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Region i report

  1. 1. Reporters: Adamos, Lubiano, and Atienza
  2. 2.  Region I referred to as the Ilocos Region mainly because it is home to a majority of Ilokanos and the seat of the Ilokano culture, heritage and language.  There are two distinct versions as to were the word “Ilocos” originated. In Isabelo de los Reyes ‘Historia de Ilocos’ (1885), he said that it evolved from the word “ilog” (river).  Ilocos means “people in the river”, very much like the Tagalog’s “taga-ilog” which referred to the early settler’s living along
  3. 3. • Among the highest mountains in the region are: Mount Sicapoo (2,360m), Mount Malaya (2,352m), and Mount burnay (2, 115m). • Total land area of Region I: 13,013 square kilometers. • Several offshore Islands belong to the region, the largest of which are Anda and Santiago, including renowned cluster of Islands and islets known as Hundred Islands.
  4. 4.  Several modern presidents of the Republic of the Philippines hailed from the Region: Elpidio Quirino, Ferdinand Marcos, and Fidel V. Ramos.  Before the formation of the Cordillera Administrative Region, Region 1 also included the provinces of Abra, Mountain Province, and Benguet. Before Region 1 was modified by Ferdinand Marcos, Pangasinan was not part of the region
  5. 5. • The dialect or language that is use in this region are Ilocano and Pangasinense. • Tagalog and English are the medium of instruction in schools. • Ilocano is widely used by the majority people while Pangasinense is spoken in the central towns of Pangasinan.
  6. 6. • Ilocano • Pangasinan • Bolinao • Tagalog • English
  7. 7. Population (2007) • Total 4,545,906 • Density 348.2/km2 (901.9/sq mi )
  8. 8. • Located in the northwest of Luzon. • It Administrative Region and Cagayan Valley borders to the east the regions of the Cordillera and to the south the region of Central Luzon. • To the west north is the South China Sea, otherwise known as the West Philippine Sea. • Region I occupies the narrow plain between the Cordillera Central mountain
  9. 9. • Occupies the northern portion of the Central Luzon plain, to the north-east of the Zambales Mountains. • Lingayen Gulf is the most notable body of water in the region and it contains a number of islands, including the Hundred Islands National Park. • To the north of the region is Luzon Strait. • The Agno river runs through Pangasinan and empties into the Lingayen Gulf. The river flow into a broad delta in the vicinity
  10. 10. - Aboriginal tribes (22,000 years ago) - Malays (Christian era – 13th century) - Engaged trade with Japanese, Chinese and Arabs (around 13th century) Emperor Yung Lo, of Ming Dynasty (A.D. 1402- 1424) - Puerto de Japon
  11. 11. - Martin de Golti (1571) - Juan Salcedo (1572) - Villa Fernandina (3rd of the earliest Spanish settlements to be named cities after Cebu and Manila) - Provincia de Ilocos - Miguel Lopez de Legaspi
  12. 12. - Pangasinan was created a province (1580) - Founded the town of Bacnotan (1590) Dagupan (1720)
  13. 13. - Magsingal (1676) - Santa (1713) - Lapog(now San Juan) and Cabugao (1722) - Sto. Domingo (1742) - Sta. Maria (1760) - San Ildefonso (1769) - Sta. Catalina and San Vicente (1795) - and Caoayan (1825)
  14. 14. - Dingras Revolt (1587) - Mallong Rebellion (1660) - Pedro Almazon Revolt (1661) - Diego Silang Rebellion (1762-63) - Juan de la Cruz Palaris Revolt (1762) - Laoag Uprising (1782) - Basi or Ambaristo Revolt (1807) - and many others
  15. 15. ILOCOS Ilocos Norte Ilocos Sur - Abra - Northern part of La Union - Lepanto in the old Mt. Province
  16. 16. - ABRA was detached from Ilocos Sur with LEPANTO as its subprovince.
  17. 17. - Northern coastal towns from Agoo to Bacnotan were severed from Pangasinan and merged with the southern part of Ilocos Sur TO FORM the present province of LA UNION.
  18. 18. - Pangasinan’s territory was further reduced when three of its southern towns were carved out to form part of the new province of Tarlac
  19. 19. - A group of rebels led by Frederico Isabela Abaya (Kapitan Belong) seized the town of Candon, Ilocos Norte and revolted against Spanish rule. = “IKKIS TI CANDON” (Cry of Candon)
  20. 20. Gregorio del Pilar Tirad Pass - American civil government was established in the region
  21. 21. - Aguinaldo transferred the seat Philippine First Republic to various provinces in Central Luzon and finally to Bayambang, Pangasinan where he disbands his army and organized guerilla units to escape pursuing Americans.
  22. 22. American Liberation Forces also landed on Lingayen Gulf.
  23. 23. - The Ilocos provinces were organized as such by the virtue of Act 2711 - Ilocos region thrown to historical limelight when the Japanese landed at Lingayen Gulf on December 21, 1941.
  24. 24. Ilocos Region was officially established under PD No. 742 or the Recognition Plan with the province of Abra, Benguet and Mt. Province including its territories. However, with the creation of autonomous region of Cordilleras through RA 6766 and a plebiscite on January 30, 1990, the said provinces were severed from Region I, leaving it with the present four provinces which comprise its territory.
  25. 25. LAND AREA (sq.km.) 13,013
  26. 26. DEMOGRAPHY Population (2008): 4,974,000 Population density/sq. km.: 1.10% Male Population: 2,498, 200 Female Population: 2,475,800 Female-Male Ratio: 1: 1.009 No. of Families(2006): 947
  27. 27. LOCAL GOVERNMENT No. of Cities: 9 No. of Municipalities: 116 No. of Brgys.: 3,265 No. of Provinces: 4
  28. 28. EDUCATION (SY 2006- 2007) Literacy (In percent): Male: 88.1 Female: 89.2 No. of Schools: Elementary: 2,453 Secondary: 450
  29. 29. No. of Teachers: Elementary: 21,078 Secondary: 8,573 Enrolment: Elementary: 607,670 Secondary: 294, 960 Teacher-student ratio: Elementary: 1:29 Secondary: 1:34
  30. 30. Farming Fishing
  31. 31. •Pangasinan alone produces more than a half of Region 1’s rice output . •Ilocos Region is basically a tobacco country. Ilocos Sur has the largest area in region and perhaps in the country for tobacco production .•The region also yield a sizeable amount of corn, garlic, sugarcane, cotton, cassava, onion, vegetables and fruits, such as grapes which are extensively grown in Bauang, La Union.
  32. 32. •Pangasinan has the largest volume of fish catch in the region and has extensive fishponds near its coasts for bangus, prawn and oyster cultivation. It is also known for its salt-making, bagoong (fish salt) and shrimp paste industry. •Cottage Industries abound in the region and become an income –generating enterprise for families. •The vast Lingayen Gulf is a rich fishing grounds especially for La Union and Pangasinan.
  33. 33. •Most notable of these is the region’s cotton cloth- weaving industry , known traditionally as “Abel Iloko”.
  34. 34. •Basi-making industry which is derived from fermented sugar cane juice.
  35. 35. •Tourism is fast catching up as a source of livelihood due to the region’s fine beaches, scenic mountain and sea vistas and historical landmarks which dotted its landscape. Paoay Church Paoay, Ilocos Norte
  36. 36. Mount Balungao Balungao, Pangasinan Kapurpurawan Rock FormationBurgos, Ilocos Norte
  37. 37. Juan Luna Shrine Badoc, Ilocos Norte Sinking Bell Tower Laoag City

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