Teresa Magbanua Part 6 - The Ground Shakes
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{CW/TW Canon Fire in the beginning of the podcast} A go-ahead from a distant shore is the beginning of the end. Teresa Magbanua’s legacy is gradually undone. Source: Foreman, John, “The Philippine Islands: a political, geographical, ethnographical, social and commercial history of the Philippine Archipelago, embracing the whole period of Spanish rule, with an account of the succeeding American insular government,” New York: 1907, C. Scribner's Sons. - https://archive.org/stream/island00forephilippinerich#page/478/mode/2up The Text is in the Public Domain Check out @hugotPodcasting on Twitter! And check out our newest show The Mountain's Heart ---- Transcript available on our website: www.miscellanymedia.online/transcripts Music for this Episode by Sounds Like an Earful: Soundslikeanearful.com Sound Effects from Freesound.org Twitter: @MiscellanyMedia Tumblr: miscellanymedia Support the project: www.ko-fi.com/mmstudios
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