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16th century Year 1521 1543 1565 Event Ferdinand Magellan landed on Homonhon and Cebu. claiming the islands for Spain Ruy López de Villalobos named the islands of Samar and Leyte Las Islas Filipinas Miguel López de Legazpi established the first permanent Spanish settlement in the country Philippines was governed as a territory of the Viceroyalty of New Spain. Dagami Revolt (1567) Kingdom of Maynila conquered. Manila made a Spanish city Manila Revolt (1574) Pampangos Revolt (1585) Conspiracy of the Maharlikas (1587-1588) Revolts Against the Tribute (1589) Missionaries from the Society of Jesus established the Colegio de Manila in Intramuros. University of San Carlos founded as Colegio de San Ildefonso Magalat Revolt (1596) Pedro Bucaneg inscribes the oral epic Biag ni Lam-ang 1567 1570 1574 1585 1587 1589 1590 1595 1596 1600 .

Tamblot Revolt (1621-1622) Bankaw Revolt (1621-1622) The Universidad de San Ignacio is made a royal university by Philip IV of Spain. Sumuroy Revolt (1649-50) Pintados Revolt (1649-50) Zambal Revolt (1660) Maniago Revolt (1660) Malong Revolt (1660-1661) Ilocano Revolt (1661) Chinese revolt of 1662 Tapar Revolt (1663) Sambal Revolt (1681-1683) Tingco plot (1686) 1623 1625 1639 1643 1645 1647 1649 1660 1661 1662 1663 1681 1686 .17th century Year 1601 1602 1611 1621 Event Igorot Revolt (1601) Chinese revolt of 1602 University of Santo Tomas established as the Colegio de Nuestra Señora del Santísimo Rosario (later renamed the Colegio de Santo Tomas). Zambales Revolt (1645) Pampanga Revolt (1645) Dutch besieged the Spanish in the Battle of Puerto de Cavite. Isneg Revolt (1625-1627) Cagayan Revolt (1639) Ladia Revolt (1643) The Colegio de Santo Tomas becomes the University of Santo Tomas after a bull by Pope Innocent X. The Colegio de Manila is made the Universidad de San Ignacio by Pope Gregory XV.

11 June The last of the British ships that sailed to Manila left Philippines for India. 1771 Moro pirates traveled all over the country and raids many fishing villages in Manila Bay. 1785 Lagutao Revolt (1785). 1764 17 March Anda handed over the control of the colonial government to Francisco Javier de la Torre. 10 February Treaty of Paris implicitly returns Manila to Spain. 1787 Magtanong and Malibiran Revolt (1787). Parañaque. 6 October Junior legislator of the Audiencia Simón de Anda y Salazar established provisional government of the Philippines in Bacolor. 22 September British fleet entered seizes Manila Bay as part of the Seven Years War 5 October Manila fell under the British rule. Dawsonne Drake became the first British governor-general of the Philippines until 1764. 1767 instructing the king's order to expel Jesuits. start of the British occupation. 2 November The British East India Company commissioned The Rt Hon. They surrender their properties to Spanish civil authorities. This ends the British occupation.18th century Year 1718 1719 1744 1745 1762 Event Rivera Revolt (1718) Caragay Revolt (1719) Dagohoy Rebellion (1744-1829) Agrarian Revolt (1745-1746) Silang Revolt (1762-63) Palaris Revolt (1762-1765) Camarines Revolt (1762-1764) Cebu Revolt (1762-1764) British forces looted and plundered many of Manila establishments through the socalled Rape of Manila. The suggestion was not heeded. 10 February Royal Fiscal of Manila Don Francisco Léandro de Viana wrote the famous letter to King Charles III of Spain. the members of the Society of Jesus in the Philippines were expelled by Raón after he received a dated later from Charles III's chief minister Don Pedro Pablo Abarca de Bolea on March 1. 1765 Governor José Antonio Raón y Gutiérrez ordered minting of parallelogramic-shaped coins called barrillas. later called as "Viana Memorial of 1765". Pampanga with him as the dictator. the first coined minted in the Philippines. 1763 Dabo and Marayac Revolt (1763) Isabela Revolt (1763). . 1768 23 July Following the Suppression of the Jesuits. The document advises the king to abandon the colony because of the economic and social devastation created by the Seven Years' War. Deaths of Gabriela Silang. Mariveles. Pasay and Malate. the only Filipina to have led a revolt. and her husband Diego.

