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    Philippine History From Pre-historic Age

    Pre-history
    400,000 BC - People belonging to the species Homo Erectus were the first to set foot on the Philippines


    300,000 BC - SABONG BEGAN IN THE PHILIPPINES


    50,000 BC - The Tabon Man made Stone tools in the Tabon Cave in Palawan
    40,000 BC -Negritos started to settle
    4500-300 BC -Multiple Austronesian migrations from Taiwan
    c.3000 BC - Presumed date of the Angono Petroglyphs
    900 AD - People from Southern Annam called Orang Dampuan established trade zones in Sulu
    900 AD - Established settlements were already present in and around Manila as seen in the Laguna Copperplate Inscription
    1240 AD - Tuan Mash`ika ,a Muslim traveled and introduced Islam to Sulu
    1300s AD - Birth of the Baybayin, Hanunoo, Tagbanwa, and Buhid scripts
    1380 AD - Karim ul-Makhdum arrived at Sulu and built a Mosque
    1433 AD - The legendary Datu Kalantiaw publishes a legal code

    [edit] 16th century
    1521 - Ferdinand Magellan lands in the Philippines, claiming the islands for Spain
    1543 - Ruy López de Villalobos names the islands Las Islas Filipinas
    1565 - Miguel López de Legazpi establishes the first permanent Spanish settlement in the country
    1570 - Manila is conquered and made a Spanish city
    1590 - Missionaries from the Society of Jesus establish the Colegio de Manila in Intramuros.
    1595 - University of San Carlos founded as Colegio de San Ildefonso

    [edit] 17th century
    c.1600 - Pedro Bucaneg inscribes the oral epic Biag ni Lam-Ang
    1611 - University of Santo Tomas established as the Colegio de Nuestra Señora del Santísimo Rosario (later renamed the Colegio de Santo Tomas).
    1621 - The Colegio de Manila is made the Universidad de San Ignacio by Pope Gregory XV.
    1623 - The Universidad de San Ignacio is made a royal university by Philip IV of Spain.
    1645 - The Colegio de Santo Tomas becomes the University of Santo Tomas after a bull by Pope Innocent X.
    1647 - Dutch besieged the Spanish in the Battle of Puerto de Cavite.

    [edit] 18th century
    1762 - British East India Company seizes Manila
    1763 - Treaty of Paris returns Manila to Spain
    1763 - Deaths of Gabriela Silang, the only Filipina to have led a revolt, and her husband Diego
    1768 - Following the Suppression of the Jesuits, the members of the Society of Jesus in the Philippines are expelled. They surrender their properties to Spanish civil authorities.
    1788 - Birth of the writer Francisco Balagtas

    [edit] 19th century
    1821 - The Philippines becomes a province of Spain.
    1837 - Manila is made an open port.
    1838 - Florante at Laura is published.
    1859 - The Jesuits return to the Philippines. They are asked to take over the Escuela Municipal in Intramuros, which is now the Ateneo de Manila University.
    1872 - 200 Filipino soldiers stage a mutiny in Cavite.
    1873 - Priests Mariano Gomez, José Apolonio Burgos, and Jacinto Zamora (together known as Gomburza) are implicated in the Cavite Mutiny and executed.
    1887 - Noli Me Tangere published.
    1891 - El Filibusterismo published.
    1892-Jose Rizal establishes La Liga Filipina;Jose Rizal was exiled in Dapitan.
    1892 - Andres Bonifacio establishes the Katipunan.
    1896 - José Rizal is executed.
    1898 - Emilio Aguinaldo declares independence
    1898 - Treaty of Paris transfers control of the Philippines from Spain to the United States ending the existence of the Spanish East Indies.
    1898 - Philippine-American War Conflict erupts between Filipino Revolutionists and American Forces.

