ZAMBOANGA HISTORY Notes:
1Federal Research Division: Library of Congress, Philippines: A Country Study.
11Dr. Antonio de Morga, HISTORY OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, VOL I AND II (1907).
2Vic Hurley, Swish of the Kris: The Story of The Moros.
3Church-State relations in the Philippines during the Spanish Colonial Period.
A Sourcebook by: PhilippineHistory.net
(Source: Blair & Robertson, The Philippine Islands, volume 25, pp. 104-107)
6John Foreman, The Philippines, , Second Series Vol. II, offprint copy of 1906 edition.
7Melchor de Vera, S.J., was born at Madrid in 1585, and after being received into the Society in 1604, went to the Philippines in 1606, where he labored in the missions of the Bisayas and in Mindanao. He served as rector of Carigara, and superior at Dapitan and Zamboanga. His death occurred at the residence at Cebú, April 13, 1646. He was a good civil and military architect, and planned and directed the building of the fortifications at Zamboanga, and constructed the church of his residence at Cebú. See Sommervogel’s Bibliographie and Murillo Velarde’s Historia, book ii, chap. xxi.
8Emma Helen Blair & James Alexander Robertson, with Edward Gaylord Bourne, The PHILIPPINE ISLANDS 1493-1898, VOL XLVII ---- 1728-1759.
Copyright © 1997-2006 Zamboanga.com®. All Rights Reserved.