Visayans: Cebuano, Geography of the Visayas, Visayan Culture, Visayan History, Visayan People, Battle of Mactan, Imelda Marcos

 
9781158009350: Visayans: Cebuano, Geography of the Visayas, Visayan Culture, Visayan History, Visayan People, Battle of Mactan, Imelda Marcos
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 290. Not illustrated. Chapters: Cebuano, Geography of the Visayas, Visayan Culture, Visayan History, Visayan People, Battle of Mactan, Imelda Marcos, Balangiga Massacre, Loren Legarda, Sergio Osmeña, Eskaya, Panaghoy Sa Suba, Dagohoy Rebellion, Pilita Corrales, Balangiga Bells, Hilario Davide, Jr., Robert Barbers, Sinulog Festival, Kampilan, Jamby Madrigal, Carlos P. Garcia, Code of Kalantiaw, Sergio Osmeña, Iii, Juan Miguel Zubiri, Santo Niño de Cebú, Aklanon People, Tamblot Uprising, Fort San Pedro, Guimaras Oil Spill, Moymoy Palaboy, Paulino Alcántara, Sandugo, Vicente Sotto Iii, Ehra Madrigal, Visayan Languages, John Henry Osmeña, Cebuano People, Pulahan, José Ozámiz, Fabrica, Monique Lhuillier, Cathedral Museum of Cebu, Michelle Madrigal, Joseph Ace Durano, Ciara Sotto, Boholano People, Siege of Catubig, Mactan Air Base, Capiznon Language, Pintados-Kasadyaan, Hinilawod, Karay-A, Cerge Remonde, Battle of Lonoy, Hopevale Martyrs, Battle of Dolores River, Sergio Osmena Sr., Surigaonon People, Leyte Kalipayan Dance Company, Masbateño People, Lapu-Lapu Shrine, Butuanon People, Kalasag, Maria Clara Lobregat, Pedro Rodríguez, Sangyaw, Visayan Sea, Sibuyan Sea, Jintotolo Channel, Cuyunon, Hiligaynon People, Caluyanon Language, Magellan Shrine, Romblomanon People, Irong-Irong, Porohanon, Sibuyanon. Excerpt: Imelda R. Marcos (born Imelda Remedios Visitación Romuáldez; July 2, 1929) is the widow of former Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos, and is herself an influential political figure in the country. She is sometimes referred to as the Steel Butterfly or the Iron Butterfly. Outside the Philippines she is often remembered for symbols of the corrupt extravagance of her husband's political reign, such as having over 3000 pairs of shoes. Her paternal ancestors, the Lopezes of Leyte, were relatively wealthy and prominent, and claimed t...

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