A History of the Philippines
Briefly describes the human history and culture of the Philippines, focusing on three Filipino cultural communities--the Moros, the Indios, and the Infieles--and examining how these groups reflect the country's history and development.
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Evolution of the Land 1002 Million Years
The Cultural Breakthroughs 250000 BC200 AD
Patterns of Ethnicization 500 BC1280 AD
The Rise of Communities 12801663 AD
Colonialism and Traditions 15211898
Imperialism and Filipinism 18981946
Neocolonialism and Nationalism 19461972
Democracy on Trial 19721986
Democracy at Work 19921997
administration agreement American rule ancient areas Asian Basilan became bureaucracy called century Chinese Christian colonial aims Consequently constitutional Cotabato cultural communities datu datuship economic effect elite emerged encomienda established ethnolinguistic groups exploitation exports factors Filipino culture Filipino Muslims foreign forms Gregorio Honasan Igorot independence indigenous Indios Infieles influence institutions Islam islands Ivatan Jose Lanao land leaders leadership literature lowland Maguindanao Malacaņang Palace Manila Maranao Marcos Metal Age military Mindanao Moro movement nationalist native nature neocolonial Neolithic non-Christian Northern Luzon oppositionists Palawan Paleolithic parity rights patterns percent period Philippine culture Philippine history political postwar precolonial President presidential Quezon Rajah Ramos relations religious represented response rituals sarsilas social sociocultural Southeast Asia Spanish Spanish colonial Spanish rule structure struggle Subanun sultanate Sulu Sulu archipelago Tagalog Tausug Tawi-Tawi throughout the archipelago trade traditions United unity upland societies Visayas Zambales Zamboanga