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World History II Review SOL 7: Colonies in 1800. Varina High School. Colonial governments mirrored the home governments . ____________________ had a strong influence on the development of the colonies. A: Catholicism.

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World history ii review sol 7 colonies in 1800

World History II Review

SOL 7: Colonies in 1800

Varina High School


Colonial governments mirrored the home governments.

____________________had a strong influence on the development of the colonies.

A:

Catholicism


A major element of the economy was the mining of ____________________for export.

A:

Precious metals


Examples of Major cities that were established as outposts of colonial authority.

_______________ in Cuba

A:

Havana


Examples of Major cities that were established as outposts of colonial authority.

_______________ in Mexico

A:

Mexico City


Examples of Major cities that were established as outposts of colonial authority.

_______________ in Peru

A:

Lima


Examples of Major cities that were established as outposts of colonial authority.

_______________ in Brazil

A:

Sao Paulo


Examples of Major cities that were established as outposts of colonial authority.

_______________ in Argentina

A:

Buenos Aires


Rigid class structure of colonial authority

Viceroys / colonial officers

____________________ (people of European descent born in the Americas)

____________________ (people of Native American and European heritage)

A:

Creoles

Mestizos


Influence of the American and French Revolutions on Latin America

Slaves in the country of _______________ rebelled, abolished slavery, and won independence.

A:

Haiti


Father America_______________ started the Mexican independence movement.

A:

Miguel Hidalgo


_______________, America_______________, and _______________ colonies gained independence.

A:

French

Spanish

Portuguese


Selected countries that gained independence during the 1800s America

Mexico

Haiti

Colombia

Venezuela

Brazil


Contributions of ________________________ America

Former slave who led Haitian rebellion against French

Defeated the armies of three foreign powers: Spain, France, and Britain

A:

Toussaint L’Ouverture


Contributions of _________________________ America

Native resident who led revolutionary efforts in Latin America

Liberated the northern areas of Latin America

Bolivia bears his name

A:

Simon Bolivar


Impact of the Monroe Doctrine America

The Monroe Doctrine was issued by President ______________________ in 1823.

A:

James Monroe



The United States would regard as a threat to its own peace and safety any attempt by European powers to impose their system on any independent state in the ________________ Hemisphere.

A:

Western


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