History

THE REVOLT OF THE MASSES: THE STORY OF BONIFACIO AND THE KATIPUNAN

$30.00 [1 CP.]

Agoncillo, Teodora
Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press, 1956, 2002. 451 p. Includes Notes, Bibliography, Apendicies and Index Softcover

The noted historian’s classic history of the Katipunan and Andres Bonifacio.

THE KATIPUNAN & THE REVOLUTION: MEMOIRS OF A GENERAL (WITH THE ORIGINAL TAGALOG TEXT)

$27.00 [1 CP.]

Alvarez, Santiago, Translated by Paula Carolina S. Malay
Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press, 1992. 476 p. Index. Softcover

First published in the 1920’s in Sampaguita, the memoirs are a milestone in the historiography of modern Southeast Asia. Santiago provides an authentic voice in recreating an important aspect of Philippine history.

CHILDREN OF THE SUN

$15.00 [1 CP.]

Anderson, Gerald R.
Quezon City: Central Book Supply and Gerald R. Anderson, 2009. 174 p. ; B & W Photographs, Bibliography and Index appended. Softcover

True story of how volunteers saved Olongapo City after Mt. Pinatubo and the exit of the U.S from the Naval Station.

SUBIC BAY FROM MAGELLAN TO PINATUBO: THE HISTORY OF THE U.S. NAVAL STATION, SUBIC BAY

$16.00 [1 CP.]

Anderson, Gerald R.
3d ed. n. l.: Gerald R. Anderson, 2006. 303 p. ; B & W photos, Maps. Softcover

PANAGBENGA, THE BIRTH OF A TRADITION: THE BAGUIO FLOWER FESTIVAL

$18.00 [1 CP.]

Andrada, Bona Elisa R.
Baguio City: John Hay Poro Point Development Corporation, 1998. 67 p. ; Illustrated ; B & W photographs. Softcover

THE ANVIL JOSE RIZAL READER: ON THE OCCASION OF THE SESQUICENTENNIAL OF HIS BIRTH (1861-2011)

$17.75 [5 CPS.]

Edited by: Ani B. Habulan
Metro Manila: Anvil Publishing Inc., 2011. 158 p. ; B & W Illustrated. Includes The Contributors. Softcover

AN INTRODUCTION TO PHILIPPINE HISTORY

$5.80 [OUT OF STOCK]

Arcilla S. J., Jose S.
Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press, 1994. 141 p. Bibliography. Softcover Newsprint

Provides an “…overview of how the Philippines grew into a nation and how it achieved its independence.” A very brief introduction to Philippine history.

THE BAGUIO CITY YEARBOOK

$25.00 [OUT OF STOCK]

Edited by: Chi G. Balmaceda & Jack K. Carino
Baguio City: Heritage Promotions, 2008. 98 p. ; B & W and Color photographs. Softcover

Published annually; a look at Baguio’s past, with vintage photographs showing the City’s evolution.

THE BAGUIO WE KNOW

$12.95 [3 CPS.] Softcover Newsprint / $21.50 [OUT OF STOCK] Softcover

Edited by: Grace Celeste T. Subido
Metro Manila: Anvil, 2009. 127 p. Includes Contributors.

Features essays by 17 writers who know Baguio is more than a superficial tourist destination and a colonial hill station — it is ” … a working retreat for the creative imagination …”

BEFORE GRINGO: HISTORY OF THE PHILIPPINE MILITARY, 1830 TO 1972

$15.00 [1 CP.]

Berlin, Donald L.
Metro Manila: Anvil, 2009. 155 p. Includes Appendix, Selected Bibliography and a Biographical Sketch of the Author. Softcover

From the back cover: “This Vintage book takes issue with the popular conception that the military politicization began only under Marcos by contending that it actually has a longer history … ” The author lives in Honolulu.

THE BALANGIGA CONFLICT REVISITED

$16.00 [1 CP.]

Borrinaga, Rolando O.
Map ; Quezon City: New Day Publishers, 2003. 198 p. Includes Bibliography. Softcover

Covers the “worst single defeat” inflicted on the U.S. during the Fil-Am War of 1898. The word, “conflict,” is used rather than “massacre.” The bells controversy is also discussed, but not the retaliation by Gen. Smith.

THE CEBU WE KNOW

$19.00 [1 CP.]

