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Probinsya sa Sidlakang Misamis
Provincia de Oriental Misamis
|— Province —|
|Region||Northern Mindanao (Region X)|
|Capital||Cagayan de Oro City|
|• Governor||Oscar S. Moreno (Liberal Party)|
|• Vice Governor||Norris C. Babiera|
|• Total||3,102.9 km2 (1,198.0 sq mi)|
|Area rank||46th out of 80|
|• Rank||38th out of 80|
|• Density||240/km2 (630/sq mi)|
|• Density rank||31st out of 80|
|• Independent cities||1|
|• Component cities||2|
including independent cities: 504
|• Districts||1st and 2nd Districts of Misamis Oriental
including independent cities: 1st and 2nd Districts of Cagayan de Oro City
|Time zone||PHT (UTC+8)|
|Spoken languages||Higaonon(Majority)Cebuano , Filipino (Tagalog), English, Spanish, Ilonggo, Boholano, Waray, Higaonon|
Misamis Oriental (Filipino:Silangang Misamis, abbreviated Mis. Or.) is a province of the Philippines located in the Northern Mindanao region. Its capital and provincial center is Cagayan de Oro City. The province borders Iligan City and Bukidnon to the south, the Agusan del Norte to the east, and to the north is Bohol Sea with the island-province of Camiguin just off its northern shore.
The earliest known settlers of the territory were the Negritos. Centuries later, Austronesian colonists fought the natives for the control of the rich coastal plains by the Cagayan River, and the Visayans won the struggle for possession over the Bukidnons.
In the 16th century, most of Mindanao was under the control of Muslims, and the inhabitants were converted into Islam. As part of Mindanao, the people of the territory were obliged to pay tribute to Muslim rulers.
Legislative Act. No. 3537 approved on 2 November 1929, divided the province of Misamis into two due to the lack of geographic contiguity. It was not until ten years later on 28 November 1939 that the division between Misamis Oriental and Misamis Occidental was implemented by Act. No. 3777. When Misamis Oriental separated, Don Gregorio Pelaez became its first governor.
In 1942, at the onset of World War II in the Philippines, Japanese soldiers landed in Misamis Oriental to occupy the region. Combined American and Philippine Commonwealth forces along with recognised guerrilla fighters liberated Misamis Oriental in 1945.
Located in Northern Mindanao, it is bordered by the provinces of Bukidnon to the south, Agusan del Norte to the east and Lanao del Norte to the west. On the north lies Camiguin Island in the Bohol Sea.
The province is host to industries such as agricultural, forest, steel, metal, chemical, mineral, rubber and food processing. It is home to the 30 square kilometre PHIVIDEC Industrial Estate and the Mindanao International Container Port, all in Tagoloan. Del Monte Philippines, which exports pineapples all over the Asia-Pacific region, has a processing plant in Cagayan de Oro.
|Governors of Misamis Oriental|
|Manuel Roa Corrales– 1901-1905|
|Apolinar Velez – 1906-1909|
|Ricardo Reyes Barrientos – 1910 - 1912|
|Jose Reyes Barrientos – 1912 - 1916|
|Isidro Rillas – 1917-1919|
|Juan Valdeconcha Roa – 1920-1922|
|Segundo Gaston – 1923-1925|
|Don Gregorio A. Pelaez – 1926-1931|
|Gregorio Borromeo – 1935-1937|
|Don Gregorio A. Pelaez – 1938-1940|
|Pedro S.A Baculio – 1941-1945|
|Mariano Ope Marbella – 1945|
|Ignacio S. Cruz – 1946-1947|
|Felicisimo E. Aguilar – 1948-1950|
|Paciencio G. Ysalina – 1951 - 1954|
|Vicente L. De Lara, Sr. – 1954-1961|
|Alfonso R. Dadole – 1961-1967|
|Pedro N. Roa – 1968 - 1969|
|Concordio C. Diel – September 1969 - March 1974|
|Rosauro P. Dongallo – March 1974 - December 1979|
|Meynardo A. Tiro – January 1980 - March 2 1980|
|Homobono A. Adaza – March 3 1980 - July 22 1984|
|Fernando B. Pacana, Jr - July 23 1984 - March 2 1986|
|Norris C. Babiera - December 1987 - February 1988|
|Vicente Y. Emano – 1988 - February 1998|
|Ruth de Lara-Guingona – February 2 1998 to June 30 1998|
|Antonio P. Calingin – June 30 1998 to 2003|
|Miguel C. De Jesus – December 2003 to June 30 2004|
|Oscar S. Moreno – June 30 2004 to present|
|* - Appointed|
On January 10, 2008, Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction Company of South Korea inked a contract to build a $2 billion shipyard building complex at Villanueva, Misamis Oriental with the PHIVIDEC Industrial Authority. It is bigger than Hanjin's $1 billion shipyard complex in Subic, Olongapo City which will hire 20,000 Filipinos to manufacture ship parts. The Philippine government declared the 441.8-hectare project site an economic zone (part of 3,000-hectare industrial estate managed by PHIVIDEC).