The Cry of Balintawak: A Contrived Controversy : a Textual Analysis with Appended Documents
Ateneo University Press, 1998 - History - 221 pages
Rigorous analysis of eyewitness and contemporary sources. Concludes that the "Cry of Pugad Lawin" is an invented story, then reconstructs the events in Balintawak when Andres Bonifacio's Katipuneros assembled in Pook Kangkong from 22 to 26 August 1896. Resolves the questions of where and when cedulas were torn, and when and where the initial engagement between the Katipuneros and the Spanish troops took place.
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26 August According Agoncillo akin aking Andres Bonifacio Apolonio appear arrested authorities Balintawak Basa Bayan Briccio called Caloocan Camara Secreta Carreon cedulas civil guards claim court Cry of Balintawak dahil discussion Diwa documents early Emilio Jacinto encounter facts father Filipino forces Francisco Guillermo Masangkay happened held hindi historical idea included initial interview isang issue Javier join Jose Kangkong Katipunan katipuneros kong kung later manga Manila Masangkay papers meeting memoirs mentioned Minutes nang ng mga night Pantas Pedro Philippine Pio Valenzuela planned presented president Pugad Lawin reason refers Remigio reported Revolution revolutionary Rizal Rosario Samson Santos secretary sources Spaniards Spanish statements Supreme Council Supremo Teodoro Plata tion Tomas took unang uprising