    [edit] 20th century
    1902 - Americans proclaim the end of the Philippine-American War, however fighting continues.
    1904 - University of San Agustin in Iloilo was established.
    1907 - The First Philippine Assembly is convened.
    1908 - The University of the Philippines was established in Manila.
    1911 - De La Salle University-Manila is founded as De La Salle College by the Brothers of Christian Schools.
    1913 - Conflict in the country subsides.
    1916 - The Jones Law is passed establishing a purely Filipino legislature
    1916 - The Philippine Assembly becomes the House of Representatives and a Senate is established
    1918 - The Philippines joins the First World War, sending 25,000 Filipino troops (and additional 6,000 in the U.S. Navy) to Europe fighting for the United States
    1934 - The Philippine Independence Act is approved
    1935 - Commonwealth of the Philippines is established
    1935 - Manuel L. Quezon is elected president
    1941 - President Quezon re-elected
    1941 - Japan invades and occupies the Philippines in World War II
    1943 - Jose P. Laurel appointed president by Japanese Imperial Army
    1944 - United States retakes the Philippines from Japan
    1945 -The Philippines along with 49 Allied countries signed the United Nations charter.
    1946 - Manuel Roxas elected president
    1946 - United States grants full independence to the Philippines
    1948 - President Roxas dies; Elpidio Quirino becomes president
    1949 - Elpidio Quirino re-elected as president
    1950 - The Philippines joins the Korean War, sending over 7,000 troops under the United Nations command.
    1953 - Ramon Magsaysay elected president
    1954 - Manila Pact, also known as the South East Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO), forms alliance of Philippines, the United States, the United Kingdom, Pakistan, Thailand, Australia, New Zealand and France.
    1957 - Ramon Magsaysay dies in plane crash
    1961 - Diosdado Macapagal elected president
    1961 - Independence Day is changed to June 12 by Diosdado Macapagal
    1965 - Ferdinand E. Marcos elected president
    1966
    1969 - Ferdinand E. Marcos is re-elected to a second full term, the first to ever do so
    1970 - First Quarter Storm began in January
    1972 - President Marcos delares martial law
    1978 - First formal elections since 1969 for the Interim Batasang Pambansa (National Assembly)
    1978 - Ferdinand E. Marcos becomes interim Prime Minister
    1981 - Martial law lifted
    1981 - Ferdinand E. Marcos is re-elected to a third term
    1981 - Finance Minister Cesar Virata is elected Prime Minister by the Batasang Pambansa
    1983 - Benigno Aquino, Jr. assassinated
    1986 - Ferdinand E. Marcos is re-elected in allegedly fraudulent "snap" election
    1986 - EDSA Revolution ousts President Marcos; Corazon Aquino becomes president
    1991 - Senate rejects renewal of U.S military bases in the Philippines
    1992 - Philippine general election, 1992 (Fidel V. Ramos is elected)
    1997 - Asian financial crisis
    1998 - Philippine general election, 1998 (Joseph Estrada is elected)

    [edit] 21st century
    2000 - President Estrada impeached by House of Representatives
    2001 - EDSA II Revolution ousts Joseph Estrada; Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo becomes president
    2003 - 2003 Oakwood mutiny
    2004 - Philippine general election, 2004 (Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo is re-elected)
    2005 - Hello Garci scandal (Legitimacy of declared election winners questioned)
    2006 - A state of emergency was declared in February in response to coup rumours.
    2007-Philippine general election, 2007




    ayos ba pati history ng sabong?

    cheers!

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    Re: Philippine History From Pre-historic Age

    di ba ga kanta ni yoyoy villame iyan.

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    Re: Philippine History From Pre-historic Age

    Homo Erectus








    ....jan pala galing tayong mga Noypi...... tsk tsk.... di nga huhupa populasyon ng Pinas......tsk tsk "Erectus" ....

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    hehehe kaya ga pala may population explotion ga tayo

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    300,000 Bc - Sabong Began In The Philippines

    i thought it were the spaniards who introduced cockfighting to us. anyway, very interesting info.. thanks.

