Historical Calendar. National Historical Institute, Manila, 1996.
1898 Emilio Aguinaldo sends General Elwell S. Otis a commission of three members to request the American commander to withdraw his ultimatum and to request, instead, compliance with Filipino demands. 1900 Colonel Maximo Abad and his brave band of Filipino guerillas capture a company of American soldiers under the command of Captain James Shields near Santa Cruz, Marinduque. 1907 Macario L. Sakay and Lucio de Vega, the last of the Filipino resistance fighters against the Americans, are hanged for "banditry".