3.1 Venezuela and New Granada (1807–1821) 3.1.1 Prelude, 1807–1810. 3.1.2 First Republic of Venezuela, 1811–12. 3.1.3 Second Republic of Venezuela, 1813–14. ...
3.2 Ecuador and Peru, 1822–1825.
3.3 Consolidation of the independence, 1825–1830. 3.3.1 The Republic of Bolivia. 3.3.2 Struggles inside Gran Colombia.
How did Simón Bolívar impact the creation of Gran Colombia? The countries of Curaçao, Trinidad, Tobago, Antigua, and Tortola united to form Gran Colombia, in which Simón Bolívar served as prime minister. The countries of
4. Two leaders who contributed to independence in South America were (1 point) Miguel Hidalgo and Jose Morelos. Jose de San Martín and Simón Bolívar. Toussaint L'Ouverture and Bernardo O'Higgins. Simón Bolívar and Prince
What best describes Simón Bolívar’s revolutionary efforts in Venezuela? bolivar was able to free Venezuela from French rule and instituted a parliamentary monarchy bolivar was able to free Venezuela from Spanish rule and
1. Which of the following are accomplishments of the Incas? (1 point) pyramids floating gardens hieroglyphics roads and aqueducts 2. All of the following contributed to the Spanish victory over the Aztecs except (1 point) disease
Which accurately describes 19th-century revolutions in Latin America? Simón Bolívar mounted a revolution against Spain, gaining independence for Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Peru, and Columbia. Fidel Castro, a devout reader of
Which of the following is a reason Venezuelans wanted their independence from Gran Colombia? They thought the gap between the rich and the poor would decrease if Venezuela gained independence. They did not think the same laws
What did Simón Bolívar promise Alexandre Pétion in exchange for weapons and Haitian troops? A.to promote international trade with Haiti B.to end slavery in Venezuela C.to support Pétion’s bid for reelection in Haiti D.to
What contribution did Simon bolivar and Jose de San martin make to history of the region? A) They served as prominent criollo leaders B) They led the revolutions for Independence. C) They instituted the first Republican
The twentieth century–and the 1960s in particular–saw a proliferation of independence movements among former European colonies in Africa and Asia. Why do you think countries wanted independence? In what ways did these