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    sama na din ito significant sa sabong hehehe

    1. PRESIDENTIAL DECREE No. 449 May 9, 1974 COCKFIGHTING LAW OF 1974

    2. PRESIDENTIAL DECREE No. 1802 January 16, 1981 CREATING THE PHILIPPINE GAMEFOWL COMMISSION





    eto salihan ninyo na ! mas maganda !

    TSM Hatawan Sa Tag-ulan 3 Cock Derby July 13, 2007 at Cainta Fair Center Coliseum






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    Re: Philippine History From Pre-historic Age

    little known facts about philippine history,,,thanks a lot!!!!


    400,000 BC - People belonging to the species Homo Erectus were the first to set foot on the Philippines


    300,000 BC - SABONG BEGAN IN THE PHILIPPINES


    50,000 BC - The Tabon Man made Stone tools in the Tabon Cave in Palawan
    40,000 BC -Negritos started to settle
    4500-300 BC -Multiple Austronesian migrations from Taiwan
    c.3000 BC - Presumed date of the Angono Petroglyphs
    900 AD - People from Southern Annam called Orang Dampuan established trade zones in Sulu
    900 AD - Established settlements were already present in and around Manila as seen in the Laguna Copperplate Inscription
    1240 AD - Tuan Mash`ika ,a Muslim traveled and introduced Islam to Sulu
    1300s AD - Birth of the Baybayin, Hanunoo, Tagbanwa, and Buhid scripts
    1380 AD - Karim ul-Makhdum arrived at Sulu and built a Mosque
    1433 AD - The legendary Datu Kalantiaw publishes a legal code

    [edit] 16th century
    1521 - Ferdinand Magellan lands in the Philippines, claiming the islands for Spain
    1543 - Ruy López de Villalobos names the islands Las Islas Filipinas
    1565 - Miguel López de Legazpi establishes the first permanent Spanish settlement in the country
    1570 - Manila is conquered and made a Spanish city
    1590 - Missionaries from the Society of Jesus establish the Colegio de Manila in Intramuros.
    1595 - University of San Carlos founded as Colegio de San Ildefonso

    [edit] 17th century
    c.1600 - Pedro Bucaneg inscribes the oral epic Biag ni Lam-Ang
    1611 - University of Santo Tomas established as the Colegio de Nuestra Señora del Santísimo Rosario (later renamed the Colegio de Santo Tomas).
    1621 - The Colegio de Manila is made the Universidad de San Ignacio by Pope Gregory XV.
    1623 - The Universidad de San Ignacio is made a royal university by Philip IV of Spain.
    1645 - The Colegio de Santo Tomas becomes the University of Santo Tomas after a bull by Pope Innocent X.
    1647 - Dutch besieged the Spanish in the Battle of Puerto de Cavite.

    [edit] 18th century
    1762 - British East India Company seizes Manila
    1763 - Treaty of Paris returns Manila to Spain
    1763 - Deaths of Gabriela Silang, the only Filipina to have led a revolt, and her husband Diego
    1768 - Following the Suppression of the Jesuits, the members of the Society of Jesus in the Philippines are expelled. They surrender their properties to Spanish civil authorities.
    1788 - Birth of the writer Francisco Balagtas

    [edit] 19th century
    1821 - The Philippines becomes a province of Spain.
    1837 - Manila is made an open port.
    1838 - Florante at Laura is published.
    1859 - The Jesuits return to the Philippines. They are asked to take over the Escuela Municipal in Intramuros, which is now the Ateneo de Manila University.
    1872 - 200 Filipino soldiers stage a mutiny in Cavite.
    1873 - Priests Mariano Gomez, José Apolonio Burgos, and Jacinto Zamora (together known as Gomburza) are implicated in the Cavite Mutiny and executed.
    1887 - Noli Me Tangere published.
    1891 - El Filibusterismo published.
    1892-Jose Rizal establishes La Liga Filipina;Jose Rizal was exiled in Dapitan.
    1892 - Andres Bonifacio establishes the Katipunan.
    1896 - José Rizal is executed.
    1898 - Emilio Aguinaldo declares independence
    1898 - Treaty of Paris transfers control of the Philippines from Spain to the United States ending the existence of the Spanish East Indies.
    1898 - Philippine-American War Conflict erupts between Filipino Revolutionists and American Forces.

