Mindoro, a social history of a Philippine island in the 20th century

a case study of a delayed developmental process
  • 213 Pages
  • 0.21 MB
  • English
Divine Word Publications , Manila
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Mindoro (Philipp

Statementby Volker Schult.
LC ClassificationsHN713 .S3413 1991
The Physical Object
Pagination213 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1384206M
ISBN 109715100554
LC Control Number92941750

Mindoro: A Social History of a Philippine Island in the 20th Century. By Volker Schult. Manila: Divine Word Publications, Pp. Appendices, Abbreviations. Mindoro, a Social History of a Philippine Island in the 20th Century: A Case Study of a Delayed Developmental Process: Author: Volker Schult: Publisher: Divine Word Publications, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Sep 9, ISBN:Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.

Mindoro as Ma-i. Philippine historians of the middle and late 20th century widely believed Ma-i could be equated with "Mait", a place now located in Mindoro, because research by Fay Cooper Cole for the Field Museum in Chicago in discovered that the ancient name of Mindoro was l: Under debate., Possibilities include Bulalacao.

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20th century, Japanese occupation, It is a common belief that "Mindoro" was a contraction of the Spanish name "Mina de Oro" meaning "Mine of Gold" but an entry in the book written by Volker Schult, titled Mindoro: A Social History of a Philippine Island in the 20th Century, has a better explanation.

One of these evidences is a curios entry in Volker Schult’s book titled Mindoro: A Social History of a Philippine Island in the 20th Century page 24 note number 8, it quoted a work of Antoon Postma, which gave a hint that Mindoro’s coastal population’s ethnic origin is.

It is a common belief that "Mindoro" was a contraction of the Spanish name "Mina de Oro" meaning "Mine of Gold" but an entry in the book written by Volker Schult, titled Mindoro: A Social History of a Philippine Island in the 20th Century, has a better explanation.

Schult wrote: ", Mindoro Missions Revisited, PQCS, vol. 5 (), pp.made it clear that the name "Mindoro" as. Minolo was located on the northern coast of the island, facing Luzon, and is presently a sitio in the municipality of Puerto Galera, which formerly served as the capital of Mindoro Province.

Documents written in Tagalog as late as the 18th century still referred to the island as Minolo. Philippine Politics and Society in the Twentieth Century Well over a decade has passed since the dramatic ‘People Power Revolution’ in Manila, yet until now no book-length study has emerged to examine the manifold changes underway in the Philippines in the post-Marcos era.

This book. The present one is ethnohistoric and Mindoro-wide, i.e., it takes the inland as well as coastal populations as integral units in the evolution of Mindoro society. The historical framework is simply divided between "pre" and "20th century," the former timeframe being broken down into pre-Hispanic and Hispanic; and the latter into American.

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Among the cultural achievements of the native people's belief systems, and culture in general, that are notable in many. The tamaraw or Mindoro dwarf buffalo (Bubalus mindorensis) is a small hoofed mammal belonging to the family Bovidae.

It is endemic to the island of Mindoro in the Philippines, and is the only endemic Philippine is believed, however, to have once also thrived on the larger island of tamaraw was originally found all over Mindoro, from sea level up to the mountains ( m.

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Mixed Marriages, Inheritance and Succession. Pre-Colonial Philippines B. PHILIPPINE literature in the English language is now a century old. It came to the country with the American forces on Aug With the advent of a new colonial tongue, the Filipinos' mode of thinking and comprehending the world was radically altered by.

Page 2 2 THE DEVELOPMENT OF PHILIPPINE POLITICS Visavan Fmrire was established with a seat in Sumatra about the 7th century, and extended to the places now known as Java, Sumatra, the Malay Peninsula, Borneo, Celebes, the Moluccas, and the Philippine Islands.

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