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THE MORO PROVINCE

FLAGS AND SYMBOLS FROM 1800 TO 1900 CENTURY > FROM THE AMERICAN OCCUPATION UNTIL PRESENT DAYS

Moro Province was the name of the province of the Philippines consisting of the current provinces/regions of Zamboanga, Lanao, Cotabato, Davao, and Sulu. It was later split into the current provinces/regions organized under the Department of Mindanao and Sulu, along with Agusan, Bukidnon and Surigao but excluding Lanao.

OFFICIAL SEAL OF MORO PROVINCE

SEAL OF GOVERNMENT OF THE MORO PROVINCE

GAILLARD HUNT 1862 - 1924

Gaillard Hunt was the designer of the Arms of Mindanao and Sulu, he was Chief of the Library of Congress and one of the most important authorities on Heraldry; some designs of heraldic emblems as Puerto Rico, Panama Canal Zone and the Government General of the Philippines came from him.

COAT OF ARMS OF MINDANAO AND SULU NOV 16, 1914 - FEB 5, 1920

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