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The last part is the birth of General Emilio Aguinaldo which presented the various influences that molded the strong leader.

The event is, again, one of the many build-up activities leading to Aguinaldo’s sesquicentennial birth celebration on March 22.

In Miguel Morayta, professor at the Central University of Madrid and Grand Master of the Grande Oriente Español, they saw a true mentor and friend.

Soon they were able to establish the first Filipino Lodges in Spain, Logia Revolución, followed by Logia Solidaridad.

But two of his acts though unrelated, later provided the fuel and the spark that ignited friar reprisals, which in turn accelerated the growth of Filipino activism.

First was his open support of the call for the Filipinization of the clergy and secularization of parishes led by Filipino priest Father Jose Burgos.

However, the Spanish friars, ever wary of civic organizations among Filipinos and with deep hatred of Rizal, reacted by having him banished to Dapitan.

Bedruz added, “this is how I envisioned my job, as curator (should be), on how we can come up with programs that will encourage people to look back on the significant events of history and make them appreciate and understand it more.”The exhibit presented the three main events that happened in 1869: the opening of Suez Canal, the leadership of Governor General Carlos Maria dela Torre in the Philippines, and the birth of Emilio Aguinaldo – the President of the First Philippine Republic, said NHCP Historic Sites and Education Division chief Gina Batuhan.

The opening of Suez Canal – one of the important artificial sea-level waterways in the world - on Nov.

MEA is located at Kaingen here and is open from 8 a.m.

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