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Batangas the Competitive Province

  Long before the Spaniards came, large centers of population already thrived in Batangas. Native settlements lined the “Pansipit river”, a major water way. Mr. Robert C. Fox, an American archeologist, revealed that based on archeological findings particularly in Calatagan Peninsula, the province has been trading with the Chinese since …

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Batangas State University (Formerly known as Pablo Borbon Memorial Institute of Technology or TRADE)

HISTORY Batangas State University was established on 1903 as a Manual Training School, aimed of training male youth for gainful occupations particularly woodworking under the leadership of the American Mr. Sheer, the first school principal. Other succeeding principals follows. This includes Messrs. Schartz, Zacarias Canent, Isaias Maclang and Nad Pascual …

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