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La Liga Filipina
La Liga Filipina
(lit. The Philippine League) was a progressive organization created by Dr. José Rizal
José Rizal
in the Philippines
Philippines
in the house of Doroteo Ongjunco at Ilaya Street, Tondo, Manila
Tondo, Manila
in 1892. The organization derived from La Solidaridad
La Solidaridad
and the Propaganda movement. The purpose of La Liga Filipina
La Liga Filipina
is to build a new group sought to involve the people directly in the reform movement. The league was to be a sort of mutual aid and self-help society dispensing scholarship funds and legal aid, loaning capital and setting up cooperatives, the league became a threat to Spanish authorities that they arrested Rizal on July 6, 1892 on Dapitan. During the exile of Rizal, The organization became inactive, through the efforts of Domingo Franco and Andres Bonifacio, it was reorganized. The organization decided to declare its support for La Solidaridad and the reforms it advocated, raise funds for the paper, and defray the expenses of deputies advocating reforms for the country before the Spanish Cortes. Eventually after some disarray in the leadership of the group, the Supreme Council of the League dissolved the society. The Liga membership split into two groups when it is about to be revealed: the conservatives formed the Cuerpo de Compromisarios which pledged to continue supporting the La Solidaridad
La Solidaridad
while the radicals led by Bonifacio devoted themselves to a new and secret society, the Katipunan.

Contents

1 Aims 2 Members of La Liga Filipina

2.1 Directors

2.1.1 Exile of Rizal

2.2 Other members

3 External links

Aims[edit]

The cover page of the constitution of La Liga Filipina

To unite the whole archipelago into one vigorous and homogenous organization; Mutual protection in every want and necessity; Defense against all violence and injustice Encouragement of instruction, agriculture, and commerce; and Study the application of reforms

Members of La Liga Filipina[edit]

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History of the Philippines

Prehistory (pre–900) Paleolithic
Paleolithic
age

Awidon Mesa Formation Callao Limestone Formation

Neolithic
Neolithic
age

Callao and Tabon peoples Arrival of the Negritos Austronesian expansion Angono Petroglyphs Lal-lo and Gattaran Shell Middens Jade culture

Iron age

Sa Huyun Culture Society of the Igorot Ancient barangays

Events/Artifacts

Balangay grave goods Manunggul Jar Prehistoric gems Sa Huyun-Kalanay Complex Maitum Anthropomorphic Pottery

Archaic epoch (900–1565) Historically documented city-states/polities (by geography from North to South)

Samtoy chieftaincy Caboloan Tondo Namayan Rajahnate of Maynila Ma-i Madja-as Chiefdom of Taytay Rajahnate of Cebu Kedatuan of Dapitan Rajahnate of Butuan Sultanate of Maguindanao Lanao confederacy Sultanate of Sulu

Legendary

Suwarnapumi Chryse Ophir Tawalisi Wāḳwāḳ Sanfotsi Zabag kingdom Ten Bornean Datus

Events/Artifacts

Maragtas Laguna Copperplate Inscription Butuan Ivory Seal Limestone tombs Batanes citadels Golden Tara Gold Kinnara Ticao Stone Inscription Butuan Silver Paleograph Buddhist art Majapahit conflict Brunei War

Colonial period (1521–1946) Spanish era

First Mass in the Philippines Catholic Church in the Philippines Santo Niño de Cebú Battle of Mactan Sandugo Spanish capture of Manila New Spain Captaincy General Spanish East Indies Manila
Manila
galleon Revolts and uprisings Chinese invasion Castilian War Sulu Sea pirates Doctrina Christiana Dutch invasions Brunei Civil War Bohol secession British Invasion Silang Revolt Confradia de San Jose Florante at Laura Dutch invasions Brunei Civil War Bohol secession British Invasion Florante at Laura Propaganda Movement Gomburza Noli me tangere La Solidaridad El filibusterismo La Liga Filipina Katipunan Cry of Pugad Lawin Philippine Revolution Execution of Rizal Tejeros Convention Execution of Bonifacio Republic of Biak-na-Bato Spanish–American War Battle of Manila
Manila
Bay American capture of Manila Declaration of Independence Siege of Baler Malolos Congress First Republic Philippine–American War Assassination of Gen. Antonio Luna Death of Gen. Gregorio del Pilar Capture of Pres. Aguinaldo

American colonial period

Tagalog Republic Negros Republic Zamboanga Republic Moro Rebellion Iglesia Filipina Independiente Execution of Sakay Philippine Constabulary Insular Government Philippine Assembly Flag Act of 1907 Rizal Monument Iglesia ni Cristo Bayan Ko Jones Law Tydings–McDuffie Act Commonwealth Japanese occupation Establishment of Hukbalahap Fall of Bataan and Corregidor Bataan Death March Second Republic Return of Gen. Douglas MacArthur Battle of Leyte
Battle of Leyte
Gulf Destruction of Manila

