These revolutions followed the American and French Revolutions, which had profound effects on the Spanish, Portuguese and French colonies in the Americans. Simon Bolivar was an influence of the Latin American Revolution. His goals were to mold the former Spanish colonies of South America into a confederation just like the U.S. The Latin American War of Independence comprised numerous wars and conflicts which took place between 1808 - 1829. He fought against Spanish rule in 1811 with the inspiration of George Washington.
But once Trujillo became President they lost most of their fortune. Patria Mercedes Mirabal (Feb.27.1924-Nov.25.1960) was the eldest sister. Patria was very catholic and when she was young she wanted to become a nun one day. but she never did. At the age of sixteenth she marry a young man named Pedro Gonzalez, Patria was the last sister to join the revolution against the regimen.
She alone could of turned England and even Europe on Henry’s new, protestant leaning ideas; which was a very important matter. The holy maid of kent was supposedly a prophet, she had revelations of the virgin Mary, which rocketed her to fame all over England. In 1528, She was even given an audience with the Henry, while he held the title of Defender of the Faith. In this essay i will say whether i accept the view expressed in source H that the Holy Maid of Kent remained important until 1533. Source H agrees with the view that the Holy Maid of Kent was important until 1533.
Indians move east to Virginia to secure a town in Jamestown. Spanish colonial practice, usually, the distribution of indigenous people for forced labor. In a broader sense it referred to any official distribution of goods, property, and services. Early as 1499, deserving Spaniards were allotted pieces of land, receiving at the same time the native people living on them; these allotments were known as encomiendas. The encomienda system is deeply entrenched in the history and culture of South and Central America, and is one of the most damaging institutions that the Spanish colonists implemented in the New World.
What was the "fundamental difference" between Columbus' voyage in 1492 and other Portuguese explorers of that time? The difference was Columbus found a continent he didnt even know existed and Portuguese explorers knew the places existed. What did the Papal Bull of 1493 do for Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand of Spain? The Papal Bull made all of the land
Maguey cactus juice – given to sacrificial victims. | | Aztecs | Incas | Econmiendas = to entrust. Spanish needed to encourage immigration to the Americas + control newly conquered land. First established in Hispaniola in May 1493. Spanish colonies [conquistadores, minor nobles, notable natives] given land +Natives [max 300].
Independence from Institutions Norma Lomeli Mid-Term CLAS 170 Tues-Thurs 2-3:15PM October 30, 2012 In the mid 16th century for Spanish America the metropolis in the colonial period was Spain. Christopher Columbus on his second voyage to Hispaniola (Dominican Republic and Haiti) in 1493, carried sugarcane from the Canary Islands to the New World. However the Spaniards were more concerned with finding gold than farming the sugarcane fields. Spanish colonizers began planting sugarcane seeds throughout the Caribbean colonies with no intent to cultivate; instead they used the island as protective harbors along shipping routes. Brazil continued to supply nearly all of Europe with sugar but when English colonies got
I also will tell of the country’s different relationships with the Natives. First I am going start with the colonization style of Spain. Spain focused mostly on colonizing the northern part of South America and southern America. Such areas as Mexico, Peru, and Florida were of the popular places were Spanish ships landed. The Natives who already lived there were forced to be slaves and mine gold for the Spanish people who settled there.
The European powers managed to conquer all of the Americas and spread their influence throughout the world. Using culture and religion to conquer many peoples and exploit them to the fullest of their ability. One could ask, how the world would be different if the Europeans hadn’t discovered the Americas? We’ll never know. -----------------------  Games, Alison F. and Adam Rothman, Major Problems in Atlantic History.
Colonies in America The Americas were a new world to conquer and colonize back in the 1500s. During this time there were three main, powerful nations searching to expand their empire and make their country more powerful. Spain, France, and England were the three most powerful nations; each one looking to dominate the others in everything from size of the empire to the goods they controlled. Spain was the first to set-up shop in the Americas, around 1492, which was the year Christopher Colombus accidentally discovered the New World. Spain's claim to these lands was solidified by the Inter Caetera papal bull of 1493, and by the Treaty of Tordesillas of 1494, in which the globe was divided into two hemispheres between Spanish and Portuguese claims.