This chapter narrates the history of English in the Philippines and Philippine English (PhE) using Schneider’s dynamic model of the evolution of Englishes as framework. Borlongan is the first to suggest a relocation of PhE in the dynamic model. He claimed, with the sociopolitical developments in the Philippines and ongoing linguistic codification of the new English, it must be at the dawn of its endonormative stabilization. The soldiers of the warfare against Filipinos and, eventually, people—the military government—consisted of the English-using new residents of the Philippines. By 1898, American English had just gone through endonormative stabilization and was about to move to differentiation by the time the US colonized the Philippines. As the Thomasites had come and more Filipinos had been trained to teach, education in English became more widespread and more Filipinos were able to use English.