vol. 64, no. 1 (2018)
The Journal of History


The Journal of History is the official publication of the Philippine National Historical Society (first named Philippine Historical Society), an organization of historians and practitioners of history, organized in February 1941. It is a nationally refereed journal that publishes selected papers from the National Conferences on National and Local History of the Philippine National Historical Society which have been recommended by an Editorial Advisory Board. The Journal publishes articles on local/regional and national history presented by young and upcoming scholars as well as recognized historians and other specialists on Philippine culture and society. It promotes studies of local history in the context of national history and encourages multidisciplinary study in related social science disciplines. All the articles in the following journal issues of The Journal of History are for open access:

Publisher: Philippine National Historical Society

Potential Citation/s: 161

Category: History |

ISSN 0117-2840 (Print)

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The Chinese Presence in Northern Luzon: An Exploratory Study

Teresita Ang See

The Dominicans in the Parish of San Pedro Telmo in Aparri, Cagayan, 1680-1898

Regalado Trota Jose

Northern Luzon: Historical Interpretations of Regional Space

Maria Nela B. Florendo

On the Dying Art of Kalinga Tattooing

Michael G. Layugan

Until When Will the Last “Mengal” Stand? History’s Challenge for the Preservation of a Recalcitrant Local Language (The Case of the Malaueg Tongue)

Ferdinand T. Maguigad

The Kalinga Archaeological Excavation

Marian Reyes-Magloyuan | Maricar Belarmino

Understanding Prehistoric Shellfish Utilization in Cagayan Valley, Northern Philippines

Ame M. Garong

Miscommunication, Misunderstanding and Misuse in the Early Spanish Philippines, from Cebu to Aparri

John N. Crossley

Holy Week Processions in the Philippines: A Devotional and Artistic Tradition on the Rise (The Case of the Parish Church of Our Lady of the Abandoned in Marikina)

Juan O. Mesquida

The William Kerr Botanical Journal of 1805 in the Philippines

Domingo A. Madulid | Tomas B. Colvin

A Possible Laurel-Ricarte Alliance of 1944

Motoe Terami-wada

Leyte in Transition, 1768-1780: Contextualizing Two Accounts of Fr. Agustin Maria de Castro, OSA, Augustinian Missionary

Rolando O. Borrinaga

From Hunter to Prey: The Japanese Account of the Liberation of Negros Island

Earl Jude Paul L. Cleope

Islamic Consciousness Reflected in the Contemporary Creative Literature of Sulu

Calbi A. Asain

Enhancing the Study/Teaching of Philippine History and Culture in Basic and Higher Education and Creating an Inclusive History – Martial Law (1972-1986), The History of Muslim and Indigenous Peoples (IPs)

Bernardita Reyes Churchill