Birth of the greatest Tagalog poet from Bulacan Francisco "Balagtas" Baltazar. .1788 2 April Ilocos Norte Revolt (1788).

Andres Bonifacio is executed. Emilio Aguinaldo is elected president of a revolutionary government meant to replace the Katipunan/Tagalog Republic at the Tejeros Convention. Manila is made an open port. Andres Bonifacio and warriors shouts for freedom in the Cry of Balintawak. Emilio Aguinaldo declares independence. Florante at Laura is published. Treaty of Paris transfers control of the Philippines and other territories from Spain to the United States. Priests Mariano Gomez. Malolos Constitution establishes First Philippine Republic. 200 Filipino soldiers stage a mutiny in Cavite. Emilio Aguinaldo issues a proclamation establishing a dictatorial government. Philippines' National Hero is born. In Madrid. Emilio Aguinaldo issues a decree formally establishing a dictatorial government. Jose Rizal begins writing Noli Me Tangere(novel). a political novel set in the Philippines. Jose Rizal establishes La Liga Filipina and is exiled to Dapitan. José Apolonio Burgos. Andres Bonifacio establishes the Tagalog Republic. They are asked to take over the Escuela Municipal in Intramuros. which is now the Ateneo de Manila University. Noli Me Tangere published.19th century Year 1805 1807 1821 1837 1838 1859 1861 1872 Event Nueva Vizcaya Revolt (1805) Ambaristo Revolt (1807) The Philippines becomes a province of Spain. Philippine-American War erupts between Filipino nationalists and American forces. and Jacinto Zamora (together known as Gomburza) are implicated in the Cavite Mutiny and executed. The Jesuits return to the Philippines. Emilio Aguinaldo issues a decree changing the character of his government from dictatorial to revolutionary. Andres Bonifacio establishes the Katipunan. Aguinaldo establishes the Republic of Biak-na-Bato. José Rizal is executed. Jose Rizal. El Filibusterismo published. 1882 1887 1891 1892 1896 1897 1898 . Pact of Biak-na-Bato ends the Republic of Biak-na-Bato. Philippine Revolution begins.

000 Filipino troops (and additional 6. University of San Agustin in Iloilo is established. sending 25. De La Salle University-Manila is founded as De La Salle College by the Brothers of Christian Schools.Split into Camarines Norte and Camarines Sur. The University of the Philippines is established in Manila (June 18).D. Quezon is elected president President Quezon re-elected Japan invades and occupies the Philippines in World War II Jose P. Cavite National High School was established in Cavite City. Joseph Pitrelli. Manila by the Greek chemist George Lucas Adamson. Ambos Camarines Dissolved. Sergio Osmeña becomes the de jure president in exile. The Philippine Independence Act is approved Commonwealth of the Philippines is established Manuel L. The Jones Law is passed establishing an all-Filipino legislature The Philippine Assembly becomes the House of Representatives of the Philippines and a Senate of the Philippines is established The Philippines joins the First World War. The Manila Business School is renamed the Philippine School of Commerce (later the Polytechnic University of the Philippines). Jaro Industrial School. later known as Central Philippine University is established by American Baptist Missionaries in Jaro. United States retakes the Philippines from Japan 1902 1904 1905 1907 1908 1910 1911 1913 1914 1916 1918 1923 1932 1934 1935 1941 1943 1944 . Conflict in the country subsides. is established as the first American university in the Philippines.S. Quezon dies. D. later known as Silliman University.000 in the U. Manila and now owned by the Vincentian Fathers. Macario Sakay is executed by hanging. becomes the first bishop(April 10). Macario Sakay establishes a second Tagalog Republic. Iglesia ni Cristo (largest independent church in Asia) is registered to the government.20th century Year 1901 Event Silliman Institute. Navy) to Europe fighting for the United States Leyte Divided to Occidental Leyte and Oriental Leyte The Adamson University is founded in Santa Cruz. ending his Tagalog Republic. Pope Pius X formally creates the Diocese of Lipa separating it from the Archdiocese of Manila. Iloilo City. The First Philippine Assembly is convened. Americans proclaim the end of the Philippine-American War. Laurel appointed president by Japanese Imperial Army Manuel L. however fighting continues. San Beda College was established by the Benedictine friars. in present it was permanently addressed in Ermita.

