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Philippine Islands. Porto Rico I Porto Rico. 6: Philippine trade statistics 1. 1: Porto Rican trade statistics. Other editions - View all. Annual Report of the Chief of the Bureau of Insular Affairs United States. Bureau of Insular Affairs Full view - Annual Report of the Chief of the Bureau of Insular Affairs.
The author also illustrates as a military necessity, the importance and ethics of having and showing respect for the culture you patrol and fight within. The book describes in detail the bad that happened during that time, but seems to move quickly over some notorious events.
The book does well as bringing the reader into the actual time and place/5(32). Bureau of Insular Affairs: Annual report of the Philippine Civil Service Board to the Civil Governor of the Philippine Islands.
(Manila: Bureau of Public Printing, ), also by Philippines. Civil Service Board and United States Philippine Commission () (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). Bullets and Bolos is the memoir of Colonel John White's 15 years in the Philippines as a member of the Philippine Constabulary during the American occupation of the islands.
The Constabulary, established inwas organized to quell unrest on the islands/5(32). Manuel Luis Quezon y Molina (19 August – 1 August ) was a Filipino statesman, soldier and politician who served as president of the Commonwealth of the Philippines from to He was the first Filipino to head a government of the entire Philippines (as opposed to the government of previous Philippine states), and is considered to have been the second Died: 1 August (aged 65), Saranac Report on the trade of the Philippine Islands, New.
Page - CORPORATIONS. Under authority of an act of Congress, approved February 6,the insular government guarantees 4 per cent interest for a period not to exceed 30 years on the first-lien bonds issued by the Philippine Railway Co.
for the construction of certain lines in the islands of Panay and Cebu. Philippines: The penal code of the Philippine Islands: with notations of decisions of the Supreme Courts of the United States and of the Philippine Islands, found in volumes 1 to 15 of the Philippine reports / (Manila: Bureau of Printing, ) (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Philippines: The Philippine act.
The Committee on the Philippines was a standing committee of the United States Senate from to The committee was established by Senate resolution on Decemto oversee administration of the Philippines, which Spain had ceded to the United States as part of the settlement of the Spanish–American committee was established by Senate.
Panay is the sixth-largest and fourth most-populous island in the Philippines, with a total land area of 12, km 2 (4, sq mi) and with a total population of 4, Panay comprises percent of the entire population of the country. The City of Iloilo is its largest settlement with a total population ofinhabitants.
It is a triangular island, located in the western part of the Location: South East Asia. Textual Records: Office files of Solicitor William H.
Lamar, Opinions,Letters sent,Selected case files,concerning use of the mails for fraud, sedition, lotteries, false advertising, transportation of obscene matter, and other violations of postal laws and regulations, with indexes.
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Rubber-growing industry of the Philippine islands; cost of production & profits Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library Rights/Permissions: Where applicable, subject to copyright. Other restrictions on distribution may apply. A prominent entrepreneur before entering Congress, Benito Legarda served as one of the first Resident Commissioners from the Philippines.
Elected to the U.S. House of Representatives inLegarda used his vast business experience to influence tariff legislation in an effort to reshape the Philippines’ economy.
He was close friends with President William H. Taft—the. Primary sources related to China. message from the President of the United States, transmitting the report of the committee appointed by the Philippine Commission to investigate the use of opium and the traffic therein, and the rules, ordinances, and laws regulating such use and traffic in Japan, Formosa, Shanghai, Hongkong, Saigon, Singapore, Burma, Java, and the Philippine.
Image 25 of Commerce and industries of Alaska, Hawaii, Porto Rico, and the Philippine Islands, COMMERCE AND INDUSTRIES OF ALASKA. 17 The herring fisheries employed, inpersons, and the value of the catch was about $, The. James Alexander Robertson () papers, including information on politics in the Philippines in the early 20th cent., religion in the islands, the administration of the Philippine Library in Manila, and U.
control of the : Fe Susan Go. Report of the Philippine Commission to the Secretary of War by United States () Index to official published documents relating to Cuba and insular possessions of the United States: by United States (Book). Condition in the Philippine Islands: Report of the Special Mission to the Philippine Islands to the Secretary of War, 67th Cong., 2nd sess., H.
