Epifanio de los Santos: Commemorating the Filipino genius on his 150th Birth Anniversary

By Francis Kristoffer L. Pasion, Museum Researcher II   Portrait of Epifanio de los Santos by H.A. Coniconde Most of us associate the name “Epifanio de los Santos” to that main thoroughfare in Metro Manila, the Epifanio de los Santos Avenue, or EDSA. The name has effectively been overshadowed by the toxicity of the traffic continue reading : Epifanio de los Santos: Commemorating the Filipino genius on his 150th Birth Anniversary

WHEN WATER AND WINE FLOWED IN MANILA: THE INAUGURATION OF THE MANILA WATERWORKS IN 1882

WHEN WATER AND WINE FLOWED IN MANILA: THE INAUGURATION OF THE MANILA WATERWORKS IN 1882 By Jonel B. Rabusa, Shrine Curator II, NHCP – Museo El Deposito        It was the year 1882. The streets of Manila were filled with festivities. Arches were installed on the bridges of Manila to welcome guests. The continue reading : WHEN WATER AND WINE FLOWED IN MANILA: THE INAUGURATION OF THE MANILA WATERWORKS IN 1882

Remembering the GOMBURZA: In anticipation of the 150th anniversary of their martyrdom in 2022

Remembering the GOMBURZA:  In Anticipation of the 150th Anniversary of their Martyrdom in 2022 Francis Kristoffer L. Pasion The 1872 public execution of the three secular priests —Jose Burgos, Mariano Gomes de los Angeles, and Jacinto Zamora, collectively known in their portmanteau “GOMBURZA”— was a pivotal moment in Philippine history, one that was acknowledged by continue reading : Remembering the GOMBURZA: In anticipation of the 150th anniversary of their martyrdom in 2022

Brief Historical Background Philippine-American War Memorial Day

On 4 February 2021, the Filipino nation will commemorate the anniversary of the 122nd anniversary of the First Shot of the Philippine-American War. This marked a destructive and deadly conflict in which the Filipinos gallantly defended their recently won independence from occupation by the United States. Origins of discord After launching a revolution in August continue reading : Brief Historical Background Philippine-American War Memorial Day

Why is the First Philippine Republic Significant in History?

Why is the First Philippine Republic Significant in History? Kristoffer Pasion, Roscelle Cruz, and Eufemio Agbayani III On 23 January 2021, we commemorate the inauguration of the First Philippine Republic in Malolos, Bulacan 122 years ago. The historic event was a culmination of the national project envisioned and begun by numerous Filipinos. The First Republic continue reading : Why is the First Philippine Republic Significant in History?

Bakit Mahalaga sa Kasaysayan ang Unang Republika ng Pilipinas?

Bakit Mahalaga sa Kasaysayan ang Unang Republika ng Pilipinas? Kristoffer Pasion, Roscelle Cruz, and Eufemio Agbayani III Sa 23 Enero 2021, gugunitain natin ang pagpapasinaya ng Unang Republika sa Malolos, Bulacan 122 taon na ang nakaraan. Ang makasaysayang kaganapang ito ay bunga ng mga pagsusumikap na iniharaya at sinimulan ng maraming Pilipino. Maiuugat ang Unang continue reading : Bakit Mahalaga sa Kasaysayan ang Unang Republika ng Pilipinas?

Love for the Flag (as Witnessed by Artemio Ricarte)

Juan Paolo M. Calamlam History Researcher II National Historical Commission of the Philippines               This 2018, the Filipino nation is celebrating the 120th anniversary of the declaration of independence. This means that we celebrated this historic event, officially or not, for more than a hundred times now. Historians try to reconstruct these event using continue reading : Love for the Flag (as Witnessed by Artemio Ricarte)

Risen Opportunity: The Economic Role of Filipino Women during the American regime

by Jacob Philip V. Peralta* Over the years, the roles of women have been steadily rising in the fields of commerce and industry in the Philippines. From mere members of a silent mass during the Spanish period, women have proven their tenacity for having undertaken crucial responsibilities in society.[1] During the Spanish era, the role continue reading : Risen Opportunity: The Economic Role of Filipino Women during the American regime

Ceremonial Chest

  Artifact Ceremonial Chest Location Museum of Philippine Political History Items and artifacts in the museums administered by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines are all treasures of our history.  One of these unique treasures can be found in the Museum of Philippine Political History (MPPH).  It is a gold-plated ceremonial chest that once continue reading : Ceremonial Chest