Edited by: Erma M. Cuizon
Metro Manila: Anvil, 2009. 186 p. ; Illustrated. Includes Biographical Sketches of the Contributors. Softcover

THE MAKING OF A FILIPINO: A STORY OF PHILIPPINE COLONIAL POLITICS 1991

$6.90 [OUT OF STOCK]

Constantinio, Renato. 342 p. Bibliography. Index. Softcover Newsprint

Presents history–Philippine colonial politics– as intellectual biography from the nationalist point of view.

PANGASINAN: A JOURNEY INTO THE PHILIPPINES

$43.75 [1 CP.]

Davies, Ben
Bahamas: LUNA Publications Ltd., 1997. 120 p. : Color Map & Color Photographs. Hardcover

A lush look at the Province of Pangasinan. Beautiful photos; interesting text. For anyone who has lived and loves this interesting slice of the Philippines.

A LOOK AT PHILIPPINE HISTORY

$6.00 [4 CPS.]

de la Costa, H., M. Foronda, P. Galende, L. Gleeck et al. St. Paul Press, 1992. 69 p. Black & white photos. Softcover

A condensed history of the Philippines based on essays by renowned historians.

THE OTHER PHILIPPINE HISTORY TEXTBOOK: BOOK 1, PRECOLONIAL PHILIPPINES TO THE PHILIPPINE REVOLUTION

$19.00 [2 CPS.]

Diaz, Christine L.
Metro Manila: Anvil, 2009. 227 p. ; illustrated. Includes Glossary and Bibliography. Softcover

Writes of Philippine history beyond textbook facts and figures.

THE OTHER PHILIPPINE HISTORY TEXTBOOK: BOOK 2, THE AMERICAN PERIOD TO THE PRESENT

19.00 [2 CPS.]

Diaz, Christine L. Metro Manila: Anvil, 2009. 204 p. ; illustrated. Includes Glossary and Bibliography. Softcover

Writes of Philippine history beyond textbook facts and figures

THE DIORAMA EXPERIENCE [DVD]

$15.00 [OUT OF STOCK]

Metro Manila: Ayala Museum., 2006. 55 minutes.

A visual journey through the history of the Philippines.

DOCUMENTS ON THE 1898 DECLARATION OF PHILIPPINE INDEPENDENCE, THE MALOLOS CONSTITUTION AND THE FIRST PHILIPPINE REPLUBLIC/ACTA EL LA PROCLAMACION DE INDEPENDENCIA EL PUEBLO FILIPINO

$9.00 [1 CP.]

Metro Manila: National Historical Institute, 1997. 68 p. : illustrated. (Centennial Publication) Softcover

FRAGMENTS OF A CITY’S HISTORY

$11.00 [2 CPS.]

Nel B. Florendo, Raymuno D. Rovillos and Delfin Tolentino, Jr., Compilers
Baguio City: University of the Philippines Baguio, 2009. 75 p. ; B & W photographs. Includes Acknowledgements Softcover

Published for Baguio’s Centennial, this collection attempts to provide a history of the mile high city through documentary (primary) sources

CORDILLERA: DIVERSITY IN CULTURE CHANGE: SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY OF HILL PEOPLE IN NORTHERN LUZON, PHILIPPINES

$18.00 [1 CP.]

Goda, Toh
Quezon City: New Day, 2001. 153 p. Softcover

From Back Cover: ” … a comparative study of cultures in Northern Luzon, namely the Bontok and Ifugao …”

INVENTED EDEN: THE ELUSIVE , DISPUTED HISTORY OF THE TASADAY

$30.00 [1 CP.]

Hemley, Robin
Metro Manila: Anvil, 2004. 339 p. ; B & W photographs. Includes Notes, Selected Bibliography and Index. Softcover

Covers the “middle ground” between the Tasaday skeptics and Elizalde/PANAMIN.

MANILA, MY MANILA

$35.00 [OUT OF STOCK]

Joaquin, Nick
Metro Manila: Bookmark, 1999. 365 p. Hardcover

Manila through the eyes and pen of Mr. Joaquin.

A QUESTION OF HEROES

$21.00 [1 CP.]

Joaquin, Nick
Metro Manila: Anvil Publishing, 2005. 237 p. Softcover

Originally published in 1977 by the Filipinas Foundation, these critical essays on ten key figures in Philippine history – ranging from Burgos to Ricarte — provide “ … fresh insight into the heroes and their role in the Philippine revolutionary tradition.”

A SPANIARD IN AGUINALDO’S ARMY: THE MILITARY JOURNAL OF TELEFORO CARRASCO Y PEREZ

$11.00 [OUT OF STOCK]

Joaquin, Nick
Mandalyuong, Metro Manila: Solar Publishing Corporation, 186. 257 p. Softcover Newsprint

Telsforo Carasco y Perez is an Andalusian who was a Philippine Revolution veteran and fought under Aguinaldo. This translation of his diary also includes the original Spanish text.

