Ppt on leaders of the revolt of 1857

Chapter 15 The Ferment of Reform and Culture 1790–1860.

Proved to be an aggressive leader An eloquent preacher A gifted administrator/of Prohibition,” sponsored Maine Law of 1851 VII. Demon Rum— The “Old Deluder” (cont.) Maine Law of 1851: – Banned manufacture & sale of intoxicating liquor – Others states followed Maines example – By 1857, a dozen states passed prohibition laws – Clearly impossible to legislate thirst for alcohol out of existence On eve of Civil War, prohibitionists had registered inspiriting gains Less drinking among women VIII. Women in Revolt/


India, the Islamic Heartlands, and Africa, 1800-1945  In the 18th century Britain became the dominant power in the southern seas.  By the early 19 th.

animosity most Indians felt toward their foreign rulers continued to grow. From British Crown to Raj to Independence  The revolt of 1857 had numerous consequences beyond the transfer of administration to the British Crown.  Before the revolt, they tried to maintain a ratio of at least one British to 3 Indian soldiers.  The army was financed by Indian, not British, revenues.  This imposed a huge economic burden on India, diverting one/


Good Morning!!! 1.No NVC  2.India: “The Jewel in the Crown” 3.Sepoy Rebellion: India’s First War for Independence Essential Question: What caused the.

British trying to convert the Sepoys to Christianity Hypothesis #2: The Sepoys revolted because they were upset the British had seized direct control of Oudh. – East India Company Seized control of Oudh after local ruler /the legislative council British Imperialism in India “The Devil’s Wind” 1857 Sepoy Mutiny crushed by British 1858 Raj begins: British government strengthens direct control of India – Period of racial tension and conflicts between Indians and British Mahatma Ghandi Mahatma Ghandi: leader of/


Grade 8 REVOLT OF 1857 – CAUSES OF FAILURE. It was mainly confined to the northern states. It failed to develop into an all-India struggle. Many sepoys.

rule had proved beneficial for them. The revolutionaries lacked organization and a common plan of action under a capable leader. The rebels lacked resources, in terms of men and money. The British had superior military organization and modern arms, whereas, the rebels fought with outdated weapons. The leaders of the Revolt lacked experience, military skill and leadership qualities. Another advantage enjoyed by the British was their control over the postal and telegraph system. This/


Global Review.

. Mussolini publicly criticized Italy’s government and a group of Fascists attacked communist and socialists. Because Mussolini played on the fear of a workers revolt he began to win support of the middle class, the aristocracy, and the industrial leaders. Thus after widespread violence and a threat of armed revolt Mussolini “legally” took power. When in power he abolished democracy and all the other political parties besides Fascism. He put censors on/


Age of Reform 1820-1860. Reform Movements Abolition Abolition Temperance Temperance Women’s Rights Women’s Rights Prison Reform Prison Reform Public Education.

of Independence Slavery contradicted Declaration of Independence MA wanted an immediate end of slavery MA wanted an immediate end of slavery Key leader of the movement was William Lloyd Garrison Key leader of the movement was William Lloyd Garrison The Liberator-Newspaper Started in 1831 The/ of revolt-violent slave resistance Importance of revolt-violent slave resistance Many laws in the South further restrict the rights of black both slave and free Many laws in the South further restrict the rights of /


  Napoleon Bonaparte occupies Spain, deposes the monarchy, and installs his brother, Joseph, as head of state.  The ensuing Peninsular War between Spain.

the royalist forces of the mestizo general Agustín de Iturbide, and the revolutionary banner passes to Vicente Guerrero. 1814   After revolt in Spain ushers in a new era of liberal reforms there, conservative Mexican leaders begin plans to end the viceregal system and separate their country from the/Mexico. 1857   Benito Júarez, a Zapotec Indian, emerges from the War of the Reform as the champion of the victorious liberals.  One of Júarez’s first acts as president is to suspend payment on all of Mexico’/


Revolts in the Empire The Boxer Rebellion, The Boer Wars, and the Sepoy Rebellion Will Schwartz.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Flag_of_the_Britis h_East_India_Company_(1801).svg Sepoy Rebellion: Outbreak of Revolt Also known as Indian Rebellion of 1857 Sepoys rose up against officers [northern and central India] Many rebelling units marched to old capital of the Mughal Empire Delhi, declared the last Mughal Empire [Bahadur Shah] their leader. (Chambers) Slaughtered thousands of British men, women, and children British paid back in kind, slaughtering unarmed Indians/


Chapter 13 The Impending Crisis. Looking Westward Manifest Destiny was one of the factors driving white Americans to look to the west - rested on the.

