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  2. The Moro Rebellion (1899–1913) was an armed conflict between the Moro people and the United States military during the Philippine–American War . The word "Moro" – the Spanish word for "Moor" [3] – is a term for Muslim people who lived in the Southern Philippines, an area that includes Mindanao, Jolo and the neighboring Sulu Archipelago . Background

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      The armed struggle against the Spanish, Americans, Japanese,...

  3. The Spanish–Moro conflict (Spanish: La Guerra Español y Moro; Tagalog: Sagupaang Kastila at Moro, Labanang Kastila at Moro) was a series of battles in the Philippines lasting several centuries. It began during the Spanish Philippines and lasted until the Spanish–American War , when Spain finally began to subjugate the Moro people after ...

    • 1565–1898 (333 years)
    • Zamboanga, Sulu, Mindanao, Visayas, Palawan
  4. Nov 3, 2017 · While the Moro Rebellion lasted roughly from 1903 to 1913, it’s perhaps more accurate to describe the insurgency by Muslim southern Filipinos—dubbed Moros by the Spanish—as a 600-year struggle for religious autonomy and independence that has never really ended. In 1903 U.S. commanders in the Philippines weren’t hamstrung by the lack of ...

  5. The Moro Rebellion (1901-1913) occurred after the conclusion of the Philippine-American War and involved sporadic confrontations between the Muslim Filipinos living in the southern part of the Philippines and the American soldiers there to oversee the transition from Spanish rule to U.S. oversight.

  6. Jan 1, 2006 · The first came in 1906 when American soldiers killed nine hundred Moro men, women, and children trapped in the crater of an extinct volcano called Bud Dajo. The second happened in 1913 when Moros opposing General John Pershing’s disarmament order took refuge in another volcanic crater called Bud Bagsak.

  7. The Philippine archives at the Bentley Historical Library discuss the Moro people in records about the Philippine-American War. US military officers and soldiers from Michigan reported on what they called the “Moro Rebellion” between 1903-1913, providing a glimpse of the role of Michigan Men in the war and colonization of the Moro people.

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