    [edit] 20th century
    1902 - Americans proclaim the end of the Philippine-American War, however fighting continues.
    1904 - University of San Agustin in Iloilo was established.
    1907 - The First Philippine Assembly is convened.
    1908 - The University of the Philippines was established in Manila.
    1911 - De La Salle University-Manila is founded as De La Salle College by the Brothers of Christian Schools.
    1913 - Conflict in the country subsides.
    1916 - The Jones Law is passed establishing a purely Filipino legislature
    1916 - The Philippine Assembly becomes the House of Representatives and a Senate is established
    1918 - The Philippines joins the First World War, sending 25,000 Filipino troops (and additional 6,000 in the U.S. Navy) to Europe fighting for the United States
    1934 - The Philippine Independence Act is approved
    1935 - Commonwealth of the Philippines is established
    1935 - Manuel L. Quezon is elected president
    1941 - President Quezon re-elected
    1941 - Japan invades and occupies the Philippines in World War II
    1943 - Jose P. Laurel appointed president by Japanese Imperial Army
    1944 - United States retakes the Philippines from Japan
    1945 -The Philippines along with 49 Allied countries signed the United Nations charter.
    1946 - Manuel Roxas elected president
    1946 - United States grants full independence to the Philippines
    1948 - President Roxas dies; Elpidio Quirino becomes president
    1949 - Elpidio Quirino re-elected as president
    1950 - The Philippines joins the Korean War, sending over 7,000 troops under the United Nations command.
    1953 - Ramon Magsaysay elected president
    1954 - Manila Pact, also known as the South East Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO), forms alliance of Philippines, the United States, the United Kingdom, Pakistan, Thailand, Australia, New Zealand and France.
    1957 - Ramon Magsaysay dies in plane crash
    1961 - Diosdado Macapagal elected president
    1961 - Independence Day is changed to June 12 by Diosdado Macapagal
    1965 - Ferdinand E. Marcos elected president
    1966
    1969 - Ferdinand E. Marcos is re-elected to a second full term, the first to ever do so
    1970 - First Quarter Storm began in January
    1972 - President Marcos delares martial law
    1978 - First formal elections since 1969 for the Interim Batasang Pambansa (National Assembly)
    1978 - Ferdinand E. Marcos becomes interim Prime Minister
    1981 - Martial law lifted
    1981 - Ferdinand E. Marcos is re-elected to a third term
    1981 - Finance Minister Cesar Virata is elected Prime Minister by the Batasang Pambansa
    1983 - Benigno Aquino, Jr. assassinated
    1986 - Ferdinand E. Marcos is re-elected in allegedly fraudulent "snap" election
    1986 - EDSA Revolution ousts President Marcos; Corazon Aquino becomes president
    1991 - Senate rejects renewal of U.S military bases in the Philippines
    1992 - Philippine general election, 1992 (Fidel V. Ramos is elected)
    1997 - Asian financial crisis
    1998 - Philippine general election, 1998 (Joseph Estrada is elected)

    [edit] 21st century
    2000 - President Estrada impeached by House of Representatives
    2001 - EDSA II Revolution ousts Joseph Estrada; Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo becomes president
    2003 - 2003 Oakwood mutiny
    2004 - Philippine general election, 2004 (Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo is re-elected)
    2005 - Hello Garci scandal (Legitimacy of declared election winners questioned)
    2006 - A state of emergency was declared in February in response to coup rumours.
    2007-Philippine general election, 2007




    ayos ba pati history ng sabong?

    cheers![/QUOTE]

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    jojofaina
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    Re: Philippine History From Pre-historic Age

    little known facts about philippine history,,,thanks a lot!!!!