, and destroyed several printing presses A pro-slavery federal marshal assembled a large posse (made up mostly of Missourians) to arrest the free-state leaders who had set up their headquarters in Lawrence, Kansas. The posse sacked the town, burned the “governors” house, and destroyed several printing presses The Crises of the 1850’s John Brown (who believed that he was God’s instrument to destroy slavery) moved to/


Unit Five The Road to War. EQ: Which economic, social, and political events contributed to the outbreak of the Civil War? Video Clip.

a compromise to keep the South in the Union Buchanan and Southern leaders agreed to second vote on the Kansas constitution, the South expected the pro-slavery vote to win, if Kansans rejected the Lecompton Constitution it would take an additional two years for Kansas to gain statehood, 1858 Kansas voters rejected the Lecompton Constitution, did not want slavery in Kansas The Panic of 1857 Added to the nation’s political problems/


Unit XIII: The Ante-Bellum South. The social order of the south can best be described as an oligarchy in which the planter aristocracy controlled the.

not free the slaves because of the fear of rebellions and retribution. Many of the slave owners argued they could not free the slaves because of the fear of rebellions and retribution. Slave rebellions did occur and were dealt with swiftly and with the death of the leaders who were publicly hung. In 1800 Gabriel Prosser led an armed rebellion in Richmond, Virginia. The rebellion was ended before it could begin and the leaders killed. Another revolt took/


Unit 4 : A United and Divided Nation (1824-1853) AMERICA EXPANDS IN THE FIRST HALF OF THE 19 TH CENTURY.

revolt killing 60 whites – he was caught and executed Turner plans his rebellion THE ABOLITIONIST MOVEMENT 1820s: Abolitionist movement to free African Americans from slavery arose Leader was a white radical named William Lloyd Garrison Abolitionist called for immediate emancipation of all slaves FREDERICK DOUGLASS: AFRICAN AMERICAN LEADER/put in jail in 1844 and murdered  Brigham Young leads Mormons to Utah  1846-1857  Joseph Smith leads Mormons from NY to Nauvoo, Illinois 1839  People angry about /


Unit 4 : A United and Divided Nation (1824-1853) AMERICA EXPANDS IN THE FIRST HALF OF THE 19 TH CENTURY.

revolt killing 60 whites – he was caught and executed Turner plans his rebellion THE ABOLITIONIST MOVEMENT 1820s: Abolitionist movement to free African Americans from slavery arose Leader was a white radical named William Lloyd Garrison Abolitionist called for immediate emancipation of all slaves FREDERICK DOUGLASS: AFRICAN AMERICAN LEADER/put in jail in 1844 and murdered  Brigham Young leads Mormons to Utah  1846-1857  Joseph Smith leads Mormons from NY to Nauvoo, Illinois 1839  People angry about /


1000 A.D. to 1860. Political Economic/Technological Social/Cultural Year 1000 Norsemen under Leif Ericson land on the coast of North America. They name.

.8 million, including about 150,000 immigrants who arrived between 1820 and 1830. Census also shows that 8.8% of the population lives in cities of 2500 or more inhabitants. Joseph Smith founds the Church of Jesus Christ of 1831 Nat Turner leads unsuccessful slave revolt in which about 55 white people are killed in Southampton County, Va. Turner is captured and hanged. Anti-Masonic Party, first/


Chapter 26 Review and Discussion.

What led to the end of the Slave trade? How did West Africans react to the end of the Atlantic slave trade? British and the Americans were among the first to prevent their citizens from engaging in the importation of slaves Slave revolts and humanitarian reforms led to the end of the slave trade Spanish and Portugal continued the flow of Africans to the Americas. Africa African reaction was gradual, as was the suppression of the slave trade itself. Suppression/


AP European History Test Review Part Four Congress of Vienna through Imperialism.

in 1848 zThe revolutions were led by a minority of intellectuals, students, and labor leaders and were not widely supported by the majority of the people. zThe only lasting result was the abdication of Metternich. Hungary zIn Hungary, Louis Kossuth led a revolt in the Hungarian Diet which made Hungary autonomous while accepting the emperor as the king of Hungary. He outlawed serfdom, forced the nobility to pay taxes, and required public officials/


The Inevitability and Implications of Invasion in Captain Corelli’s Mandolin Roman times Norman Occupation Frankish Occupation Venetian Rule French Occupation.

