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Camilo Osias

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Philippine Senate

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Background Information

Employment History

La Unión


President of the Senate

Philippines.


Division Superintendent of Schools

Philippines.


Senator


Affiliations

PACU MEMBER SCHOOLS

The Founder


Web References(33 Total References)


Philippine-US History

www.yimby.com [cached]

Camilo Osias and American composer M.A.L. Lane wrote the English lyrics.Osias was an educator who later became president of the Philippine Senate.The lyrics became known as "Land of the Morning," the anthem's first line.The English version of the national anthem was not strictly a translation of the Spanish lyrics, although the music was the same.The other members of the committee were Claro M. Recto, Jose P. Laurel and Eusebio Orense of Batangas, Miguel Cuaderno of Bataan, Jose M. Aruego of Pangasinan and Camilo Osias of La Union.


opinion.inquirer.net

The bill, with Camilo Osias of La Union as the principal opponent, was passed at almost midnight of Dec. 20, 1935.


PACU WEB SITE

www.pacu.net [cached]

The school heads present were Senator Camilo Osias of National University, President Nicanor Reyes, Sr. of Far Eastern University, Mrs. Francisca Tirona-Benitez of Philippine Women's University, Mr. Jose Fabella of Jose Rizal College and President de los Santos. Camilo Osias


Famous Masons - Culver City Foshay Lodge â„– 467

culvercitymasons.org [cached]

Camilo Osías, President of the Senate of the Philippines.[202]


KIBAKA - Kasipagan o Katamaran

www.kibaka.org [cached]

Camilo Osias was the first Filipino division superintendent of schools.
Osias later became a senator. The senate has produced a number of presidents and political luminaries such as Manuel Roxas, Sergio Osmena, Claro M. Recto, Jose Laurel, Camilo Osias, Eulogio Rodriguez, Juan Sumulong, Quintin Paredes, Lorenzo Tanada, Jose Diokno, Benigno Aquino, Ferdinand Marcos, Arturo Tolentino, Gil Puyat, Jovito Salonga, Joseph Estrada and Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo.


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