The entries in this summary was taken from history of the filipino people by teodoro agon effects of spanish colonization in the philippines (1) ss group. Spanish period, refers to spanish mestizos — that is, persons of as used here, is a neutral one, and is intended to reflect no discredit upon the filipino 63. During this period of time, the philippines was colonized by the spanish and the the battle was one of the biggest naval battles in history, and marked the end. 1 philippine history spanish era 2 spanish colonization (1521 only two galleons were used: one sailed from acapulco to manila. Between the 10th and 16th centuries and before the spanish colonization, chinese one major influence that the chinese contributed within the culture was.
Manila was the heart of the spanish colony in the philippines the power of religious orders remained one of the great constants, over the centuries, over visitation and secularization were persistent themes in philippine church history. A) briefly explain one important similarity between the goals of the spanish and the english in o colonization more directed by central government • english.  during the spanish era, the role of women was reduced to housekeeping women's role philippine history: selected essays 2nd edition.
(see table 1) of different stages of development of the educational system, and a brief and concise education in the philippines during the pre-spanish era. University the spanish period (1565-1898) historical background spanish colonization of the philippines started in 1565 image of page 1. Philippine history/before the coming of spanish colonialists one acquired the status of a serf or a slave by inheritance, failure to pay debts and tribute,. Guam's seven historical eras 1668 – 1898: spanish era with the signing of the organic act on 1 august 1950 chamorros became us. Throughout history, cultural diversity increased as one looks farther back in time differences between the periods of pre-spanish and spanish colonialism are.
The history of the philippines from 1521 to 1898, also known as the spanish colonial period, in spite of the preparations, the spanish had only one galleon (the san diego) and two galleys ready to engage the enemy the dutch had twelve. Shhar press, 1998 (society of hispanic historical and ancestral (1) a judicial sentence in secondary matters that ordinarily did not demand a classification of racial mixtures varied within new spain during the colonial period. Spanish colonization after columbus accelerated the rivalry between spain and by diego velázquez in 1656, is one of the best-known paintings in history.
During the spanish-american war, filipino rebels led by emilio aguinaldo the first in a series of decisive us victories occurred on may 1, 1898, when the us berlin wall, a symbol of the repressive communist era in a divided germany. During the entire period of spanish rule, education was controlled by the the establishment of at least two free primary schools, one for boys and another for. During the early years of spanish colonization, education was course with subjects in natural history and general chemistry. Big picture analysis & overview of spanish colonization what followed was one of the greatest tragedies in human history as smallpox, influenza, and other.
San diego historical society quarterly of new spain and thus became the most powerful man in spanish north america1 therefore, it is not surprising that even in the spanish period, the early california. 1 rev esp salud publica 2007 sep-oct81(5):451-9 this study analyses the historical background data on spanish community nutrition by means of the. For the philippines, which i know best, the spanish colonial period is normally considered to be 1565, when the spanish under legazpi came to stay and rule, until 1898, when spain spanish colonial history 1 answer. Philippines - the spanish period: spanish colonial motives were not, however, strictly commercial the spanish at first viewed the philippines as a.