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Chapter 8.1 Latin Americans Win Independence
Nationalist Revolution Sweeps the West Chapter 8
Colonial Society Divided Race and Class System Latin America has social classes that determine job and authority Peninsulares – Born in Spain, the head the colonial government, society
Creoles – American born Spaniards who can become army officers Mestizos have both European and Native ancestry
Mulattos – have both European and African ancestry Slaves, Indians at the bottom of security
Revolution in the Americas Haiti is first Latin American territory to gain freedom from colonial master Slave revolt in 1791 led by Toussaint L’Ouverture
Haiti Santo Domingue declares independence in 1803 and is renamed Haiti First black colony to win independence
Creoles Lead Independence Inspired by the enlightenment, Latin American revolutionaries fight for independence
Simon Bolivar – Wealthy Creole leads Venezuela in revolution Jose de San Martin – leader of Argentinean revolutionary forces
Latin America Bolivar – Venezuela declares independence in 1811, Bolivar wins war by 1821 San Martin – Argentina independence in 1816, San Martin helps free Chile
Latin America Bolivar’s and San Martin’s forces drive Spanish out of Peru in 1824
Mexican Independence Padre Miguel Hidalgo – Priest who launches Mexican revolt in 1810 leads 80,000 Indian and mestizo followers on Mexico City
Mexico Jose Maria Morelos – leads revolt after Hidalgo’s defeat, but loses Mexican creoles react, declare Mexico independent in 1821, Central America breaks away from Mexico in 1823
Brazil’s Royal Liberator Bloodless Revolution – Napoleon invades Portugal causing royal family to move to Brazil in 1807 Portuguese court returns to Portugal after Napoleons defeat in 1815
Portuguese Prince Dom Pedro stays behind in Brazil Accepts Brazillians’ request to rule their new country Official declaration of independence in September of 1822
Independence By 1830, nearly all Latin American regions win independence
Latin American Peoples Win Independence Ch. 8, Section 1.
Chapter 24-Section 1 Latin American Peoples Win Independence Spurned by discontent and Enlightenment ideas, peoples in Latin America fight colonial rule.
NEXT Section 1 Latin American Peoples Win Independence Spurred by discontent and Enlightenment ideas, peoples in Latin America fight colonial rule.
LATIN AMERICAN PEOPLES WIN INDEPENDENCE CHAPTER 24, SECTION 1 Spurred by discontent and Enlightenment ideas, peoples in Latin America fight colonial rule.
8.1 Latin American Peoples Win Independence Spurred by discontent and Enlightenment ideas, peoples in Latin America fight colonial rule.
15.4 Latin Americans Win Independence Spurred by discontent and Enlightenment ideas, peoples in Latin America fight colonial rule.
Latin American Revolutions Society Divided Class dictated people’s place in society 1st - Peninsulares - Born in Spain 2nd - Creoles - Spaniards born.
Revolution Spreads to South America. The Congress of Vienna = International Congress to re-make Europe after the downfall of Napoleon Main Figure = Prince.
Nationalism in Latin America HWH UNIT 5 CHAPTER 8.3.
NATIONALISM: REVOLUTIONS IN LATIN AMERICA Why were nationalistic revolutions occurring throughout Latin America? Mexico Spanish South America.
Latin American Peoples Win Independence Chapter 8 Section 1.
7-3.3 Latin American Revolutions Vocabulary 1. Peninsulares 2. Creoles 3. Mestizos 4. Mulattos 5. Simon Bolivar 6. Miguel Hidalgo 7. Toussaint L’Ouverture.
Latin American Revolution Unit 7. Setting the Stage The French ideals of liberty, equality, and fraternity inspired many Latin Americans to rise up against.
Latin American Independence. Breakdown of Society African Slaves – people brought over to serve in the fields of the new colony Natives – people who were.
Bellringer Using the map you completed for homework, answer the following questions (you don’t have to write the questions down) on a piece of paper.
Latin American Peoples Win Independence. European Empires: 1660s.
Was ruled mostly by Spain Leaders came from Spain, France and Portugal Latin language origins.
Do Now: What were the reasons for the American and French Revolutions? How did the Enlightenment inspire these two revolutions?
UNIT 13/14 American, French, and Latin American Revolutions.
Latin American Revolutions Warm up: Label page 42, Latin American Revolutions What events have we learned about this year that would influence the Latin.
Latin American Revolutions. Divided Colonial Society in Latin America Society in Latin America was a strict social order of the following: –Peninsulares:
Revolts in Latin America Chapter 4 Section 3. Focus Question Chapter 4.3 Who were the key revolutionaries that led the movements for independence in Latin.
Latin America Revolutions and Independence SS6H1, SS6H2, SS6H6.
NATIONALISM: REVOLUTIONS IN LATIN AMERICA Why were nationalist revolutions occurring in Latin America? Spanish South America Mexico.
Latin American Independence. Background The ideas of liberty, equality, and democratic rule found their way to European colonies. Latin America The time.
Independence Movements in Latin America. What nations controlled most of Latin America between the 1500s and the 1800s? European nations such as Spain,
Latin American Revolution. Agenda Bell Ringer: French Revolution and Congress of Vienna Review with Mr. T. Lecture: Independence in Latin America Part.
Latin American Independence. Nationalism – desire for national independence, pride in your country/nation.
Revolutions Around the World Inspired by the American and French Revolutions Unit 5: SSWH 14 b Cause and effects of the Haiti and Latin American Revolutions.
Revolution in Latin America. Independence of Latin America O Abuses of the Colonial System O Spain and Portugal had a vast colonial empire in Latin America.
Nationalist Revolution Sweeps the West
Do Now ON page 41 “I will not rest until I have broken the chains that bind us to the will of Spain.” Copy the quote. Without knowing anything about this.
LATIN AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE. Latin American Society 6 groups 2 power groups Controlled land, wealth, and power in Spanish colonies 1. Peninsulares-
Nationalist Revolutions Sweep the West Chapter 24-Section 1.
Revolution in Latin America. Revolution in Haiti Saint Dominique- French colony and part of Hispaniola. Aug 1791 calls for revolution and 100,000 slaves.
Nationalist Revolutions Sweep the West
Revolts in Latin America Chapter 8, Section 3 Packet page 12.
Latin American Peoples Win Independence. Early Struggles in Latin America The Enlightenment and the American and French revolutions inspired some in Latin.
Revolutions: Latin American Independence Standard
Bellringer Have out your study guide for the midterm with 1-27 completed and the Latin America Map! Using the map you completed for homework, answer the.
Chapter 23 Section 3. Toussaint L’Ouverture Creoles Peninsulares Miguel Hidalgo Jose Maria Morelos Simon Bolivar Jose de San Martin Pedro I.
Test 2/9. Late 1700’s -American Revolution & French Revolution Early 1800’s -Colonists in Latin America were tired of watching Spain and Portugal.
European domination of Latin America Spread of Enlightenment ideas American and French revolutions Growth of nationalism in Latin America People of Latin.
Revolutions in Latin America Between 1803 and 1825 as series of revolutions would sweep through Latin America. These revolutions would cause.
Chapter 24 Section 1. Mulatto Creoles Peninsulares Miguel Hidalgo Jose Maria Morelos Simon Bolivar Jose de San Martin.
Europe after Napoleon and the Independence of Latin American Countries.
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