Historical Dictionary of the Philippines

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Scarecrow Press, 2012 - History - 621 pages
Contains more than four hundred entries on important people, places, events, and institutions. An introduction with a detialed chronology describes the surrent situation in the region, while a comprehensive bibliography provides additional sources, This book is an excellent resource for students, researchers, and anyone wanting to know more about the Philippines -- BACK COVER.
 

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On page 388, this line in paragraph 2: “SAMAR, NORTHERN . The smallest of the three Samar provinces, Northern Samar was created on 9 June 1995 by virtue of Republic Act 4221.” is quite misleading. While Northern Samar was indeed created through Republic Act 4221, authored by then Congressman Eladio T. Balite, reliable and verifiable records show that said act was approved on June 19, 1965, on which date the division of Samar into three provinces came into effect. In fact, the Province of Northern Samar is preparing for her 50th Founding Anniversary Celebrations on June 19, 2015. 

Contents

Introduction
1
A
17
B
53
C
91
D
127
E
143
F
157
G
173
P
323
Q
361
R
365
S
383
T
423
U
447
V
455
W
465

H
185
I
195
J
209
K
219
L
233
M
257
N
299
O
315
X
471
Y
473
Z
477
Appendix
483
Bibliography
493
About the Author
621
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Artemio R. Guillermo, a Filipino-American, is a retired communications professor, Fulbright scholar, and principal author of the second edition of the Historical Dictionary of the Philippines.

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