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How Filipino Was Burgos?
MARCELO H DEL PILAR
Whence Came The Propaganda?
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Agui Aguinaldo already Americans arms army arrived August August 23 Bacoor Balintawak battle become Biak-na-Bato bolos Bonifacio bourgeois brothers Buencamino Bulacan Burgos Caloocan capture Cavite Mutiny Cavitenos century Church clan Colonel command Concepcion Creole enemy expatriates Father fell fight Filipino forces friars Gomez Gregorio del Pilar Guardia Civil Guerrero hero Ibarra idea ilustrados Imus Indio insurgents joined Jose Katipunan Katipuneros Kawit later leader Lopez Jaena Luna Luna's Mabini Madrid Magdalo Magdiwang Malabon Malolos Manila Manuel Maragondon masses ment middle class mountains movement mutiny naldo nation native clergy Nueva Ecija officers orders organized Palanan Pangasinan Pardo de Tavera parishes Paterno Pelaez Peninsulars Philippines President priests Propaganda provinces Radaic Regidor Republic retreat Revolution in Cavite revolutionary Ricarte Rizal Rodriguez Varela Saldua San Juan says Alejandrino sent soldiers Spain Spaniards Spanish Supremo Tagalog Tejeros tion Tirad town troops turned uprising wanted young