Its individuals were for the most part laborers and workers the urban white

Its individuals were for the most part laborers and

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Its individuals were for the most part laborers and workers; the urban white collar class bolstered change as opposed to upset.
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BUTUAN CITY - Butuan (articulated/bu tw n/), formally the City of Butuan (Butuanon: ːˈ ɑː Dakbayan hong Butuan; Cebuano: Dakbayan sa Butuan; Tagalog: Lungsod ng Butuan) and frequently alluded to as Butuan City, is a profoundly urbanized city in the Philippines and the local focal point of Caraga. It is situated at the northeastern piece of the Agusan Valley, Mindanao, rambling over the Agusan River. It is limited toward the north, west and south by Agusan del Norte, toward the east by Agusan del Sur and toward the northwest by Butuan Bay. As per the 2015 enumeration, it has a populace of 337,063 individuals. Butuan City was the capital of the region of Agusan del Norte until 2000, when Republic Act 8811 moved the funding to Cabadbaran City. For measurable and geological purposes, Butuan City is assembled with Agusan del Norte yet represented authoritatively free from the area however administratively regulated by the region's first congressional region.
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DUARTE BARBOSA - Duarte Barbosa (c. 1480, Lisbon, Portugal – 1 May 1521, Philippines) was a Portuguese essayist and official from Portuguese India (somewhere in the range of 1500 and 1516). He was a scrivener in a processing plant in Cannanore, and a mediator of the nearby language, Malayalam. Barbosa composed the Book of Duarte Barbosa (Livro de Duarte Barbosa) c. 1516, making it probably the soonest case of Portuguese travel writing. In 1519, Barbosa set out on the principal campaign to circumnavigate the world, drove by his brother by marriage Ferdinand Magellan. He passed on in 1521 at the Battle of Mactan on Cebu Island in the Philippines. In 1502, Gonçalo was moved to Cannanore, and Barbosa went with him. - There, Barbosa learned Malayalam, the nearby language. Barbosa filled in as the mediator for Alfonso de Albuquerque's contact with the Rajah of Cannanore the following year (1503). In 1513, Barbosa marked a letter to King Manuel I of Portugal as Clerk of Cannanore, Duarte Barbosa Born c. 1480 Lisbon, Kingdom of Portugal Died 1 May 1521 Cebu, Philippines Nationality Portuguese Occupation Writer, scrivener, pioneer Signature guaranteeing the situation of ace representative, and the year after that (1514), Afonso de Albuquerque
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utilized Barbosa's situation as a mediator to endeavor to change over the King of Kochi. JUAN DE PLANSENCIA - Juan de Plasencia was a Spanish minister of the Franciscan Order. He was among the main gathering of Franciscan ministers who showed up in the Islands on July 2, 1578. He burned through a large portion of his preacher life in the Philippines, where he established various towns in Luzon and wrote a few strict and semantic books, most eminently the Doctrina Cristiana (Christian Doctrine), the primary book at any point imprinted in the Philippines. Juan de Plasencia was conceived in the mid sixteenth century as Juan Portocarrero in Plasencia, in the area of Extremadura, Spain. He was one of the seven offspring of Pedro Portocarrero, a commander of a Spanish yacht. Juan de Plasencia grew up during the period known as the Siglo de Oro, a Golden Age
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