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THANK YOU SO MUCH to Mabinay Mayor Jango Uy Myla Mae Bromo-Abellana & Provincial Tourism Office staff, Sir Gary & Mabinay Tourism office, Department of Tourism Central Visayas staff & Rowena Lu Y. Montecillo for the warm reception and thank sa akong favorite Turmeric Tea. God bless u all.

Resource Speaker on the Topic " Negros Oriental History with Arts & Culture History " Eco- Guide Training for cave guides Nov .25,2015 Function Hall ,Mabinay Spring Resort

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Local History of Negros Oriental

  1. 1. Local History of Negros Oriental Josefino T. Larena Jr. ,CPS,CPE,MPA
  2. 2. Old Map of Negros 1572
  3. 3. Old name of Negros • When the Spanish explorers landed in Negros Oriental in 1565, they found natives who called the place “Buglas”, named after a kind of tall grass resembling the present-day sugar cane plant. Buglas grass was then abundantly growing in the island. • He black natives called Ata or Agta (Negrito) and the Proto-Malay also known as Bukidnon with dark brown skin.
  4. 4. Founder of Negros It was only in 1571 or fifty years later when Legazpi came that the Spaniards discovered the island of Negros.
  5. 5. Spanish Era
  6. 6. Agriculture Development in 1850
  7. 7. Coming of the Mexicans in the 17th century
  8. 8. Negros Oriental Revolution
  9. 9. American Rule
  10. 10. • Suffrage
  11. 11. Contribution of American Era in Negros Oriental • American Education • Protestantism • Educational System • Humanities & Sciences • Public Administration • Urban Planning • Forest management • Suffrage • English Language
  12. 12. Government of Negros Oriental during American Period
  13. 13. First Sugar Central in Asia 1918
  14. 14. Sen Bindoy Teves Villanueva
  15. 15. Japanese Era
  16. 16. Negros /Dumaguete Underground Movement Jovenal Somoza Eduardo Blanco
  17. 17. Post War Era
  18. 18. Post War Era Education • Foundation College now Foundation University in 1948
  19. 19. Negrense Society after the War
  20. 20. Martial Law
  21. 21. Martial Law Literature • Elsa Victoria Martinez Coscolluela is the only Filipino dramatist in Palanca’s Hall of Fame
  22. 22. Buglasan Festival since 1980s
  23. 23. Edsa Revolution
  24. 24. Post Edsa Revolution
  25. 25. Tourism Development
  26. 26. Macias Administration
  27. 27. Gov. Roel Ragay Degamo
  28. 28. Degamo Administration
  29. 29. Negros Island Region
  30. 30. Dumaguete City Mayor Manuel Teves Sagarbarria with our sister City Mayors- Trish Herrera Spencer of Alameda City and Park Se-bok of Yeongdong, South Korea
  31. 31. Making a History in 2016
  32. 32. Thank you so much
  • baronskie

    Sep. 5, 2018
  • carmelaDeGracai

    Jul. 14, 2018

THANK YOU SO MUCH to Mabinay Mayor Jango Uy Myla Mae Bromo-Abellana & Provincial Tourism Office staff, Sir Gary & Mabinay Tourism office, Department of Tourism Central Visayas staff & Rowena Lu Y. Montecillo for the warm reception and thank sa akong favorite Turmeric Tea. God bless u all. Resource Speaker on the Topic " Negros Oriental History with Arts & Culture History " Eco- Guide Training for cave guides Nov .25,2015 Function Hall ,Mabinay Spring Resort

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