2012-0913 - History 1 - Final Project Narration

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Pre-Spanish and Spanish era barangay narration

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History 1 Final Project:

History 1 Final Project Narrative of a Filipino Barangay During the Pre-Spanish and Spanish Period By Paul T. Leonardo

The Philippine Islands:

The Philippine Islands

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The destination of the 10 datus who escaped from Borneo due to the rapacity of Datu Makatunaw.

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They traveled by means of Balangay Boats…..

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Upon their arrival to the islands they began the establishment of small communities called Barangays .

Establishing the Barangays :

Establishing the Barangays The first thing they did was sought a peaceful alliance with the Aetas, who were originally already present in the islands, after which the datus began purchasing land from them…

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…and having done so the Aetas chose to retreat to the forested areas and the formal settling by the new inhabitants to this islands began.

The Typical Layout of a Barangay:

The Typical Layout of a Barangay The houses where constructed and arranged according to which part of the class the inhabitants belonged to. There about 50 t0 100 families in a barangay.

They also had an alphabet and writing system:

They also had an alphabet and writing system The “Baybayin” as it was commonly known has already been in use even before our Malay ancestors left for the Philippine islands .

Typical Houses in a Barangay :

Typical Houses in a Barangay Some examples of a how a “Nipa Hut” or “Bahay-Kubo” looks like and this mode of construction can be traced back from the early barangay settlements of our Malay ancestors…

The Datus Inter-Marriage only within the Nobility:

The Datus Inter-Marriage only within the Nobility To preserve the bloodline they only married among their kind through seeking high ranking brides from other barangays, abducting them or by contracting bride prices.

There were also social classes in the society of a barangay:

There were also social classes in the society of a barangay There was the Datu or chieftain and the Maharlikas or the Nobility…. …the Timawa or the commoners… …and the Alipin or slave.

Pretty soon they began trading from other people of distant lands :

Pretty soon they began trading from other people of distant lands Trading with a Chinese merchant. They traded with gold, silver, pearls and other ornaments for silk & porcelain. They also traded with Arabs, Japanese, Siam (Thai), Indians and later from a Portuguese.

The arrival of the Spaniards:

The arrival of the Spaniards

Trading at First :

Trading at First The first contact made by Europeans with the early Filipinos was from a Portuguese which eventually became known to Spain after several years.

The Start of Spanish Colonization:

The Start of Spanish Colonization Then came the first fleet of ships from Spain.

… and on 1521, on board from among those ships was Ferdinand Magellan :

… and on 1521, on board from among those ships was Ferdinand Magellan

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As spreading of Catholicism was their primary intention in colonizing the islands. They conducted their first mass in Homohon Island of Eastern Samar.

But then also came the subjugation of the inhabitants… :

But then also came the subjugation of the inhabitants… ….and since the refusal of Datu Lapu-Lapu to be coverted to Christianity, a battle at Mactan unsued thus meted Magellan fate to die in the hands of the datu’s warriors.

Then came Miguel Lopez de Legazpi:

Then came Miguel Lopez de Legazpi He landed in the Island of Cebu in 1565 but the Cebuanos didn’t hide their hostility and so they sailed to Bohol were Datu Sikatuna welcomed him and even made a blood compact with Legazpi

…As all these develop one island after another was subsequently colonized by Spain. :

… As all these develop one island after another was subsequently colonized by Spain. City walls were erected and soon a city was made with its own churches and dwellings for its new occupiers and its native Inhabitants though some were made to live outside the city walls.

…as two centuries of colonization progressed… :

…as two centuries of colonization progressed… …barangays were soon pulled in together to form towns and from the datu who are cheiftains of the town soon became Cabeza de Barangay who governed that particular district.

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Town aristocracy was ever present and maintained in every barangay which can be traced back to the pre Spanish period. They were from the noble lines of the Datu era and only they have the privilege of holding public office, to vote or to be addresed as Don or Doña..

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…and the “Principalia” or noble class was practiced. They were the ruling class, educated and has an hereditary right going back to the ancient Filipino datus. They were exempted from tributes and forced labor. They were the Gobernadorcillo or town mayor and the Cabezas de Barangay or Chiefs of the Barangay……

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…and so having these privileges be abused by the upper class and deny the Filipino commoner the equal opportunity to grow and flourish that these resentments soon brewed up and were manifested greatly through uprisings and revolts which soon sprung up to the entire archipelago.

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