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Jayson P. Guiao READINGS IN THE PHILIPPINE HISTORY BSEE-1EB 03/11/2021 1. Make a timeline of what happened on 27 April 1521 from the point of view of the Spaniards and from the point of view of the natives. Then present your timelines in class. Together, compare the two timelines Point of view of the Spaniards DATE EVENT March 16, 1521 Ferdinand Magellan arrived in the Philippines and was setting the groundwork for starting a new colony of Spain. March 17, 1521 Magellan ordered his men to anchor their ships on Homonhon Island Beaches, he made friendship with the chief of LImasawa. The local chiefs were ordered to offer them with supplies as a tribute for the Spanish King. April 26, 1521 Magellan was suggested by Rajah Humabon and Datu Zula to go to the Mactan Island and kill rival chief Datu LapuLapu, one of the two chiefs in the Mactan Island. However, he refused the aid of the two leaders and only asked them to watch him fight. April 27, 1521 In the invasion of Mactan Island where LapuLapu had rallied his supporters, Magellan led a force of 49 armed men. They cannot bring the ship close to the shore because of the rocks. They decided to fight with muskets and hand to hand gun. May 1, 1521 The fighting became viscous. The Spanish killed many natives but it only made the natives cry grew louder. They burned down their house and persuaded them more. Injured Magellan commanded hi men to slowly retreat, the natives have wounded their legs. But this didn’t stopped the natives pursuit. They remembered Magellan and turned to him. He knocked his

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