, and did not cease until two years later, when Venice sent an envoy to arrest the leaders of the rebels. Two years later a similar situation developed and continued until 1645, when war broke out between Turkey and Venice over Crete. Kefalonia took part, sending troops and materiel. The revolts continued from 1647 to 1654, but now it was not only peasants fighting against nobles, but/


AIM: What were the motives of Imperialism?

leaders allied with the state to go against the government Loss of central government Usman dan fodio denounced corruption of Hausa rulers & led the struggle to reform muslim practices in northern Africa In sudan, Muhammad ahmad declared himself “Mahdi” the long awaited savior of faith & led the fierce resistance against british expansion into the region. Wahabi: movement in arabia that rejected ottoman theology & sought to restore the original teachings of Muhammad. Their revolt/


Events leading to creation of Pakistan ( )

of Pakistan (1857-1947) 1857 War of Independence Anti-British uprising Final collapse of Mughal Empire Causes of revolt Exploitation of Britain Laws and regulations against traditions of people Arabic and Persian language were abolished from schools and offices Laws allow remarriage of hindu widow English officers’ racial superiority over indian Why revolt/the Turkish Caliphate. 2. To protect the holy places of the Muslims. 3. To maintain the unity of the/ Met with Indian leaders 1944 Gandhi Jinnah Talk /


AP United States Review Session 2. Society of the U.S. (1800-1859) Emerging Groups Emerging Groups Utopians Utopians Mormons Mormons Feminists Feminists.

(1853-1857) Franklin Pierce (1853-1857) James Buchanan (1857-1861) James Buchanan (1857-1861) Abraham/of African- American Leaders Emergence of African- American Leaders Literature Literature Newspapers/ Newspapers/Magazines Literary/Artistic Realism Literary/Artistic Realism Popular Amusements Popular Amusements Sports Sports Chicago’s World’s Fair Chicago’s World’s Fair Emergence of Radio and Film Emergence of Radio and Film Chicago’ Columbian Exposition Which of the following was among the objectives of/


The arrival of the Europeans in India.  The establishment of the British Empire in India.  The rising discontent among the Indians.  The Revolt of.

a British officer near Kolkata.  The new rifles that the soldiers had to use- to load these rifles, they had to bite off the ends of greased cartridges.  A rumor spread among the soldiers that the cartridges were greased with the fat of cows and pig. On 10 May 1857 The Indian soldiers in Meerut shot down their officers. The last Mughal Emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar was asked to lead the revolt. PROMINENT LEADERS


Copyright ©2012 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Out of Many: A History of the American People, Seventh Edition John Mack Faragher Mari.

Wall Street during the Panic of 1857 Copyright ©2012 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Out of Many: A History of the American People, Seventh Edition John Mack Faragher Mari Jo Buhle Daniel Czitrom Susan H. Armitage John Brown’s Raid Sectional tensions intensified when John Brown raided the federal arsenal at Harper’s Ferry in an unsuccessful effort to instigate a slave revolt. Brown was hanged/


AP European History Test Review Part Four Congress of Vienna through Imperialism.

in 1848 zThe revolutions were led by a minority of intellectuals, students, and labor leaders and were not widely supported by the majority of the people. zThe only lasting result was the abdication of Metternich. Hungary zIn Hungary, Louis Kossuth led a revolt in the Hungarian Diet which made Hungary autonomous while accepting the emperor as the king of Hungary. He outlawed serfdom, forced the nobility to pay taxes, and required public officials/


The Politics of Slavery The Main Idea The issue of slavery dominated national politics during the 1850s. The federal government forged policies in attempts.

was illegal, he had become free. Southerners saw the 1857 Dred Scott decision as a victory. Fifth Amendment protected property rights of a person who held slaves. Lecompton Constitution This was the pro-slavery state constitution written at the Kansas constitutional convention in June 1857. In supervised elections in October 1857, free-soilers won control of the legislature. Pro-slavery leaders proposed the voters decide on a special provision on slavery/


Causes of the Civil War Long Term Causes Social, Cultural Divide between North and South Economic Divide between North and South Political Divide between.

did not have a majority of the popular votes; a Minority President, in terms of the popular vote  Republicans did not have majorities in both the Senate and House of Reps  the election of Lincoln served as the final signal to many Southerners that their position in the Union was hopeless…an anti-slave president Throughout the Presidential Election campaign, various Southern leaders had warned that if the Reps/Lincoln won, they would/


