AP World History Unit V Chapter 25
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He was the man who helped start the revolution in Haiti. He died before the end, but it went on until victory in 1804.
Miguel de Hidalgo
He was a revolutionary in Mexico who went up against the Spanish. Although he lost, he started a revolution there.
Augustín de Iturbide
He was a revolutionary in Latin America who was able to take over Mexico to create the Mexican Empire.
He was a revolutionary in Latin America who helped lead many campaigns that resulted in success.
This was one of the first countries that were set up in Latin America after the Spanish had been kicked out.
José de San Martin
He was a man who helped fight against the Spanish and made them lose control of all their American colonies.
He was a king of Portugal who seemed to have everything go wrong, as he nearly lost his title and even lost Brazil.
He was the son of João VI who rebelled against his father and took over Brazil, making it his own empire.
Andrés Santa Cruz
He was a politician in Latin America that held a few high positions. He also helped them gain independence.
They are people who use their popularity to gain political strength and use that strength to take over an area.
They were the conservatives of Latin America. They wanted to make the government stronger.
They wanted the local and regional government to have all of the power. They were the liberals of Latin America.
It was a statement put out by the United States that said European powers cannot retake American countries.
It is the feces from a certain type of bird located in Peru that is rich in nitrogen, making it perfect for fertilizing.
It is the idea that problems can be fixed in society if they are looked at from a scientific perspective.
Antonio López de Santa Anna
He was one of the big caudillos located in Latin America who helped free Mexico from Spain.
It was the belief in the United States that they had been given all the land all the way to the coast by God.
Mexican-American War (-)
It was a war between the United States and Mexico that was started by some territory disputes.
Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo ()
It was the treaty that was made between the United States and Mexico that ended the Mexican-American War.
He was a politician from Mexico that took over and reformed Mexico in ways to improve it.
It was a time in Mexico where a ton of reforms were made to try and fix land issues and to help get the poor educated.
Maximilian von Habsburg
He was a military leader who was put in charge on Mexico to create the second Mexican Empire.
They were the people that lived in South America, specifically the southern half of South America.
Juan Manuel de Rosas
He was a Latin American politician who had a military background, explaining why he was so strict.
It is a country in South America that still exists today that was made in 1862 after a war with Buenos Aires.
Domingo F Sarmiento
He was a writer and a scholar who became the president of Argentina. He tried to get everyone an education.
They were the plantations that were made in Brazil and mostly used for coffee. They caused a demand for slaves.
It is the belief that the more modernized a country is, then the better it will do in the world.
It was the belief that developed nations developed because they used the other undeveloped nations.
He was the president of Mexico for a long period of time, where Mexico was going through good times.
They were the advisors of Mexico that were chosen by Díaz to try and help get Mexico modernized.
This was a war that was between Spain and America. It was fought mostly because of the US' imperialistic agenda.
It was a canal that the United States had built through Panama to connect the Pacific and Atlantic Ocean.