Coffee Table Book. It was a world in revolution. Changes - economic, social, technological, religion, political, intellectual- were transforming the way inhabitants of the Philippines lived and how they perceived themselves. For the 1st time, after more than 3 centuries of Spanish control, they called themselves Filipinos, a people whose destiny was distinct from Spain's. This is their world- The World of 1896.
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Book Description The Bookmark, Inc, Makati City, 1998. First. Small folio; VG+/VG-; black spine with gold text; dustjacket has two 1.5 inch ring stains in the upper left portion of the front cover, fraying and tearing around corners, front and back flaps have some spotting and age discoloration; boards are strong and clean; textblock has some spotting as a result of age, half-title page has gift tag attached with tape and addressed to previous owner, otherwise textblock clean; 271pp. [Oversized book. Additional postage necessary for expedited/international orders. Economy International shipping unavailable due to weight restrictions. For international/expedited customers, please inquire for rates]. Rockville Non-Retail Listings. Bookseller Inventory # 13-7-1265477
Book Description Ateneo de Manila University. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. 9715693032 HARDCOVER BOOK, IN THE DUST JACKET, PUBLISHED BY BOOKMARK PRESS. THE BOOK IS IN FINE CONDITION, LIKE NEW. NO MARKINGS. THE BINDING AND PAGES ARE TIGHT AND CLEAN.This book documents the Philippines at the time of its revolution against Spain. The essays cover such topics as coinage; the Philippine economy; transportation; technology; social life in old Manila; the 19th century Filipino table; 1 1890s garden in Manila; Chinatown; the 19th century Philippine press; Philippine literature in the 19th century; 19th century photography; theater in 19th century Manila; the tale of a theatre; Philippine jewelry at the turn of the century; the Sulu zone; military strategy in 19th century Mindanao; 19th century religion; architecture in the age of revolutions; art at the sunset of Empire. Bookseller Inventory # 27.Q13