Magalona. Australia. Marcos elected president Ferdinand E. Although the creation of the new province was ratified by voters in the proposed new province. as well as the municipalities of Calatrava. null and void on July 11. Marcos is re-elected to a second term. San Carlos. also known as the South East Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO). Jr.1945 1946 1948 1949 1950 1953 1954 1957 1960 1961 1965 1969 1970 1971 1972 1978 1981 1983 1984 1985 The Philippines along with 49 Allied countries signs the United Nations charter.And then Dissolved. Escalante. President Marcos declares martial law First formal elections since 1969 for the Interim Batasang Pambansa (National Assembly) Ferdinand E. elected president in 2010 Diosdado Macapagal elected president Independence Day is changed to June 12 by Diosdado Macapagal Ferdinand E. 1981 (Ferdinand Marcos re-elected to a third term) Finance Minister Cesar Virata is elected Prime Minister by the Batasang Pambansa Benigno Aquino. took effect on December 23. the first to ever do so First Quarter Storm begins in January Maranaw was Declared as a Province. 1986 after ruling that the enabling law was unconstitutional for. Ramon Magsaysay elected president Manila Pact. Ramon Magsaysay dies in a plane crash. forms alliance of Philippines. 1984 Negros del Norte Batas Pambansa Blg. Pakistan. which created a new province out of the northern portion of Negros Occidental.500 square kilometers. Elpidio Quirino becomes president Elpidio Quirino re-elected as president The Philippines joins the Korean War. Enrique B. Sagay. assassinated Philippine parliamentary election. with a plebiscite to ratify the law held on January 3. Marcos becomes interim Prime Minister Martial law lifted Philippine general election and referendum. The province was composed of what are now the cities of Cadiz (which was to serve as the capital). Manuel Roxas elected president United States grants independence to the Philippines President Roxas dies. the United States. the Supreme Court declared Batas Pambansa Blg. Salvador Benedicto and Toboso. 1985. Garcia becomes president Birth of Benigno Aquino III. 885. not including residents of the rest of Negros Occidental in the plebiscite. Manapla.[39] (to 1986) . 1986. sending over 7. among other things. Carlos P.000 troops under the United Nations command. New Zealand and France. 885[38]. the United Kingdom. Silay and Victorias. and the proposed province not meeting the land area r equirement (as per the Local Government Code of 1983) of 3. as well as the proclamation of the province of Negros del Norte. Thailand.

1986 EDSA Revolution ousts President Marcos.1986 1987 1991 1992 1995 1997 1998 2000 Philippine presidential election. Corazon Aquino becomes president Philippine legislative election. President Estrada impeached by House of Representatives .S military bases in the Philippines Philippine general election. 1998 (Joseph Estrada is elected) President Estrada declares an "all-out-war" against the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF). 1987 Senate rejects renewal of U. 1992 (Fidel V. Ramos is elected) Philippine general election. 1995 Asian financial crisis Philippine general election.

being the 15th President of the Philippines. 2001 Oakwood mutiny Philippine general election. vice-president Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo becomes president EDSA III Philippine general election. Philippine general election. creating widespread damage over Luzon. officially as Typhoon Megi.21st century Year 2001 Event EDSA II Revolution ousts Joseph Estrada.Result Webb's Freedom Philippine New Banknotes Released 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2009 2010 10 May 30 June 23 August 16 October December December . 2007 Manila Peninsula mutiny Three International Committee of the Red Cross volunteers were kidnapped by the rebel group Abu Sayyaf Death of former president Corazon Aquino. (to 18 October) Vizconde Massacre Case Finished. 9 June President-elect Benigno Aquino III won the Presidential election. The hostage crisis in Manila took place. Great Flood because of Typhoon Ondoy Maguindanao massacre The 2010 Philippine general elections took place. hits northeastern Luzon at Sierra Madre. Death of leader of largest independent church in Asia Eraño Manalo. killing eight Hong Kong holidaymakers. 2004 (Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo elected to a six-year term) Hello Garci scandal (Legitimacy of declared election winners questioned) A state of emergency was declared in February in response to coup rumours. officially declaring him as the 15th President of the Philippines. Inauguration of the President-elect Benigno Aquino III took place. Typhoon Juan.