Bud Dajo (Tausūg: Būd Dahu; Spanish: Bud Dajó), is one of the cinder cones that make up the island of Jolo and part of the Jolo Volcanic Group in the Republic of the Philippines. The extinct volcano is located 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) southeast from the town of Jolo in Sulu province. The mountain and adjacent lands were declared as Mount Dajo National Park in 1938.
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... The mountain was the site of the First Battle of Bud Dajo during the Moro Rebellion of the Philippine-American War in 1906, which culminated in the Moro Crater Massacre ... The five-day Second Battle of Bud Dajo in 1911 ended with less casualties through negotiations, persuading the majority to return home ...
... The chain of events leading to Bud Dajo began when a Moro named Pala ran amok in British-held Borneo ... Wood led an expedition against Pala but was ambushed by Moros from the Bud Dajo area with the help of Pala ... many of them found refuge in the crater of Bud Dajo ...
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