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Historical Articles
greenball.gif (1007 bytes)  Apalit
greenball.gif (1007 bytes)  Lubao
greenball.gif (1007 bytes)  Masantol
greenball.gif (1007 bytes)  Mexico
greenball.gif (1007 bytes)  Minalin
greenball.gif (1007 bytes)  San Fernando
greenball.gif (1007 bytes)  San Luis
greenball.gif (1007 bytes)  San Simon
greenball.gif (1007 bytes)  Sto. Tomas
greenball.gif (1007 bytes)  PHS Class of 1954
greenball.gif (1007 bytes)  History of PHS

greenball.gif (1007 bytes)  Campamento

Other Articles
greenball.gif (1007 bytes) About the Author
greenball.gif (1007 bytes)Bios of Famous

greenball.gif (1007 bytes)Church of Apalit
greenball.gif (1007 bytes)Church of Lubao
greenball.gif (1007 bytes)Kapampangan
   Common Phrases
greenball.gif (1007 bytes)Walden's Memoirs of Pampanga
greenball.gif (1007 bytes) PHS Class 1954 - A Brief History
greenball.gif (1007 bytes) PHS Class 1954 - Words of Wisdom
greenball.gif (1007 bytes) PHS Class 1954 - Reunion Pictures

New Articles:
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    Language and
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   with Kapampangan
    Language and

greenball.gif (1007 bytes)Pampanga:  #1
greenball.gif (1007 bytes)Pampanga:  #2
greenball.gif (1007 bytes)Pampanga:  #3
greenball.gif (1007 bytes)Pampanga:  #4
greenball.gif (1007 bytes)Pampanga:  #5
greenball.gif (1007 bytes)Pampanga:  #6
greenball.gif (1007 bytes)Pampanga:  #7
greenball.gif (1007 bytes)San Fernando
greenball.gif (1007 bytes)Apalit Town Fiesta
greenball.gif (1007 bytes)Images of Lubao
greenball.gif (1007 bytes)Governors of Pampanga

Walden's Collection
greenball.gif (1007 bytes)Pampanga Images 1
greenball.gif (1007 bytes)Pampanga Images 2
greenball.gif (1007 bytes)Pampanga Images 3
greenball.gif (1007 bytes)Memorabilia
greenball.gif (1007 bytes)WWII Currency


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Pampanga derived its name from the Kapampangan words "pangpang ilog" meaning "riverside" where the early Malayan settlements were concentrated along the Rio Grande de la Pampanga. Kapampangan men are known for their gallantry and leadership while Kapampangan women are famous for their beauty and skill in culinary arts.

Pampanga, one of the richest provinces in the Philippines, was re-organized as a province by the Spaniards on December 11, 1571. For governmental control and taxation purposes, the Spanish authorities subdivided Pampanga into towns (pueblos), which were further subdivided into districts (barrios) and in some cases into royal and private estates (encomiendas).

Pampanga which is about 850 square miles in area and presently inhabited by more than 1.5 million people, had its present borders drawn in 1873. During the Spanish regime it was one of the richest Philippine provinces. Manila and its surrounding region were then primarily dependent on Pampangan agricultural, fishery, and forestry products as well as on the supply of skilled workers.


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  Churches of

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redball2.gif (924 bytes)  Apalit
redball2.gif (924 bytes)  Arayat
redball2.gif (924 bytes)  Bacolor
redball2.gif (924 bytes)  Candaba
redball2.gif (924 bytes)  Floridablanca
redball2.gif (924 bytes)  Guagua
redball2.gif (924 bytes)  Lubao
redball2.gif (924 bytes)  Mabalacat
redball2.gif (924 bytes)  Macabebe
redball2.gif (924 bytes)  Magalang
redball2.gif (924 bytes)  Masantol
redball2.gif (924 bytes)  Mexico
redball2.gif (924 bytes)  Minalin
redball2.gif (924 bytes)  Porac
redball2.gif (924 bytes)  San Fernando
redball2.gif (924 bytes)  San Luis
redball2.gif (924 bytes)  San Simon
redball2.gif (924 bytes)  Santa Ana
redball2.gif (924 bytes)  Santa Rita
redball2.gif (924 bytes)  Sasmuan
redball2.gif (924 bytes)  Santo Tomas

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Kapampangan Catholic Prayers:


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  PHS Class 1954
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  PHS Class 1955

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