World history name: colonization of the philippines section: score: _____/10 directions: in an infographic poster you will be displaying information about the spanish colonization of the philippines you will be working with a partner spanish colonization of the philippines (1521 - 1898) early spanish expeditions. The philippines is an island nation in the western pacific learn about the history, geography, and people of this fascinating country due to early colonization by the spanish, the philippines is a majority roman catholic nation, with 809 percent of the population self-defining as catholic. While filipinos nowadays are fairly knowledgeable of the spanish, american, and japanese eras, the same cannot be said when it comes to the pre-colonial philippineswhich is a shame actually, because even before the coming of the three foreign races, our ancestors were pretty much living in a veritable paradise. Timeline: spanish colonization of the philippines 1521, mar 16 a spanish expedition, sailing across the pacific ocean from east to west, and led by the portuguese ferdinand magellan (died apr 27, 1521) lands on homonhon island east of samar with three small ships, named the concepcion, trinidad and victoria. Spanish conquest of the philippines - round one in march, 1521, ferdinand magellan was darting across the pacific ocean when he thought he'd spot some land it was a much-needed sight.
Spanish was first introduced to the philippines in 1565, when the conquistador, miguel lópez de legazpi, founded the first spanish settlement on the island of cebú the philippines, ruled first from mexico city and later from madrid, was a spanish territory for 333 years (1565–1898) schooling was a priority, however. The spanish colonization in the philippines the philippines was very lucky because our country was rich in natural resources and that is the reason why many foreign countries had colonized our country spain is one of the foreign countries that colonized our country for more than three hundred years. The philippines was never profitable as a colony during spanish rule, and the long war against the dutch in the 17th century together with the intermittent conflict with the muslims in the south nearly bankrupted the colonial treasury. Title: comparison of spanish colonization—latin america and the philippines teacher: anne sharkey, huntley high school summary: this lesson took part as a comparison of the different aspects of the spanish maritime empires with a comparison of spanish.
The philippines (filipino: pilipinas) is an archipelago in south-east asia of more than seven thousand islands located between the philippine sea and the south china sea at the very eastern edge of asiamany wonderful beaches are just part of one of the world's longest coastlines and it takes about 20 years to spend a day on every island. The establishment of the capital at the bay of manila was a signal for the start of the following era of spanish colonization in the philippines which lasted more than 3 centuries legazpi founded with the, enforced to convert to christianity, native rulers a city council. The philippines was very lucky because our country was rich in natural resources and that is the reason why many foreign countries had colonized our country.
The spanish language in the philippines an official language of the philippines from the beginning of spanish rule since the times of miguel lópez de legazpi in the late 16th century, through american rule and independence, until the change of constitution in 1973. Spanish established the encomienda system in the philippines which included r egulated filipino labor and behavior they took lands, properties from the filipinos from which they could take “tribute” in the form of gold or labor. Spanish colonization the invasion of the filipinos by spain did not begin in earnest until 1564, when another expedition from new spain, commanded by miguel lópez de legaspi, arrived. As a foreigner who has read sea history, when i look at spanish colonization in the philippines, i break it down into two periods the first period was 1500s to 1821, it was ruled by viceroy of new spain (mexico) and the catholic church. Although they were not the first europeans in the philippines, the first well documented arrival of western europeansin the archipelago was the spanish expedition led by portuguese ferdinand magellan, which first sighted the mountains of samar at dawn on 16 march 1521 (spanish calendar), making.
Colonial society was hierarchical, based upon on the amount of non-spanish blood a person possessed a complicated system, called the casta , delineated over 100 separate names for groups containing certain levels of native american and african blood. Encomienda system in 1570 the encomienda was introduced in the philippines when legaspi, in compliance with the decree issued by king philip ii in 1558, distributed lands in cebu to loyal spanish subjects. Spanish colonization 1 it is ferdinand magellan who arrived in the philippines to head aspanish expedition searching for the spice islands in 1521magellan never completed the journey by himself he was then killedin an encounter with natives in the philippines after having claimedthe philippines is for spain. The spanish colonization also influenced the cuisine, arts, literature and music of the philippines in 1898, the philippines together with the united states won the war against the spanish rule this ended the spanish colonization over the philippines.
Since the colonial period, catholicism has been the cornerstone of filipino identity for millions in the philippines catholicism rapidly spread during the early years of spanish colonialism, in part due to a lack of otherwise centralized religious institutions, other than islam in the south, which. Spanish colonization have big impact on the philippines in terms of culture, foods and even language that we speak some of our friends in zamboanga speak spanish. This is a quiz on spanish colonial rule in the philippines. 1 the friars did nothing but oppress the people spanish friars of the dominican order, ca 1875-1880 source: philippineamericanwarwebscom probably one of the most widely-used images to depict the spanish excesses in the philippines is that of the lecherous, self-righteous friar.
During the spanish colonial period in the philippines (1521–1898), the culture of the archipelago experienced a major transformation from a variety of native asian and islamic cultures and traditions, including animist religious practices, to a unique hybrid of southeast asian and western culture, particularly spanish, including the spanish language and the catholic faith. Spain colonized the philippines with the cross (roman catholicism) and the sword (oppression) the spanish colonization of the philippines was made easy by its archipelagic physical characteristic.