DAY OF DISQUIET, NIGHTS OF RAGE: THE FIRST QUARTER STORM & RELATED EVENTS

$15.75 [3 CPS.]

Lacaba, Jose F.
Introdcution by Quijano de Manila. Metro Manila: Anvil Publishing Inc., 1982, 2003. xxvi, 191 p. ; B & W photographs. Softcover

A SOLDIER’S LETTER: APRIL 19, 1900, LIPA, BATANGAS, PHILIPPINES

$9.00 [OUT OF STOCK]

Lucian, Justin
Manila: De La Salle University Press, 1995. 36 p. Includes References. Softcover

Provides interesting details on life in Batangas, based on an American soldier’s letter. It also gives details on how Filipino troops resisted “pacification”.

THE PHILIPPINES: HISTORY, GEOGRAPHY, CUSTOMS, AGRICULTURE, INDUSTRY & COMMERCE OF THE SPANISH COLONIES IN OCEANIA

$16.00 [OUT OF STOCK]

Mallat, Jean
Manila: National Historical Institute, 1994. 528 p. Index & pull out charts. Softcover

A translation of the original 1846 French text that gives a comprehensive account of the colonial historical development of the Philippines.

THE MANILA WE KNEW

$14.50 [2 CPS.]

Edited by Erlinda E. Panlilio, Original art by Manuel D. Baldemor
Metro Manila: Anvil Publishing, 2006. 144 p. ; b & w photographs ; illustrated. Includes Glossary and Biographical Sketches of the Writers. Softcover

Affectionate essays by 14 Manileños.

THE PHILIPPINE REVOLUTION

$15.00 [OUT OF STOCK]

Mabini, Apolinario, Translated by Leon Ma. Guerrero.
Metro Manila: National Historical Commission, 1969. 72 p. Hardcover

THE MALOLOS CONGRESS

$14.50 [1 CP.]

Manila: National Historical Institute, 1999. Softcover

THE BUDDHA, THE GOLD, & THE MYTH

$25.00 [2 CPS.]

McDougal, Charles C. T.
San Francisco: San Francisco Publishers, 1997. 263 p. Includes Notes, Select Bibliography and Index. Softcover

Purports to show how Marcos looted the Central Bank and provides details on the search for Yamashita’s treasure.

MABUHAY: SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY, A WORLD WAR II EXPERIENCE. 1989

$8.00 [1 CP.]

Meyers, Ralph “Gene”
Softcover

This is a book about patriotism, Americana, history and a story that typifies millions of American servicemen in World War II.

MINUTES OF THE KATIPUNAN

$12.00 [OUT OF STOCK]

English Ed. Manila: National Historical Institute, 1964, 1996. 247 p. (Commemorative Publication on the Centenary of the Philippine Revolution 1896-1996). Includes Appendices. Hardcover

MEANING AND HISTORY

$6.25 [ 3 CPS.]

Ocampo, Ambeth R.
Metro Manila: Anvil Publishing Inc., 2011. xxi, 123 p. Includes Bibliography. (Signed by the author) Softcover

PRE-SPANISH MANILA: A RECONSTRUCTION OF THE PRE-HISTORY OF MANILA

$10.00 [1 CP.]

Peralta, Jesus T. & Salazar, Lucila A.
Metro Manila: National Historical Institute, 1974, 1993. 85 p. ; illustrated. Includes Index. Softcover

Attempts to reconstruct the development of the City of Manila as a place of habitation and a community of men.

WHITE LOVE AND OTHER EVENTS IN FILIPINO HISTORY

$21.50 [1 CP.]

Rafael, Vicente L.
Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press, 2000 ; illustrated ; Softcover

A ” … wide-ranging cultural and political history of Filipinos and the Philippines … from the onset of U.S. colonialism in 1898 to the emergence of the Filipino diaspora in the 1990s …” 286 p. Includes Notes, Bibliography and Index.

RIZAL IN OUR TIME

$8.25 [3 CPS.]

San Juan, E., Jr.
Revised Edition. Metro Manila: Anvil Publishing Inc., 2011. xvi, 212 p. Includes References and Sources. Softcover

BARANGAY: SIXTEENTH-CENTURY PHILIPPINE CULTURE & SOCIETY

$27.00 [OUT OF STOCK]

Scott, William Henry
Quezon City: Ateneo University Press, 1994. 306 p. Bibliography & Index. Softcover

“This book presents a sixteenth-century Philippine ethnography based on contemporaneous sources.”–from the introduction.

