CHAPTER 15 [AMERICAN COLONY]. CAMBA, ESTRERA, GAYOSO, LACERNA, LEE, TAN, TOMINEZ, UGADDAN . THE CONTINUING RESISTANCE. The capture of General Emilio Aguinaldo at Palanan , Isabela in 1901.The Filipnino -American war ended .
CHAPTER 15[AMERICAN COLONY]
CAMBA, ESTRERA, GAYOSO, LACERNA,
LEE, TAN, TOMINEZ, UGADDAN
William H. Carter
Similar outbreaks in the island of Negros, Panay, Cebu, Leyte
September 22, 1853 – April 30, 1934
-brought confirmed reports of Hassan’s location in the crater of Bud Bagsak.
A Malay or Indonesian dagger with a wavy blade.
known as kalis in the southern Philippines
a thick, leaf-shaped, single-edged blade sword. It is a weapon used by Islamic tribes in the Southern Philippines.
-Authorities had been looking for him after a series of murderous robberies associated with him in Borneo.
-Organized his own rebel band and defied American rule from 1905-1906.
They were responsible for making the 1st American decade in Sulu:
-Bud Bagsak Affair in 1913
-Jikiri Threat in 1909
-located in the northern series of mountain ranges.
COMPROMISE WITH COLONIALISM
IN THE LOCAL LEVEL
In The Cordilleras
-Guaranteed peace between the Americans and Muslims in Sulu.
-The Tausug version of this treaty clearly substantiates this view. While the English version clearly provides for the establishment of American rule in Sulu and the acceptance of American sovereignty by the Sultan and the datus.
-the flourishing trading point in the southern part of Jolo.
- where the Americans demonstrated military technology
Effects on Colony
Limits to Filipinization
Restraints of Elitism
COLONIAL POLITICS: TOWARDS COMPLETE AUTONOMY
The Veto Power of Governor Wood
The Board of Control Controversy
Leonard Wood: in Retrospect