Doc. (): 10– Condition in the Philippine Islands: 45– Leonard Wood was especially critical of the territorial government, condemning it for a “lack of competent supervision. Arrack is a distilled alcoholic drink typically produced in the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia, made from the fermented sap of coconut flowers or sugarcane, and also with grain (e.g.
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Auto trade groups warn that Trump's tariffs could cost hundreds of thousands of U.S. jobs and even as far away as the Philippine Islands. In the United States terminated the According to the book, particularly in Documento No.
98, Ophir can be found by travelling from the Cape of Good Hope in Africa, to India, to Burma, to Sumatra, to Moluccas, to Borneo, to Sulu, then finally Ophir in the Pacific, then to Taiwan (China), and other Pacific Islands and back to Ophir and then finally to search for Ophir by.
It is not too soon, however, to present a history of the Philippines, even though imperfectly written, to the Philippine people themselves; and if this book serves to direct young men and young women to a study of the history of their own island country, it will have fulfilled its purpose.
The Development of the Philippines and of Japan. Any complete history of the Model must start a decade or more before that legendary year, and half a world away in the Philippines. It was here in the tropical heat of those islands that US Soldiers and Marines found themselves locked in combat with fanatic local insurgents and the immediate need for an effective, large caliber defensive pistol became.
The Philippine Constabulary was a gendarmerie-type police force of the Philippines from to It was created by the American colonial government to replace the Spanish colonial Guardia Civil.
Its purpose was to maintain peace, law, and order in the various provinces of the Philippine : Ron Norman. Serial No. 30 December From: Chief of Naval Operations To: Commandant, Eleventh Naval District.
Subject: Report and Suggestions regarding handling Japanese Question on West Coast by C.B. Munson, dated DecemLos Angeles, California.
Copy of subject report was forwarded to the District Intelligence Officer, Eleventh Naval District, on. Janu it passes Public Act No • An act establishing a department of public instruction in the Philippine Islands, and appropriating forty thousand dollars ($40,) for the organization and maintenance of a normal, and a trade school in Manila, and fifteen thousand dollars ($15,) for the organization and maintenance of an.
Issuing body varies: //03, by the Bureau of Statistics (Treasury Dept.); //11, by the Bureau of Statistics (Dept. of Commerce and Labor); /, by the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce; by the Bureau of the Census Prepared by the Foreign Trade Division, SERBIB/SERLOC merged recordPages: Philippine Yearbook totitle varies: Philippines Yearbook, Philippines Herald Year Book, Philippine Yearbook QBBPW Quarterly Bulletin, Bureau of Public Works RCUS U.S., Reports of the Consuls of the United States RGGPI Report of the Governor General of the Philippine IslandsFile Size: KB.
Storm at Apia, Samoa, March Since the s, American merchant ships had been traveling the Pacific Ocean to China, trading ginseng, furs, and silver dollars for tea, chinaware, and silks. As this trade increased during the 19th century, United States diplomatic policy focused on securing commercial access to both Chinese ports and the many island groups across the.
The following selections are a collection of primary source documents and contextual information about events related to U.S.
foreign relations. The majority of them come from History Matters at George Mason University. The documents reflect a variety of approaches that can be taken to examine U.S.
foreign policy and diplomatic history. They are listed by general chronological. It happened in the Philippines aboutwhen Gen. John J. Pershing was in command of the garrison.
There had been numerous Islamic terrorist attacks, so "Black Jack" told his boys to catch the.^ Cf. BLAIR, Emma Helen & ROBERTSON, James Alexander, eds.
(). The Philippine Islands, – Volume 04 of 55 (–). Historical introduction and additional notes by Edward Gaylord BOURNE. Cleveland, Ohio: Arthur H. Clark Company. ISBN OCLC