Post-colonial period (1946–1986)

Treaty of Manila Third Republic Cold War Hukbalahap
Hukbalahap
Rebellion SEATO Bandung Conference Magsaysay plane crash Filipino First policy Agricultural Land Reform Code North Borneo dispute Jabidah massacre Marcos dictatorship ASEAN Declaration CPP–NPA–NDF rebellion Moro Conflict Spratly islands dispute Vietnamese boat people Assassination of Benigno Aquino Jr. Escalante massacre 1986 Snap Presidential Elections

Contemporary history (1986–present)

People Power Revolution 1986–90 coup attempts MV Doña Paz
MV Doña Paz
Tragedy Pinatubo eruption Sarmenta-Gomez Rape-slay case Execution of Flor Contemplacion Ozone Disco Tragedy Sarah Balabagan case 1997 Asian financial crisis 2000 All-out war against MILF Second EDSA Revolution EDSA III War on Terror Oakwood mutiny Hello Garci scandal 2006 state of national emergency Manila
Manila
Peninsula siege NBN–ZTE deal MV Princess of the Stars
MV Princess of the Stars
Tragedy South China Sea disputes Death of Corazon Aquino Tropical Storm Ondoy Maguindanao massacre Manila
Manila
hostage crisis Corona Impeachment case K+12 Program Pork barrel scam Super Typhoon Yolanda Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement Mamasapano massacre Mary Jane Veloso
Mary Jane Veloso
case Valenzuela factory fire Philippine Drug War Battle of Marawi Shooting of Kian delos Santos Davao City mall fire Death of Joanna Demafelis

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Directors[edit]

José Rizal, Founder Ambrosio Salvador, President of the League Agustin de la Rosa, Fiscal Bonifacio Arevalo, Treasurer Deodato Arellano, Secretary and first Supreme leader of Katipunan

Exile of Rizal[edit]

Domingo Franco, President and Supreme leader Deodato Arellano, Secretary-Treasurer Isidro Francisco, Fiscal Apolinario Mabini, Secretary Marcelo H. del Pilar, editor-in-chief Graciano Lopez Jaena, former editor-in-chief

Other members[edit]

Andrés Bonifacio, Supreme leader of Katipunan
Katipunan
and led the Cry of Pugad Lawin. Mamerto Natividad, One of the leaders of the revolution in Nueva Ecija. Moises Salvador, Master of lodge of the mason in Balagtas. Numeriano Adriano, Chief guard of lodge of the mason in Balagtas. José A. Dizon, Master of lodge of the mason in Taliba. Ambrosio Rianzares Bautista, War adviser during First Philippine Republic, Author of Philippine Declaration of Independence. Timoteo Lanuza, Stated the depose to dispel the Spanish frail in the Philippine in 1889. Marcelino de Santos, Bidder and assistant of La Solidaridad. Paulino Zamora, Master of lodge of the mason in Lusong. Procopio Bonifacio Juan Zulueta, Member of lodge of the mason in Lusong, Member of Supreme Council. Doroteo Ongjunco, Member of lodge of the mason in Lusong Arcadio del Rosario,Publicist of lodge of the mason in Balagtas. Timoteo Paez, Member of Supreme Council

External links[edit]

http://www.msc.edu.ph/centennial/liga.html

Wikisource
Wikisource
has original text related to this article: Constitution of La Liga Filipina

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Philippine Revolution

Battles People

Events

Prelude

Novales Revolt Palmero Conspiracy Gomburza

Concurrent

Cry of Pugad Lawin Bonifacio Plan Katagalugan (Bonifacio) Imus Assembly Tejeros Convention Republic of Biak-na-Bato

Elections Pact

Spanish–American War Declaration of Independence Malolos Congress República Filipina Negros Revolution Republic of Negros Republic of Zamboanga

Epilogue

Treaty of Paris Philippine–American War Katagalugan (Sacay) Moro Rebellion Philippine Autonomy Act of 1916 Commonwealth of the Philippines Treaty of Manila

Organizations

American Anti-Imperialist League Aglipayan Church Katipunan La Liga Filipina Magdalo faction Magdiwang faction Philippine Constabulary Philippine Revolutionary Army Pulajanes Propaganda Movement

Documents

El filibusterismo Kartilya ng Katipunan La Solidaridad Malolos Constitution Mi último adiós Noli Me Tángere

Symbols

Flags of the Philippine Revolution Flag of the Philippines Lupang H

.