- The language was spelled Capampañgan and is also called Pampango, and in the Kapampangan language: Amanung Sisuan, meaning "the . "What is this?
- Filipinos in the Spanish Colonial Army during the Dutch Wars (1600
- progressive enlistment of Filipino soldiers, especially the Pampangos and the .
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- Arte de la Lengua Pampanga (1729), both already completed; Fray Alvaro de Benavente's Arte y Diccionario.
- TARLAC Melting Pot of Central Luzon
- A mixture of four district groups, the Pampangos,. Ilocanos, Pangasinenses, and Tagalogs, share life in the province.
- Assessing the current status of the Kapampangan “pre-Hispanic” script
- Tayag, Katoks (Renato). (1985). The Vanishing Pampango Nation.
- STR polymorphisms in Philippine ethnolinguistic groups: evaluation
- The Cebuano, Ilocano, and Pampango populations in the Philippines were .
- Cory Aquino, 5 other 'Pinatubo heroes' honored
- The MCAC praised Guiao "for rallying the Pampangos to overcome the Pinatubo catastrophe through his battle cry 'Ecayu magmalun, mibangun ya ing Pampanga! (Don't be sad, Pampanga will recover!
- Ex-House Speaker lauds Kapampangan resiliency
- Guiao, on the other hand, was recognized for rallying the Pampangos to overcome the Pinatubo catastrophe through his battle cry "Ecayu magmalun, mibangun ya ing Pampanga!
- Over 10000 Pinoys, Americans join 'pistahan' in San Francisco
- A Filipino couple eats Pinoy fare from Irma's Pampango Restaurant, a popular San Francisco Filipino Restaurant.
- A 'miracle' medical center
- which was organized in 1987 by business and professional Kapampangans to assist and organize small and medium-size enterprises of the province of Pampanga and neighboring pampango-speaking towns of Concepcion, Tarlac, and San Miguel, Bulacan.
- The Pampangos
- The Pampangos share the general culture and traditions of the lowland Christian Filipinos, especially of their Tagalog neighbors to the east and south.
- Pampangos - WikiPilipinas
- Jun 6, 2011 The Kapampangans or Capampañgans (Spanish: Pampangos or Pampangueños) are the eighth largest Filipino ethnic group.
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