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From Colonies to Nation States, From 1800-1920 1800-1920 Background Background
Spain and Portugal 18th Century Reforms Administration and Economy Intendents Peninsulares Creoles Social Tensions Idea of Liberation Liberation Movements Liberation
Creoles Enlightenment, American and French Revolutions The Napoleonic War Juntas Jose de San Martin Rio de la Plata Simon Bolivar Venezuela and Gran Colombia Miguel Hidalgo New Spain The Monroe Doctrine, 1823 José de San Martín's proclamation of the independence of Peru on Peru July 28, 1821 in Lima, Peru July 1821 Lima, Simon Bolivar Simon Miguel Hidalgo (1753-1811) (1753-1811) Consequences of Independence, 1820-1860 1820-1860
Political instability Caudillos Social Segregation Slavery Economic stagnation
Economic dependence Economic Dependence on foreign imports Dependence Lack of Investment Economic Revival, 1870-1920 Economic
Second Industrial Revolution in Europe Second and North America and
New Industries Demand for Latin American Goods
Rubber, cupper, coffee Expansion of Trade Foreign Investment Industrialization and Urbanization Politics and Society, 1870-1920 Politics
Economic Liberalism Reforma
Benito Juarez Abolition of Slavery
Cuba, 1886 Brazil, 1888 Fall of the Brazilian Empire, 1889; Republic created Social Discontent Civil Wars
Revolutionary Uprising in Mexico, 1911 (the Mexican Revolution)
Porfirio Diaz Fransisco Madero The War of the Pacific, 1879-83
Chile vs. Brazil and Peru Economic Dependence Foreign Interventions Benito Juarez Benito Porfirio Diaz Diaz Francisco Madero Madero ...
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2010 for the course HIST 1020 taught by Professor Gorshkov during the Spring '08 term at Auburn University.
- Spring '08