The American Presidents (1789-1861) The American Presidents (1789-1861)

the rebellion. This action showed the strength of the national government over the states, and began the question over state’s rights Foreign Problems faced by Washington French Revolution (1789-1795) French citizens revolted against the Monarch Revolutionary ideas spread throughout Europe England tried to stop the revolt/had once lived in free territory The Dredd Scott Decision 1857: Solution: Supreme Court states that Scott should remain a slave, that as a slave he is not a citizen of the U.S. and thus not/


Forever Free: The Story of Emancipation & Reconstruction in the United States By Eric Foner, with illustrations edited and commentary added by Joshua Brown.

Gabriel’s Revolt, 1800 Denmark Vesey’s Conspiracy of 1822 Denmark Vesey, a free black of Charleston, South Carolina, who had once been the property of a slave ship owner, planned a major assault on the city’s slaveholding population in 1822. Vesey, a man well-versed in the Bible and politically well-informed, had founded his own African Methodist Episcopalian (AME)Church. When white leaders forbid and/


AP European History Test Review Part Four Congress of Vienna through Imperialism.

in 1848 zThe revolutions were led by a minority of intellectuals, students, and labor leaders and were not widely supported by the majority of the people. zThe only lasting result was the abdication of Metternich. Hungary zIn Hungary, Louis Kossuth led a revolt in the Hungarian Diet which made Hungary autonomous while accepting the emperor as the king of Hungary. He outlawed serfdom, forced the nobility to pay taxes, and required public officials/


1. SOUTHERN SLAVERY THE PECULIAR INSTITUTION  Prior to 1791 slavery was not profitable  Cotton Gin----Eli Whitney---1791  South relied on cotton and.

6. Did slaves revolt against slavery?  Slave revolts Slave codes Notes 2 1791: 4,000 bales of cotton are produced 1849: 2, 246, 900 bales of cotton are produced 6 cents a lb. to 14 cents in 1857 Expanded into Arkansas/to the insurrectionists march; at the same time Governor James Monroe, the future president, was informed of the plot and dispatched the state militia against them. Prosser and some 35 of his young comrades were captured and hanged. Slave Revolts/Prosser The leader of an American slave revolt /


1. SOUTHERN SLAVERY THE PECULIAR INSTITUTION  Prior to 1791 slavery was not profitable  Cotton Gin----Eli Whitney---1791  South relied on cotton and.

6. Did slaves revolt against slavery?  Slave revolts Slave codes Notes 2 1791: 4,000 bales of cotton are produced 1849: 2, 246, 900 bales of cotton are produced 6 cents a lb. to 14 cents in 1857 Expanded into Arkansas/to the insurrectionists march; at the same time Governor James Monroe, the future president, was informed of the plot and dispatched the state militia against them. Prosser and some 35 of his young comrades were captured and hanged. Slave Revolts/Prosser The leader of an American slave revolt /


AP European History Test Review Part Four Congress of Vienna through Imperialism.

in 1848 zThe revolutions were led by a minority of intellectuals, students, and labor leaders and were not widely supported by the majority of the people. zThe only lasting result was the abdication of Metternich. Hungary zIn Hungary, Louis Kossuth led a revolt in the Hungarian Diet which made Hungary autonomous while accepting the emperor as the king of Hungary. He outlawed serfdom, forced the nobility to pay taxes, and required public officials/


The British In India.

Amritsar massacre British fears of a general revolt in the Punjab led to arrests of Indian politicians in Amritsar, one of the main cities in northern India. Indians protested and the authorities called for army /of respect for the British. The Amritsar Massacre was a turning point. After it, Gandhi became the leader of the Indian nationalists in the Indian Congress party. He resolved to work towards Indian independence by a series of major campaigns against the British. Amritsar Massacre 1919 The/


Chapter Fourth Edition THE WORLD’S HISTORY Copyright ©2010, ©2006 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. The World’s History, Fourth Edition Howard.

, Fourth Edition Howard Spodek Japan: From Isolation to Equality, 1867-1914 The End of the Shogunate –Japanese isolation ends with Commodore Perry –Regional leaders decide to remove Shogun-- administered Japan in name of the emperor and stood in way of modernization –Meiji Restoration began as regional revolt & ended with confiscation of Shogun’s land and restoration of direct rule by the emperor assisted by daimyo Copyright ©2010, ©2006 by Pearson Education/


 1800’s Europe—began push for the extension of one nation’s power over another’s lands  Targeted Africa and Asia  Sources of raw materials and markets.