    400,000 BC - People belonging to the species Homo Erectus were the first to set foot on the Philippines


    300,000 BC - SABONG BEGAN IN THE PHILIPPINES


    50,000 BC - The Tabon Man made Stone tools in the Tabon Cave in Palawan
    40,000 BC -Negritos started to settle
    4500-300 BC -Multiple Austronesian migrations from Taiwan
    c.3000 BC - Presumed date of the Angono Petroglyphs
    900 AD - People from Southern Annam called Orang Dampuan established trade zones in Sulu
    900 AD - Established settlements were already present in and around Manila as seen in the Laguna Copperplate Inscription
    1240 AD - Tuan Mash`ika ,a Muslim traveled and introduced Islam to Sulu
    1300s AD - Birth of the Baybayin, Hanunoo, Tagbanwa, and Buhid scripts
    1380 AD - Karim ul-Makhdum arrived at Sulu and built a Mosque
    1433 AD - The legendary Datu Kalantiaw publishes a legal code

    [edit] 16th century
    1521 - Ferdinand Magellan lands in the Philippines, claiming the islands for Spain
    1543 - Ruy López de Villalobos names the islands Las Islas Filipinas
    1565 - Miguel López de Legazpi establishes the first permanent Spanish settlement in the country
    1570 - Manila is conquered and made a Spanish city
    1590 - Missionaries from the Society of Jesus establish the Colegio de Manila in Intramuros.
    1595 - University of San Carlos founded as Colegio de San Ildefonso

    [edit] 17th century
    c.1600 - Pedro Bucaneg inscribes the oral epic Biag ni Lam-Ang
    1611 - University of Santo Tomas established as the Colegio de Nuestra Señora del Santísimo Rosario (later renamed the Colegio de Santo Tomas).
    1621 - The Colegio de Manila is made the Universidad de San Ignacio by Pope Gregory XV.
    1623 - The Universidad de San Ignacio is made a royal university by Philip IV of Spain.
    1645 - The Colegio de Santo Tomas becomes the University of Santo Tomas after a bull by Pope Innocent X.
    1647 - Dutch besieged the Spanish in the Battle of Puerto de Cavite.

    [edit] 18th century
    1762 - British East India Company seizes Manila
    1763 - Treaty of Paris returns Manila to Spain
    1763 - Deaths of Gabriela Silang, the only Filipina to have led a revolt, and her husband Diego
    1768 - Following the Suppression of the Jesuits, the members of the Society of Jesus in the Philippines are expelled. They surrender their properties to Spanish civil authorities.
    1788 - Birth of the writer Francisco Balagtas

    [edit] 19th century
    1821 - The Philippines becomes a province of Spain.
    1837 - Manila is made an open port.
    1838 - Florante at Laura is published.
    1859 - The Jesuits return to the Philippines. They are asked to take over the Escuela Municipal in Intramuros, which is now the Ateneo de Manila University.
    1872 - 200 Filipino soldiers stage a mutiny in Cavite.
    1873 - Priests Mariano Gomez, José Apolonio Burgos, and Jacinto Zamora (together known as Gomburza) are implicated in the Cavite Mutiny and executed.
    1887 - Noli Me Tangere published.
    1891 - El Filibusterismo published.
    1892-Jose Rizal establishes La Liga Filipina;Jose Rizal was exiled in Dapitan.
    1892 - Andres Bonifacio establishes the Katipunan.
    1896 - José Rizal is executed.
    1898 - Emilio Aguinaldo declares independence
    1898 - Treaty of Paris transfers control of the Philippines from Spain to the United States ending the existence of the Spanish East Indies.
    1898 - Philippine-American War Conflict erupts between Filipino Revolutionists and American Forces.

