Republic of the Philippines

Republica de Filipinas
  • S. H. Steinberg
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)


These islands, ceded by Spain to the United States by the treaty of peace concluded between the United States and Spain on 1 April, 1899, form the largest island group of the Malay Archipelago, and extend almost due north and south from Formosa to Borneo and the Moluccas, embracing an extent of 16° of latitude and 9° of longitude.


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Books of Reference

Books of Reference

  1. United States High Commissioner to the Philippines. Annual Keports. Washington, D.O.Google Scholar
  2. Joint Preparatory Committee on Philippines Affairs. Beport of May 20, 1938. 3 vols. Vol. I, Beport; Vol. II, Hearings held before the Committee; Vol. III, Briefs submitted to the Committee. Washington, 1938.Google Scholar
  3. Commercial and Industrial Manual of the Philippines, 1937–38. Manila, 1938.Google Scholar
  4. Beport on the Commercial and Economic Situation of the Philippine Islands. Gt. Britain, Dept. of Overseas Trade. London, 1926 to date.Google Scholar
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  6. Census of the Philippines, 1939. 7 vols. Bureau of the Census, Manila.Google Scholar
  7. Facts and Figures about the Philippines. Commonwealth Dept. of Agriculture and Commerce. Washington, 1942.Google Scholar
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  9. Philippines Commonwealth. President’s Annual Beport. Manila, 1935–36 to date.Google Scholar
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  12. Gazetteer of the Philippine Islands. United States Department of Commerce. Washington, 1944.Google Scholar
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  14. Beport. U.S. Philippine Commission, 1900–1916. 32 vols. Washington, 1901–16.Google Scholar
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  16. Anderson (W. H.), The Philippine Problem. London, 1939.Google Scholar
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  20. Galang (Z. M.), Encyclopedia of the Philippines. 6 vols. Manila, 1935.Google Scholar
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  22. Hayden (J. B.), The Philippines : A Study in National Development. New York, 1942.Google Scholar
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  25. — Taming Philippine Headhunters. London, 1934.Google Scholar
  26. Kirk (G. L.), Philippine Independence. New York, 1936.Google Scholar
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  • S. H. Steinberg

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