Sociales - subsitence • Exportations were limited to tabaco some leather woods honeys and some aguardiente • The production of coffee and cacao

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8/9/11 Definition Period of time (1809-1821) in which the Spanish Imperial Government basically did not exercise any power over the Santo Domingo Colony. Spain did not intervene in any of the colony’s actions as they were focusing on other, richer colonies.
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8/9/11 Summary The cattle industry was forbidden to do any type of trade with the occidental side of the island by Ferrand. Cattle industry began resistance with help of English troops. Guerra de la Reconquista (1808) occurred in Palo Hincado
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8/9/11 Characteristics Agriculture was basically for
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Unformatted text preview: subsitence • Exportations were limited to tabaco, some leather, woods, honeys and some aguardiente. • The production of coffee and cacao was reduced inmensly. • The cattle industry was ruined 8/9/11 Characteristics of Economy • Spain had drained all of La Hispañola’s richness. • The economy underwent a slow shift from being primarily based on the cattle industry, towards the agricultural industry. • Tabaco, sugar cane and wood exports played an influential role, while cacao and coffee’s influence greatly...
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This note was uploaded on 08/09/2011 for the course HISTORY -- taught by Professor Torres during the Spring '11 term at Universidad Iberoamericana.

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Sociales - subsitence • Exportations were limited to tabaco some leather woods honeys and some aguardiente • The production of coffee and cacao

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