Reported by
Joshua Abel S. De Guzman
Objectives:

 To know the different persons behind the nation
building in Latin America;
 To create full understand...
Chapter Outline

1. Latin Americas Gain Their Independence
2. National Unity Develops Slowly in Latin America
3. The ...
Latin America Gain Their Independence
Why they wanted to gain their
Independence?

The colonist had to pay taxes;
They could trade only with the home cou...
The French colony of St. Domingue

Located on the Island of Hispaniola;
One of the most profitable of the
European ...
Vincent Oge

He called for similar
rights of citizenship
Because of his
demands he was
publicly tortured to
deat...
“Declaration of
Man & Citizen”
(1789)
Pierre Toussaint L’Overture

An ex-slave with a
skillful military
leadership.
Had barely
established a new
gover...
In 1804, the revolutionaries declared their
part of the Island of Hispaniola the
independent nation of Haiti.

Francisco
de Miranda
Simon Bolivar
-He became the
most important
figure in South
America’s fight for
Independence.
Antonio Jose
de Sucre
Bolivar’s ablest
general.
Jose
de San Martin
He was leading a
military force north from
Argentina.
Mexico- called “New Spain” before it
gained its Independence.

Miguel Hidalgo
Jose Maria Morelos
In 1821, Mexicans declared
Independence.

King John VI
Emperor Pedro I
National Unity Develops Slowly in Latin America
What hampered the movement to
unify Latin American countries?

1.Geographical Barriers
2.Social Inequalities
3.Weak ...
1. Geographical Barriers

1. Vast distances
2. Lofty mountain ranges
3. Dense forest
2. Social Inequalities

Indian, mestizos and blacks
still had few rights and were not
allowed full participation in ...
3. Weak Economies

Years of revolution had
weaken Latin American
economies
Disrupted trade and farming
“Age of Caudillos”

A Spanish word meaning “chiefs”.
A dictator who came to power by
gaining the support of the arm...
Diego Portales
Atacama Desert

Juan Manuel
de Rosas
A creole landowner and
businessman who ruled Argentina
harshly.
4. Political disagreements

VS
Benito Juarez

An Indian
lawyer who
is the
minister of
Justice
France tries to take over Mexico

Archduke
Maximilian of
Austria
Porfirio Diaz
Quiz

Get any kind of paper
Number your paper 1-5.
And answer the following:
1. Below are the reasons why the unification of
the Latin American countries, except one;

a.Geographical Barriers
b....
2. This is a Spanish word
meaning, “chiefs.”

a.Caudillos
b.Cadillos
c. Carillos
d.Caudillas
3. He became the most important
figure in South America’s fight for
Independence

a.Vincent Oge
b.Benito Juarez
c.S...
4. The Declaration of Man & Citizenship
declares during the year of _______.

a.1789
b.1717
c.1719
d.1714
5. What particular Americans did
we tackled about?

a.Canadians
b.Latin Americans
c. Native Americans
d.Filipino-Am...

1. C
2. A
3. C
4. A
5. B
Anwers:
Assignment

Read the Chapter 23: Chapter Outlines
(pp 501-517):
•The United States Expands
•The United States Surviv...
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  • 1. Reported by Joshua Abel S. De Guzman
  • 2. Objectives:   To know the different persons behind the nation building in Latin America;  To create full understanding of nation-building in Latin Americas; and  To reflect on the events happened in Latin Americas.
  • 3. Chapter Outline  1. Latin Americas Gain Their Independence 2. National Unity Develops Slowly in Latin America 3. The United States Expands 4. The United States Survives The Civil War amd Grows Stronger 5. Canada Becomes a Nation
  • 4. Latin America Gain Their Independence
  • 5. Why they wanted to gain their Independence?  The colonist had to pay taxes; They could trade only with the home country; Wealthy, educated colonist of creole and mestizo descent were barred from high positions in the government, Church and army; and Blacks and Indians led harsh lives.
  • 6. The French colony of St. Domingue  Located on the Island of Hispaniola; One of the most profitable of the European colonies in the Americas; 400,000 black slaves worked on Sugar Plantations; 22,000 mullato lived in the colony
  • 7. Vincent Oge  He called for similar rights of citizenship Because of his demands he was publicly tortured to death by the government
  • 8. “Declaration of Man & Citizen” (1789)
  • 9. Pierre Toussaint L’Overture  An ex-slave with a skillful military leadership. Had barely established a new government.
  • 10. In 1804, the revolutionaries declared their part of the Island of Hispaniola the independent nation of Haiti. 
  • 11. Francisco de Miranda
  • 12. Simon Bolivar -He became the most important figure in South America’s fight for Independence.
  • 13. Antonio Jose de Sucre Bolivar’s ablest general.
  • 14. Jose de San Martin He was leading a military force north from Argentina.
  • 15. Mexico- called “New Spain” before it gained its Independence. 
  • 16. Miguel Hidalgo
  • 17. Jose Maria Morelos
  • 18. In 1821, Mexicans declared Independence. 
  • 19. King John VI
  • 20. Emperor Pedro I
  • 21. National Unity Develops Slowly in Latin America
  • 22. What hampered the movement to unify Latin American countries?  1.Geographical Barriers 2.Social Inequalities 3.Weak economies 4.Political disagreements
  • 23. 1. Geographical Barriers  1. Vast distances 2. Lofty mountain ranges 3. Dense forest
  • 24. 2. Social Inequalities  Indian, mestizos and blacks still had few rights and were not allowed full participation in the new nations.
  • 25. 3. Weak Economies  Years of revolution had weaken Latin American economies Disrupted trade and farming
  • 26. “Age of Caudillos”  A Spanish word meaning “chiefs”. A dictator who came to power by gaining the support of the army and the wealthy landowners. Most appointees were unqualified and corrupt.
  • 27. Diego Portales
  • 28. Atacama Desert 
  • 29. Juan Manuel de Rosas A creole landowner and businessman who ruled Argentina harshly.
  • 30. 4. Political disagreements  VS
  • 31. Benito Juarez  An Indian lawyer who is the minister of Justice
  • 32. France tries to take over Mexico  Archduke Maximilian of Austria
  • 33. Porfirio Diaz
  • 34. Quiz  Get any kind of paper Number your paper 1-5. And answer the following:
  • 35. 1. Below are the reasons why the unification of the Latin American countries, except one;  a.Geographical Barriers b.Social Inequalities c.Weak leaders d.Political disagreements
  • 36. 2. This is a Spanish word meaning, “chiefs.”  a.Caudillos b.Cadillos c. Carillos d.Caudillas
  • 37. 3. He became the most important figure in South America’s fight for Independence  a.Vincent Oge b.Benito Juarez c.Simon Bolivar d.Pierre Toussaint L’Overture
  • 38. 4. The Declaration of Man & Citizenship declares during the year of _______.  a.1789 b.1717 c.1719 d.1714
  • 39. 5. What particular Americans did we tackled about?  a.Canadians b.Latin Americans c. Native Americans d.Filipino-Americans
  • 40.  1. C 2. A 3. C 4. A 5. B Anwers:
  • 41. Assignment  Read the Chapter 23: Chapter Outlines (pp 501-517): •The United States Expands •The United States Survives the Civil War and Grows Stronger •Canada Becomes a Nation

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