Chapter 25 – The Consolidation of Latin America, 1830-1920 Terms to Know: Latin America Creoles Toussaint L’Overture Father Miguel de Hidalgo Augustin de Iturbide Simon Bolivar Gran Columbia Jose de San martin Dom Pedro I Andres Santa Cruz Caudillos Centralists Federalists Juan Manuel de Rosas Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna Monroe Doctrine Guano Positivism Auguste Comte Manifest Destiny Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo Mexican- American War Benito Juarez La Reforma Maximilian von Habsburg Napoleon III Porfirio Diaz Argentine Republic Domingo F. Sarmiento Facundo Dom Pedro II Fazendas Canudos J. Machado de Assis War of the Pacific “fertilizer war” Cientificos Spanish-American War Panama Canal REVIEW QUESTIONS 1. Examine the differences between the independence moves of L’Overture, de Hidalgo, de Iturbide, and Dom Pedro. 2. Examine the role of the caudillos in the early days of the independent nations. 3. Examine the differing political views of the federalists and centralists. 4. What role did the United States play in Latin America 1820-1920 5. Examine the struggle in Mexico for a government independent of foreign control. 6. Examine the role of slavery in Brazil 7. Examine the role of women, mestizos, and indigenous people in Latin America 1830-1920.
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