The Philippine Revolution of 1896: Ordinary Lives in Extraordinary Times
This volume makes available selected works by scholars from around the world, using varied historical sources, bringing new perspectives on the Philippine Revolutionary War of 1896.
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Ethnicity in the Philippine Revolution
The Colonial Origins of Philippine Military Traditions
Civilian Flight during the Philippine Revolution of 1896
Letters from a Spanish Soldier in the Revolution
Lt Commander Paul Hintzes Visit
The Franciscans and the Philippine Revolution in Central Luzon
ProvincialLevel Corruption in the Second Half
Legal Proceedings against Provincial Governors
IntraAsian Trade at the Turn of the Twentieth Century
Historiography of 1898 and a Critical Bibliography
Agoncillo Aguinaldo Alvarez American Andaya Andres Bonifacio Antonio archipelago Archives Army Asian Ateneo de Manila August Bacoor Baguio and Benguet barangay Benguet State University Bureau Camarines Camarines Sur Canseco Cavite Cavite province Cebu charges civil clergy command Constabulary corruption cultural dossier elite Emilio Espanola ethnolinguistic Father female Filipino forces Franciscans friars gender gobernadorcillo governor Gregoria de Jesus Guardia Civil historians historiography Hong Kong Ileto ilustrados important Imus Indios Islas Filipinas Jose Juan June Katagalugan Katipunan kinship late-nineteenth century leaders Luzon Macabebe Madrid male Malolos Manila University Press mestizo Miguel military months nationalist native nineteenth century Pablo parish priest percent pesos Philip Philippine history Philippine Islands Philippine Revolution Philippine-American War political province Quezon City religious orders revolutionary Rizal role Sanchez Gomez Scouts social soldiers Southeast Asia Spain Spaniards Spanish Spanish colonial studies Tagalog Tayabas thousand tion town trade troops United Veloso Villajos Visayas women