8. <ul><li>Andres Bonifacio andthe Katipunan</li></ul>Andres Bonifacio, Jacinto and Pio Valenzuela collaborated on the society's organ Kalayaan.<br />Bonifacio wrote several pieces for the paper, including the poem Pag-ibigsaTinubuangLupàunder the pseudonym AgapitoBagumbayan.<br />- KatapusangHibikng Filipinas<br />- TapunanngLingap<br />- Ang mgaCazadores<br />- HulingPaalam (Mi Ultimo Adios)<br />
  9. 9. <ul><li>Andres Bonifacio andthe Katipunan</li></ul>On May 3, Bonifacio held a general assembly of Katipunan leaders in Pasig where they debated when to start their revolt.<br />The event, marked by the tearing of cedulas(community tax certificates) was later called the "Cry of Balintawak" or "Cry of PugadLawin“.<br />On August 30, 1896, Bonifacio personally led an attack on San Juan del Monte to capture the town's powder magazine and water station (which supplied Manila). <br />
  10. 10. <ul><li>Andres Bonifacio:theMagdalo and the Magdiwang</li></ul>There were two Katipunan provincial chapters in Cavite that became rival factions: the Magdalo, headed by Emilio Aguinaldo's cousin Baldomero Aguinaldo, and the Magdiwang, headed by Mariano Álvarez, uncle of Bonifacio's wife.<br /> In Cavite, friction grew between Andres Bonifacioand the Magdaloleaders.<br />In his memoirs, Aguinaldo wrote that Bonifacio acted "as if he were a king”.<br />
  11. 11. <ul><li>Andres Bonifacio:theMagdalo and the Magdiwang</li></ul>On December 31, Bonifacio and the Magdalo and Magdiwang leaders held a meeting in Imus, supposedly to determine the leadership of Cavite in order to end the rivalry between the two factions. <br />The rebel leaders held another meeting in a friar estate house in Tejeros on March 22, 1897 on the pretense of more discussion between the Magdalo and Magdiwang, but really to settle the issue of leadership of the revolution.<br />
  12. 12. <ul><li>Andres Bonifacio:theMagdalo and the Magdiwang</li></ul>Andres Bonifacioreceived the second-highest number of votes for President.<br />Andres Bonifaciowas the last to be elected, as Director of the Interior. <br />As people left the room, Bonifacio declared: "I, as chairman of this assembly and as President of the Supreme Council of the Katipunan, as all of you do not deny, declare this assembly dissolved, and I annul all that has been approved and resolved."<br />
  13. 13. <ul><li>Andres Bonifacioand his death.</li></ul>A party of Aguinaldo's men led by AgapitoBonzon and José Ignacio Paua met with Bonifacio at his camp in Indang.<br />Andres Bonifacio'sparty was brought to Naik, where he and his surviving brother stood trial, accused of sedition and treason against Aguinaldo's government and conspiring to murder Aguinaldo. The jury was entirely composed of Aguinaldo's men; Bonifacio's defense lawyer himself declared Bonifacio'sguilt.<br />
  14. 14. <ul><li>Andres Bonifacioand his death.</li></ul>Andres Bonifacioand his brother were found guilty despite insufficient evidence to prove their alleged guilt and recommended to be executed.<br />The Bonifacio brothers were executed on May 10, 1897 in the mountains of Maragondon.<br />ApolinarioMabini wrote that Bonifacio's death demoralized many rebels from Manila, Laguna and Batangas who had come to help those in Cavite, and caused them to quit. In other areas, some of Bonifacio's associates like Emilio Jacinto never subjected their military commands to Aguinaldo's authority.<br />
  15. 15. <ul><li>References...</li></ul><br /><br /><br /><br />