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April 15, 2008 Chapter 10 Key Terms: Joao (John) V r 1705-50, Jose (Joseph) r 1750-77, Marquis de Pompal, Sao Paulo/Paulistas, Minas Gerais, Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia, Irmandades, Misericordia, Regalist Doctrine, Absolutism, Mercantilism, Coimbra, Tax Farming, Miscegenation Chapter 11 Key Terms: Miguel Hidalgo, Augustin Iturbide, Simon Bolivar, Jose De San Martine, St. Dominique/ Haiti/Ssanto Domingo, Code Noir, Jean Francois & Biasso, Jeannot, Toissant L’Overture, 18 th Brumair (Nov. 9. 1799), Leclerl, Dessalines, Christophe, Petion, Cabeza de Vaca, Las Casas Chapter 10 Kings of Portugal = John V, Joseph weren’t concerned with running the country Important person = Marquis de Pompal Premier, Prime minister, first minister ran country Regalist Doctrine/Absolutism / Mercantilism
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Unformatted text preview: lead to revolutions from home country left alone until 1700 new ideas developing started in France during 1600s idea that colonies exist for benefit of home country ( Mercantilism ) countries in Latin America were self-governing home countries come in with idea that word of king was absolute Absolutism/Regalist Doctrine by 1825 except for Caribbean islands & the Guyanas, countries wanted independence Tax Farming assign collection of taxes to highest bidder tax collector keeps extra money Creoles v. Peninsulares both whites, Creole – white born in colony; Peninsular = white born in Iberian Peninsula Didn’t trust colonists only whites born in home country sent to govern home country...
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