The revolts against Spain

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The revolts against Spain

  1. 1. LESSON 16THE REVOLT AGAINST SPAIN
  2. 2. How many years did Spain ruled over the Philippines?•333 YEARS
  3. 3. What were the causes of the Revolts?• RELIGION: ANIMISM• RESTORATION OF STATURES• POLICIES: POLO BANDALA TRIBUTO MONOPOLY• DESIRE FOR LAND• PERSONAL GRIEVANCES
  4. 4. THE LOSS OF POLITICAL POWERThe 1st revolts were led by former Datus In 1574 – Lakandula and Soliman WHY DID THEY REVOLTED? WHAT HAPPENED IN 1587-1588 WHO IS PEDRO LADIA?
  5. 5. RETURN TO THE OLD RELIGIONWho were the people who encouraged people to return to the old religion. WHO IS TAMBLOT WHO IS BANKAW WHO IS CAQUENGA
  6. 6. REJECTION OF FILIPINOS FOR PRIESTHOODWHAT IS THE NAME OF THE NATIVEFROM LUKBAN WHO WANTED TO BE A PRIEST? Apolinario de la Cruz A.K.A HERMANO PULE In 1832 he founded the: COFRADIA DE SAN JOSE
  7. 7. ABUSIVE ECONOMIC POLICYREVOLTS AGAINST TAX OR TRIBUTO 1762 – Diego Silang of Ilocos, after his death it was continued by his wife Gabriela. 1762 – Juan de la Cruz of Pangasinan. Joaquin Gamboa 1589 – The people of Cagayan killed 2 encomenderos: MARTIN DE BARRIOS and LUIS ENRIQUEZ
  8. 8. ABUSIVE ECONOMIC POLICYREVOLTS AGAINST POLO or FORCED LABOR 1660 – Francisco Maniago of Pampanga 1649 – Juan Sumuroy of Samar 1649 – Andres Malong, KING of Pangasinan invited Ilocos and Cagayan to join the revolt. Pedro Almazan, KING of Ilocos joined the revolt and attacked Churches and ordered 1 Augustinian friar killed.
  9. 9. ABUSIVE ECONOMIC POLICYREVOLTS AGAINST IMPOSITION OF MONOPOLIES1785 – Lagutao of Kalinga (The Savior)1788 – Antonio de la Cruz “GUASING” ofIlocos1807 – Pedro Mateo and Ambarsito.
  10. 10. ABUSIVE ECONOMIC POLICY LAND GRABBING and REVOLT OF THE PEASANTSWHY DID THE NATIVES REVOLTED?Lands were confiscatedProhibition of cutting of timber forpersonal use1745 – The people of Batangas1745 – Cavite and Bulacan1822 - Cavite
  11. 11. WHAT AGAIN ARE THE CAUSES OF THE REVOLTS?TAX or TRIBUTOPOLO or FORCED LABORIMPOSITION of MONOPOLIESLAND GRABBING
  12. 12. FAILURE OF THE REVOLTSDIVIDE-AND-RULE STRATEGYNEGOTIATION and ROLE OF FRIARSBETRAYAL
  13. 13. SIGNIFICANCE OF THE REVOLTWhat for you is the significance of therevolts?Should the Filipinos be blamed for theirlack of unity?

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