The History of Sulu
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The History of Sulu

By Najeeb M. Saleeby
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Table of Contents
  • Contents
  • Maps and Diagrams
  • Preface
  • Chapter I
  • Geographical Description of the Sulu Archipelago1
    • In general
    • Island of Sulu
      • Geographical features
      • Principal coast settlements
      • Districts of the island
    • Geographical features
    • Principal coast settlements
    • Districts of the island
    • Town of Jolo.
      • General plan, buildings and streets
      • Trade
      • Population
    • General plan, buildings and streets
    • Trade
    • Population
  • Chapter II
  • Genealogy of Sulu
    • Translator’s introduction
    • Sulu author’s introduction
    • Descendants of Asip
    • Descendants of Tuan Masha’ika
    • Original and later settlers of Sulu
    • Sulu historical notes
      • Introduction
      • Sulu notes
    • Introduction
    • Sulu notes
  • Chapter III
  • Rise and Prosperity of Sulu
    • Sulu before Islam
    • Introduction of Islam and the rise of a Mohammedan dynasty in Sulu, 1380–1450
    • Establishment of the Mohammedan Church in Sulu and the reign of Abu Bakr, 1450–1480
    • Early days of the sultanate, 1480–1635
      • Successors of Abu Bakr
      • Figueroa’s expedition against Sulu
      • Reasons for hostilities
      • Rule of Batara Shah Tangah
      • Figueroa’s expedition against Mindanao
      • Moro raids46
    • Successors of Abu Bakr
    • Figueroa’s expedition against Sulu
    • Reasons for hostilities
    • Rule of Batara Shah Tangah
    • Figueroa’s expedition against Mindanao
    • Moro raids46
    • First Spanish conquest and occupation of Sulu, 1635–1646
    • Sulu supremacy in the Archipelago, 1647–1850
      • Successors of Bungsu
      • Reign of Sultan Alimud Din I
      • Reign of Sultan Israel
      • Moro pirates
    • Successors of Bungsu
    • Reign of Sultan Alimud Din I
    • Reign of Sultan Israel
    • Moro pirates
    • Treaty of 1836 with the Sultan of Sulu
      • Text of the treaty
      • Ratification of the treaty of 1836 by the Queen Regent of Spain
    • Text of the treaty
    • Ratification of the treaty of 1836 by the Queen Regent of Spain
    • Expedition of Governor Claveria
    • Visits to Jolo of Captain Henry Keppel and Sir James Brooke
  • Chapter IV
  • Decline of Sulu, 1851–1896
    • Expedition against Jolo
    • Treaty of April 30, 1851
      • Translation of the Sulu text of the treaty of 1851
    • Translation of the Sulu text of the treaty of 1851
    • Politico-military government of Mindanao and adjacent islands
  • Chapter V.
  • Sulu Under Spanish Sovereignty
    • Occupation of Jolo
    • Rule of Sultan Jamalul A’lam
      • Cession of possessions in Borneo to British North Borneo Company
      • Treaty of July, 1878
      • Rule of Sultan Badarud Din II
      • Struggle for the sultanate
      • Rule of Sultan Harun
      • Rule of Sultan Jamalul Kiram II
    • Cession of possessions in Borneo to British North Borneo Company
    • Treaty of July, 1878
    • Rule of Sultan Badarud Din II
    • Struggle for the sultanate
    • Rule of Sultan Harun
    • Rule of Sultan Jamalul Kiram II
  • Chapter VI
  • Conclusion
    • Political status of Sulu at the time of Spanish evacuation
    • Spanish policy
      • Attitude of the Moros
      • Mistakes and difficulties of Spanish rule
      • Report of Baltasar Giraudier
      • Views of Espina
      • Purpose of Spain
      • Resources of Spain
    • Attitude of the Moros
    • Mistakes and difficulties of Spanish rule
    • Report of Baltasar Giraudier
    • Views of Espina
    • Purpose of Spain
    • Resources of Spain
  • Appendixes to Part II
    • Appendix I
    • The pacification of Mindanao by Ronquillo
    • Appendix II
    • The pacification of Mindanao7
    • Appendix III
    • The Moro raids of 1599 and 1600
    • Appendix IV
    • Gallinato’s expedition to Jolo
    • Appendix V
    • Olaso’s expedition in 162924
    • Appendix VI
    • Corcuera’s campaign in Jolo27
    • Appendix VII
    • Obando’s report on the preparations to be undertaken to return Alimud Din to Sulu, July 15, 175139
    • Appendix VIII
    • Obando’s report on the circumstances attending the attempt to return Alimud Din to Sulu, June 18, 175242
    • Appendix IX
    • Report on the occupation of Palawan and Balabak, April 30, 175346
    • Appendix X
    • Brief report on the expedition to take possession of Palawan, July 17, 175349
    • Appendix XI
    • Letter of the King of Spain to Sultan Israel, December 2, 177451
    • Appendix XII
    • Letter from the Captain-general of the Philippines forwarding a copy of the treaty of peace, protection, and commerce with Sulu, December 25, 183652
    • Appendix XIII
    • Royal directions relative to a general policy and the regulation of commerce with Sulu, and the advisability of making Zamboanga a free port, June 23, 183754
    • Appendix XIV
    • Camba’s report on the circumstances attending the treaty of 1836 and its bases, November 16, 183757
    • Appendix XV
    • Camba’s report to the Colonial Office discussing the difficulties of commerce with Sulu and the advisability of making Zamboanga a free port, February 23, 183860
    • Appendix XVI
    • Communication from the Governor of Zamboanga to the Supreme Government of the Philippines relative to the treaty of Sir James Brooke with the Sultan of Sulu, together with other communications relating to the treaty, 184965
    • Appendix XVII
    • Communication from the Supreme Government of the Philippines to the Secretary of State, relative to the treaty of Sir James Brooke with the Sultan of Sulu; August 16, 184966
    • Appendix XVIII
    • Regulations relative to taxes and imposts on natives and immigrants in Sulu68
    • Appendix XIX
    • The Protocol of Sulu, of 1877, between Spain, Germany, and Great Britain, May 30, 187771
    • Appendix XX
    • The Protocol of Sulu of 1885, between Spain, Germany, and Great Britain, March 7, 188572
    • Appendix XXI
    • Decree of the General Government in regard to payment of tribute by Sulus, March 1, 189473
    • Appendix XXII
    • Royal communication relative to the rights of foreigners on the pearl fisheries of Sulu75
    • Appendix XXIII
    • Royal directions relative to the treatment of foreigners engaged in pearl fishing in the Sulu waters, March 23, 189677
    • Appendix XXIV
    • La Torre’s views on the policy that should be adopted in Mindanao and Sulu, January 11, 189378
  • Diagrams
  • Colophon
    • Availability
    • Encoding
    • Revision History
    • External References
    • Corrections
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