Economic expansion: Railroads, dams, phones, telegraph lines built Entrepreneurial class created  Existing ruling class  Can Vuoug (Save the King) in Vietnam  Peasant revolts  All failed  Westernized intellectuals in cities led revolts in the 20 th century  Educated in Western-style schools; professionals  Defend economic, religious beliefs of natives; then, organized formal protests  By 1930’s they began demanding independence Africa, huge continent, rugged terrain; travel/


THE ROAD TO THE CIVIL WAR

action. A torrential downpour and thunderstorm, however, washed away a bridge vital to the insurrectionists march; at the same time Governor James Monroe, the future president, was informed of the plot and dispatched the state militia against them. Prosser and some 35 of his young comrades were captured and hanged. SLAVE REVOLTS The leader of an American slave revolt in Charleston, S.C., Denmark Vesey, b. Africa, 1767, d. July 2, 1822/


The South and the Slavery Controversy Chapter 16.

for action. A torrential downpour and thunderstorm, however, washed away a bridge vital to the insurrectionists march; at the same time Governor James Monroe, the future president, was informed of the plot and dispatched the state militia against them. Prosser and some 35 of his young comrades were captured and hanged. The leader of an American slave revolt in Charleston, S.C., Denmark Vesey, b. Africa, 1767, d. July 2, 1822/


THE ROAD TO THE CIVIL WAR

1857 Expanded into Arkansas and Texas Crop increase: 2,500,000 bales in 1850 to 5,300,000 in 1860 Crop Value: In 1800, $8 million: In 1860, $250 million Tobacco by 1860 : 200,000,000 lbs. to 430,000,000 lbs. GROWTH OF/ to the insurrectionists march; at the same time Governor James Monroe, the future president, was informed of the plot and dispatched the state militia against them. Prosser and some 35 of his young comrades were captured and hanged. SLAVE REVOLTS The leader of an American slave revolt in /


The War Between the States” “Brother Against Brother ”

walking down Dred Scott Decision 1857 John Brown’s Slave Revolt at Harper’s Ferry 1859 Continual Debate over State’s Rights Issue of Slavery Election of Abraham Lincoln as 16th President 1860 Confederate States secede from the Union 1861 Power Point Presentation developed as part of the Adventure of the American Mind Project funded through the Library of Congress. Original documents and photos come from the American Memory Collection of the Library of Congress


Chapter 18: Nationalism, Imperialism and Resistance Nationalism

models in colony Anti-Colonial Revolts, 1857-1914 Benefits of empire (jobs, e.g.) accompanied by resentment at discrimination Colonials initially sought restoration of idealized, independent past Later movements sought freedom within setting of modern institutions Young Turks African National Congress (South Africa) Japan: From Isolation to Equality, 1867-1914 The End of the Shogunate Japanese isolation ends with Commodore Perry Regional leaders decide to remove Shogun-- administered Japan/


Revolution/Reaction/Revolution

of Russia’s Jews The Ottoman Empire -- Late 19c “The Sicker Man of Europe” Alexander succeeded by Nicholas I (brother) 1825 Alexander assassinated brutally Nicholas opposite from their father: wanted all power, autocratic Brutally put down revolts and leaders Polish Revolution part of/(Victoria’s oldest) Opposition Junkers: The Prussian aristocracy Austria Everyone else in the old HRE Everyone else in Europe Helmuth von Moltke Chief of Staff of Prussian Army, 1857-1878 Military Genius Planned for Aggression /


Globe Section 1 Hemispheres- divides the earth into halves

Government Leaders of the government Citizens rights Limited government-citizens have the power and elect officials to help govern the people Chapter 4 section 2 Unlimited government- leaders have almost total power (dictators) Constitutional amendment change or addition to the Constitution Bill of Rights in 1791 gave a specific definition of the rights of the people Federal system divided the power of the U.S. between the federal government and the state governments Federal government the president of the/


The Unification of Italy. Background From 1100s to 1800s central Europe was made up of numerous kingdoms, principalities, and free cities A small group.

