History Notes for 2-1-07

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History 002 on 1-30-07 01/02/2007 13:53:00 Lecture Outline – Haitian Revolution and the Latin American War of  Independence I. Introduction II. Haital Revolution III. Spanish America (1810-1824) Marti and the Southern Cone Bolivar and the North Nueva Espana IV. The Odd Transition of Brazil Important Terms, Dates, and Names: Toussaint L’Ouvertunre (1743-1803) Vincent Oge Jean-Jacques Dessalines Father Miguel Hidalgo (1753-1811) Gran Columbia Bourbon Reforms Simon Bolivar (1783-1830) Jose de San Martin (1778-1850)
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Haitian Revolution & the Latin American Wars of  Independence 01/02/2007 13:53:00 I. Intro Roles of Revolutionary Ideas (from 2 lectures ago) Freedom Fraternity Equality Groups of White Population: o Creals- People of white decent in a colony who are used to having  control, wealthy, etc.  Born in that colony, and therefore part of their  local committee. o Petty blocks- white people who aren’t wealthy, just members of the  trades, etc. Mulato Population o Mixed Heritage, often create confused situation.  Could come from  good families, such as sons of plantation owners.  Could inherit their  own land, and own slaves themselves.  Given no political rights,  because they aren’t pure white. Character Example: Shoflour (Citizens of  4  of  Month ) Son of Maltrough African Slaves o Massive amount in population o Want to revolt due to treatment they have experienced
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