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LUCERO YANNAH Group-Reporting-Activity

Name: Yannah Mae S. Lucero
Year and Section : BBTLED HE 1-2
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According to Antonio
Pigafetta's chronicle, the
first mass in the
Philippines was celebrated
on March 31, 1521, during
Easter Sunday conducted
by Pedro de Valderrama.
And they offered proof to
support Francisco Albo's
claim that Limasawa was
the site of the First Mass in
the Philippines, according
to the National Historical
Institute's findings and
It is a very informative
topic because we gain
knowledge about what
really happened in the past
or we now know about the
different evidence that
claims where the first mass
really happened
The Cavite Mutiny
On January 20, 1872, in
Cavite, up to 200 Filipino
soldiers and workers in the
arsenal staged a revolt
under the leadership of
the mestizo sergeant
Ferdinand La Madrid. Due
to the payment of taxes
and the provision of polo y
servicio, or forced labor,
and when the workers
received their
wages, the tax was
deducted., it prompted
them to go on strike. The
reason the uprising failed
was because they
They misinterpreted the
signal, failing to execute
their plan as a result.
I understand that the
Filipinos in the Cavite
Mutiny were really brave
since they fought for
independence for the
Philippines while wanting
equality and achieving the
desired justice even
though it is not successful.
“Retraction of Rizal”
The Cry of Balitawak
Retraction is the
withdrawal, denial, or
rejection of anything that
has already been said or
done, or any other action
that expresses a shift in
the mindset of the one
who released or did it.
similar to how Rizal
claimed to be a Catholic
before his death and that
all of his written and
published actions were in
contrary to his character
as a member of the
Catholic Church and he
wrote it in December
It is Philippines Revelutio and
Andres Bonifacio, the head of the
Katipunan, a secret revolutionary
organization that fought for
Philippine independence after more
than 333 years of Spanish rule and
a number of Katipuneros, including
Andres Bonifacio, tore their cedulas
in protest against Spanish
colonization. Later, the revolt
gained strength and reached 8
regions, including
Manila, Bulacan, Cavite, Pampanga,
Tarlac, Laguna, Batangas, and
Nueva Ecija are among the
It is an interesting topic
because even Rizal did a
denial at first but he wrote
to give us clarifications.
It's also interesting because it is
a well-known history and it is
great since they will do anything
for the Philippines and also
amusing knowing their way on
how they want to claim the
independence of the Philippines
from Spanish Colonial rules.
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