CRACKS IN THE PARCHMENT CURTAIN AND OTHER ESSAYS IN PHILIPPINE HISTORY

$15.00 [OUT OF STOCK]

Scott, William Henry
Quezon City: New Day Publishers, 1982. 312p. Includes Index. Softcover

Seventeen essays that give the reader a glimpse of unknown facts of Filipino life glinting through the shadows of three centuries of Spanish rule and a turn of the century struggle against foreign aggression.

THE DISCOVERY OF THE IGOROTS

$30.00 [OUT OF STOCK]

Scott, William Henry
Revised ed. Quezon City: New Day, 1974, 1988. 370 p. Includes Bibliography and Index. Softcover

Scott’s classic on Spanish interaction with the Igorots.

ILOCANO RESPONSES TO AMERICAN AGGRESSION 1900-1901

$19.00 [2 CPS.]

Scott, William Henry
Quezon City: New Day, 1988. 253 p. Softcover

From back cover: ” … rescues from almost total oblivion the dramatic story of the Ilocano struggle to defend the Philippine Republic against foreign invasion during the Fil-Am War in 1900-1901 …”

PREHISTORIC SOURCE MATERIALS FOR THE STUDY OF PHILIPPINE HISTORY

$20.00 [OUT OF STOCK]

Scott, William Henry
Revised ed. Quezon City: New Day, 1984, 2000. Includes Notes, Bibliography and Index. Softcover

THE SENATE THAT SAID NO

$25.00 [1 CP.]

Salonga, Jovito R.
Quezon City: University of Philippines Press, 1995. 383 p. Hardcover

A four year record of the first post-EDSA Senate in the Philippines. The author reveals the complexities and ramifications of decision-making in the legislative, the executive, and to some extent, the judicial branches of government.

THE PHILIPPINE REVOLUTION: THE LEADER’S VIEW

$17.00 [1 CP.]

Sison, Jose Maria with Rainier Werning
New York: Crane Russak, 1989. xxix, 241 p. : illustrated, maps, portraits. Softcover

The most prominent leader of the Philippine Left describes Philippine history and the political, social and economic crises facing Philippine society, in an interview with Dr. Werning.

MANILA: HISTORY, PEOPLE & CULTURE

$19.00 [OUT OF STOCK]

Wilfredo V. Villacora, Isagani R. Cruz & Ma. Lourdes Brillante, eds.
Metro Manila: De La Salle University Press, 1989. 426 p. Softcover

The proceedings of the Manila Studies conference. This collection of papers, covers a wide range of subjects, including the historical, economic, political, social and cultural aspects of Manila’s development.

VOICE FROM AMERICA, A BROADCASTERS DIARY 1941-1944

$20.00 [OUT OF STOCK]

Winter, William
Metro Manila: Anvil, 1994. 221 p. Softcover

A legend in the Philippines, Mr. Winter’s shortwave commentaries from San Francisco were heard by Filipinos every day during the Japanese occupation. This is the diary of the man behind that voice. During the war, Radio Tokyo singled him out as its number one propaganda target because of the effectiveness of his commentaries to people in the Philippines and other occupied areas.

A BROKEN MIRROR: PROTESTANT FUNDAMENTALISM IN THE PHILIPPINES

$22.00 [2 CPS.]

Woods, Shelton
Quezon City: New Day, 2002. Softcover

BOYS FROM THE BARRACKS

$10.50 [OUT OF STOCK]

Yabes, Criselda
Metro Manila: Anvil, 1991. 256 p. B & W photos. Softcover

“The retelling of the Philippine military after EDSA. A riveting account of contemporary Philippine military history with an ending that has yet to unfold. The author lifts the veil on some of the untold stories behind the coup attempts and deftly unfurls the mind sets and personalities of the men who have attempted to seize power.”

POLITICS OF PLUNDER, THE PHILIPPINE UNDER MARCOS (SECOND EDITION WITH AN EPILOGUE)

$25.00

Aquino, Belinda A.
Diliman, Quezon City: National College of Public Administration and Governance, University of the Philippines, 1999. 278 pp, Softcover

This book is a seminal work that tries to piece together the dimensions of the Marcos plunder and how it happened. Using more than 2,000 documents that surfaced after the 1986 “People Power Revolution”, the author unravels the eight ways to “rob a nation” by Marcos and his cronies at the height of the martial law regime. The book offers a wealth of information and data on the corruption of the Marcos years.

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