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1902, October 1

Fr. Gregorio Aglipay and others frame the constitution of the Iglesia Filipina Independiente, the leadership of which Aglipay had accepted in September. Also on this date, Fr. Pedro Brillantes is consecrated bishop of Ilocos Norte. (This Church was proclaimed by Isabelo de los Reyes of Vigan on August 2, 1902.) [Iglesia Filipina Independiente, Scharpf]


Enriqueta de Peralta of Dingras writes patriotic poems in Iloco, during the first decade of American colonial rule known as the era of suppressed nationalism. [Quindoza, NHI]

1901, May 1

General Manuel Tinio and his troops surrender to General J. Franklin Bell at Sinait, the last general in the Ilocos to do so and two months after Aguinaldo had capitulated. [Ochosa, Spence]

1901, April 26

Fr. Aglipay surrenders to Col. William S. McCaskey at Laoag. (He had been convinced to do so in a conference in Dingras with Dr Telesforo Ejercito, a personal friend of Aglipay but now an emissary of the Federal Party.) [Ochosa]