    [edit] 20th century
    1902 - Americans proclaim the end of the Philippine-American War, however fighting continues.
    1904 - University of San Agustin in Iloilo was established.
    1907 - The First Philippine Assembly is convened.
    1908 - The University of the Philippines was established in Manila.
    1911 - De La Salle University-Manila is founded as De La Salle College by the Brothers of Christian Schools.
    1913 - Conflict in the country subsides.
    1916 - The Jones Law is passed establishing a purely Filipino legislature
    1916 - The Philippine Assembly becomes the House of Representatives and a Senate is established
    1918 - The Philippines joins the First World War, sending 25,000 Filipino troops (and additional 6,000 in the U.S. Navy) to Europe fighting for the United States
    1934 - The Philippine Independence Act is approved
    1935 - Commonwealth of the Philippines is established
    1935 - Manuel L. Quezon is elected president
    1941 - President Quezon re-elected
    1941 - Japan invades and occupies the Philippines in World War II
    1943 - Jose P. Laurel appointed president by Japanese Imperial Army
    1944 - United States retakes the Philippines from Japan
    1945 -The Philippines along with 49 Allied countries signed the United Nations charter.
    1946 - Manuel Roxas elected president
    1946 - United States grants full independence to the Philippines
    1948 - President Roxas dies; Elpidio Quirino becomes president
    1949 - Elpidio Quirino re-elected as president
    1950 - The Philippines joins the Korean War, sending over 7,000 troops under the United Nations command.
    1953 - Ramon Magsaysay elected president
    1954 - Manila Pact, also known as the South East Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO), forms alliance of Philippines, the United States, the United Kingdom, Pakistan, Thailand, Australia, New Zealand and France.
    1957 - Ramon Magsaysay dies in plane crash
    1961 - Diosdado Macapagal elected president
    1961 - Independence Day is changed to June 12 by Diosdado Macapagal
    1965 - Ferdinand E. Marcos elected president
    1966
    1969 - Ferdinand E. Marcos is re-elected to a second full term, the first to ever do so
    1970 - First Quarter Storm began in January
    1972 - President Marcos delares martial law
    1978 - First formal elections since 1969 for the Interim Batasang Pambansa (National Assembly)
    1978 - Ferdinand E. Marcos becomes interim Prime Minister
    1981 - Martial law lifted
    1981 - Ferdinand E. Marcos is re-elected to a third term
    1981 - Finance Minister Cesar Virata is elected Prime Minister by the Batasang Pambansa
    1983 - Benigno Aquino, Jr. assassinated
    1986 - Ferdinand E. Marcos is re-elected in allegedly fraudulent "snap" election
    1986 - EDSA Revolution ousts President Marcos; Corazon Aquino becomes president
    1991 - Senate rejects renewal of U.S military bases in the Philippines
    1992 - Philippine general election, 1992 (Fidel V. Ramos is elected)
    1997 - Asian financial crisis
    1998 - Philippine general election, 1998 (Joseph Estrada is elected)

    [edit] 21st century
    2000 - President Estrada impeached by House of Representatives
    2001 - EDSA II Revolution ousts Joseph Estrada; Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo becomes president
    2003 - 2003 Oakwood mutiny
    2004 - Philippine general election, 2004 (Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo is re-elected)
    2005 - Hello Garci scandal (Legitimacy of declared election winners questioned)
    2006 - A state of emergency was declared in February in response to coup rumours.
    2007-Philippine general election, 2007




    ayos ba pati history ng sabong?

    cheers![/QUOTE]

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    Quote Originally Posted by black lotus
    i thought it were the spaniards who introduced cockfighting to us. anyway, very interesting info.. thanks.
    Black Lotus,

    We had sabong long before the spaniards set foot on Philippine soil my friend.

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    Re: Philippine History From Pre-historic Age

    up ko lang para maging nos.1

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