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CRY OF REBELLION

INTRODUCTION:
• WHAT IS THE CRY OF REBELLION?
• WHO WERE IN THERE AT THE CRY OF REBELLION?
• WHEN IS THIS HAPPENED?
• WHERE IT WAS HELD?
• WHY DID IT HAPPENED?
• WHAT HAPPENED IN THAT EVENT?
THE CRY

The "Cry of Rebellion" marks the start of the


revolutionary events that swept the spanish
colonise in the late 19th century. This happens on
August 1896 Northeast of Manila.
“CRY OF BALINTAWAK”
GUILLERMO MASANGKAY

•He was the friend and adviser of Ander Bonifacio


•Masangkay joined the underground society when he was only
17
•Born June 25 1867 in Tondo Manila
•May 30, 1963
• Domingo Masangkay ng Batangas
•Victoria Rafaela ng Cavite
•May nangyaring pagpupulong

•Aug 26 1896

•Andres Bonifacio, Emilio Jacinto, Aguedo


del Rosario, Tomas Remegio, Briccio
Pantas, Teodoro Plata, Pio Valenzuela,
Enrique Pacheco at Francis Carreon

•Pinunit na ang mga sedula

•“you remember the fate of our


countrymen who were shot in
Bagumbayan. Should we return now to
the towns,the Spaniards will only shoot
us. Our organization has been discovered
and we are all marked men. If we don’t
start the uprising, spaniards will get us
anyway. What then, do you say?”
“CRY OF PUGAD LAWIN”

PIO VALENZUELA
•Born on July 11, 1869 and died on April 06, 1956
at the age of 86.
•Pio Valenzuela was a medical student at the
University of Santo Thomas.
•He's the one wgo commissioned to talk to Jose
Rizal about the plan.
•Came to Pugad Lawin with Andres Bonifacio
with the other member Katipunan on August 23,
1896.
•He wrote his Memoirs of the revolutionary days
after retiring politics
PIO VALENZUELA
Primary Source

Source: Pio Valenzuela, “Cry of Pugad Lawin”. In


Gregorio Zaide, Documentary Sources of Philippine
History. Volume 8 (Manila:National Book Store). 301-
302
Pio Valenzuela was born on July 11, 1869 in Polo Bulacan (Valenzuela City today) and
died on April 6, 1956 at the age of 86.
Valenzuela study medical at the University of Santos Tomas and join the katipunan.
He secretly established Katipunan branches in Morong and Bulacan.
Dr. Valenzuela is the one who talk to Dr. Jose Rizal to report about the plan of
Katipunan to fight against Spanish Governmemt.
Dr. Valenzuela help Emilio Jacinto in making the Katipunan paper using from Diario
de Manila.
Dr. Valenzuela availed of the amnesty offered by the Spanish Government and
surrendered on September 01, 1896 and was departed to Spain and imprisoned in
Madrid. Later on he transferred to Barcelona and to Spanish outpost in Africa and
confine for two years. He was imprisoned again as the American Military bad mouth
him as "Radical Protagonist".
Later on hs become the 1st mayor of Polo from 1899 and 1900 and become governor
of Bulacan province on 1921-1925.
He retired from politics and wroge his memoirs of revolutionary days but his
statements are not match with his autobiography.
In 1963 the town Polo renamed as Valenzuela and beome city in 1998.
“CRY OF BAHAY TORO”
Santiago Alvarez -Sunday, August 23, 1896 As
early as 10 oclock in the morning, at the barn
of Kabesang Melchora [Melchora Aquino Z.] At
a place called Sampalukan, barrio of bahay
Toro, katipuneros met together about 500 of
these arrived.
-Monday, August 24, 1896 There were about
1,000 kapituneros. The “Supremo” decided to
hold a meeting inside the big barn.Under his
leadership, the meeting began at 10 oclock in
the morning. It was 12 o clock noon when the
meeting adjourned amidst loud cries of “Long
live the sons of the Country” (Mabuhay ang
mga anak ng bayan).
Conclusion
From the eyewitness accounts presented, there is indeed marked
disagreement among historical witnesses as to the place and time of the
disagreement among historical witnesses as to the place and time of the
occurrence of the Cry . Using primary and secondary sources, four places
have been identified: Balintawak, Kangkong, Pugad Lawin, And Bahay Toro,
while date vary: 23, 24, 25 or 26 August 1896.

Valenzuela’s Account should be read with caution: He once told a Spanish


investigator that the “Cry” happened in Balintawak on wednesda, 26 August
1896. Much later, he wrote in his Memoirs of the Revolution that it happened
at Pugad Lawin on 23 August 1896. Such inconsistencies in accounts should
always be seen as a red flag when dealing with primary sources.

According to Guerrero, Encarnacio, And Villegas, All the Places are in


Balintawak, Then part of Caloocan, now, in Quezon Cit. As for the dates,
Bonifacio and his troops may have been moving from one place to another to
avoid being located by the Spanish Government, which could explain why
there are several accounts of the Cry.
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