the Italian peninsula – crushed resistance in each province that had revolted The election of the supposedly liberal Pope Pius IX in 1846 raised hopes for Papal support for unification. The "Neo-Guelfs", led by individuals such as Vincenzo Gioberti, favored the unification of Italy under the Pope, and Pius IX appeared to be the leader that many of the/friends no one believes the enterprise possible… -Cavour, in a letter to La Farina, Secretary of the Italian National Society, September 1857 Count Camillo di /


UNIT IV: 1750-1914 QUESTIONS OF PERIODIZATION Very important characteristics that distinguish 1750-1914 from previous eras in world history include :

the plight of the Amerindian peasants and was executed for leading a rebellion against the colonial government. The Creole elite then took up the drive for independence that was won under the leadership of Agustin de Iturbide, a conservative military commander. However, Father Hidalgos cause greatly influenced Mexicos political atmosphere, as his populist ideas were taken up by others who led the people in revolt against the Creoles. Two famous populist leaders/


Modernism and intellectual issues at the end of the Victorian period Marty Robinson.

role, but its interests were in the Pacific realm, not Africa.  Congo Free State The treaties gave King Leopold II of Belgium personal control over the lands in the Congo River valley Leopold announced that he would end the slave trade in the region Stanley met with local leaders and signed treaties on behalf of the Belgian king West Africa Several of the colonies in the region began as lands owned by a/


Absolutism. Divine Right The power for the monarch to rule comes from God and that the king is an agent of God. Absolute monarchs used this power to justify.

to ensure that non-Russians would not gain the majority. Russification was making sure that the Russians stayed in control of Russia. Giuseppe Mazzini Fought for freedom and unification of all Italian speaking people by forming “Young Italy.” Called the “soul” of Italy for his fiery speeches and writings. Led revolts and fought for democracy and social justice. One of the three leaders of Italian Nationalism. Count Camillo Cauvor Who was/


Varieties of Imperialism in Africa, India, Southeast Asia, and Latin America, 1750-1914 Chapter 25 Varieties of Imperialism in Africa, India, Southeast.

1911, only to be overthrown in turn by General Victoriana Huerta in 1913. The Constitutionalists Venustiano Carranza and Alvaro Obregon emerged as leaders of the disaffected middle class and industrial workers, and they organized armies that overthrew Huerta in 1914. 26 | 55 Emiliano Zapata (1879–1919) led a peasant revolt in Morelos, south of Mexico City, while Francisco (Pancho) Villa organized an army in northern Mexico/


Chapter Fourth Edition THE WORLD’S HISTORY Copyright ©2010, ©2006 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. The World’s History, Fourth Edition Howard.

, Fourth Edition Howard Spodek Japan: From Isolation to Equality, 1867-1914 The End of the Shogunate –Japanese isolation ends with Commodore Perry –Regional leaders decide to remove Shogun-- administered Japan in name of the emperor and stood in way of modernization –Meiji Restoration began as regional revolt & ended with confiscation of Shogun’s land and restoration of direct rule by the emperor assisted by daimyo Copyright ©2010, ©2006 by Pearson Education/


Congress of Vienna through Imperialism Karine Yeterian Talin Manoukian Sona Soghomonian.

Austrian empire included a large number of ethnic minorities within its borders. Their individual nationality was suppressed by the empire. zIn the “March Days,” revolts occurred in Italy, Hungary, Bohemia, & Austria itself. zThe revolutions were led by a minority of intellectuals, students, and labor leaders and were not widely supported by the majority of the people. zThe only lasting result was the abdication of Metternich. THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION zThe industrial revolution began/


Africa, India and the New British Empire, 1750-1870 Chapter 25.

Africa to find locations for Christians missions made his way all over the place with usually warm receptions Henry Morton Stanley fought his way through, and of course found Livingstone in 1871 Abolition The successful slave revolt ended slavery in the largest plantation colony of the W Indies Elsewhere slave revolts brutally suppressed Which drew the attention of humanitarians Both England and US made it illegal for their citizens to/


Varieties of Imperialism in Africa, India, Southeast Asia, and Latin America, 1750-1914 Chapter 25 Varieties of Imperialism in Africa, India, Southeast.

1911, only to be overthrown in turn by General Victoriana Huerta in 1913. The Constitutionalists Venustiano Carranza and Alvaro Obregon emerged as leaders of the disaffected middle class and industrial workers, and they organized armies that overthrew Huerta in 1914. 26 | 56 Emiliano Zapata (1879–1919) led a peasant revolt in Morelos, south of Mexico City, while Francisco (Pancho) Villa organized an army in northern Mexico/


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