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From the colonial standpoint of the Spanish and Americans in the Philippines, Iligan and Marawi were intertwined. The military strategies employed by both in their attempts to subdue the Maranaos of Lake Lanao vitally need Iligan, which served as a launching pad for its military campaign. This paper will examine the historical connection between Il...
Abtract The Pat a Pengampong ko Ranao, is the Lanao confederacy consists of the principalities of Masiu, Bayabao, Baloi and Unayan, located in and around the lake region of the province. Etymologically, pengampong was derived from the Malay term, kampung which refers to a village. Mindanao historiography suggests the strong influence of the Malay W...
Iligan City, situated in the northern region of Mindanao, saw multiple political variations in terms of its status and limits since 1625 up to the postwar period. The discontinuity of colonial policies, among others, was the reason seen for these changes. Iligan started as a Spanish mission village (visita), became a military province (corregimient...
The study primarily aims to examine and present the Rizal monuments and their historical significance in Geographical Information System or GIS maps. In conducting the study, the collected and gathered data, both primary and secondary sources from the historical narratives and archived documents, were examined and analyzed thoroughly by the researc...
Material culture is a way of reflecting the past and appreciating the present. They are usually found in various forms that represent the heritage of a proud people. The kampilan is a bladed weapon of the Mëranaw that tells us how the Moros fought with valor against foreign intrusions. In time, the kampilan became a living testimony of the Mëranaws...
Abstract This research aims at collecting documents and records related to the Marawi Siege which follows the timetable from its outbreak (May 23) until the official declaration of the end of the siege (October 2017). Records such as news articles, official reports, books, videos and other various sources (electronic and print) and interviews through focus group discussion were collected and archived for long-term data usage and data management for any future scholarly pursuits. Index Terms- Marawi Siege, collection of records, archiving, data management