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JEOPARDY. The Consolidation of Latin America. Categories. 100. 200. 300. 400. 500. Latin America . 100. 200. 300. 400. 500. Latin American Revolution. More Revolutions . 100. 200. 300. 400. 500. 100. 200. Important People. 300. 400. 500. 100. 200. 300. 400. 500.

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JEOPARDY

The Consolidation of Latin America

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Latin America

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Latin American Revolution

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Important People

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Vocabulary

these were the two mexican priests who called for mexicans to rise in revolt against the spanish
These were the two Mexican priests who called for Mexicans to rise in revolt against the Spanish.

Who was Jose Morales and Father Hidalgo?

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He became known as the “ George Washington of South America” and the “ liberator” and led a successful revolt against the Spanish .

Who was Simon Bolivar?

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This conservative leader with the help of creole, mestizo, and Native American soldiers succeeded in overthrowing the Spanish viceroy in Mexico.

Who was Augustin de Iturbide?

these were the three generals who overthrew the spanish in latin america
These were the three generals who overthrew the Spanish in Latin America.

Who were Simon Bolivar, Bernardo O’Higgins, and Jose de San Martin.

this was the former name given to colombia ecuador venezuela nicaragua and costa rica
This was the former name given to Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica.

What was Gran Colombia?

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This is the country that declared independence from Portugal after Napoleon’s armies attacked and forced the royal family into exile.

What was Brazil?

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What was sugar cane?

This was the main economic product of Haiti that helped perpetuate the horrendous conditions of brutality that led to the slave revolt of 1791.

he was the one legged leader dictator who led mexico during the mexican american war
He was the one-legged leader, dictator who led Mexico during the Mexican-American War.

Who was Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna?

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This was the system practiced by many wealthy Mexican landowners to keep agricultural workers bound to the land.

What was peonage?

he was the mexican president who came to power after deposing and executing emperor maximilian i
He was the Mexican president who came to power after deposing and executing Emperor Maximilian I.

Who was Benito Juarez?

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This famous document written in 1823 stated that no European powers should interfere in the western hemisphere.

What was the Monroe Doctrine?

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This was the famous addition to the Monroe Doctrine issued in 1904, that stated that the U.S. would police the western hemisphere.

What was the Roosevelt Corollary?

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These were bird droppings used as fertilizer and exported from Peru as one of the areas largest exports between 1850 until 1880.

What is guano?

these were the large coffee plantations which further established slavery in brazil
These were the large coffee plantations which further established slavery in Brazil.

What were fazendas?

he was the french philosopher of positivism and considered to be the father of modern sociology
He was the French Philosopher of positivism and considered to be the father of modern sociology.

Who was Auguste Comte?

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This was the agreement that ended the Mexican American War and allowed the U.S. acquisition of Texas, California, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, etc.

What was the Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo?

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This was the war that was fought in 1898 and allowed the U.S. to acquire their first Imperial conquests.

What was the Spanish American War ?

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These were Latin American politicians who wished to create strong national governments with broad powers and often Latin American conservatives.

Who were centralists ?

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He was the strongman leader in Buenos Ares, Argentina who took power in 1831 and had the support of local gauchos or cowboys ( yippe yay oh!!) .

Who was Juan Manuel de Rosas?

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This was nicknamed the “ Big Ditch” and cost countless lives and money to build as well as damaging U.S. - Latin American diplomacy .

What was the Panama Canal?

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He was the Mestizo general who established the independent union of Peru and Bolivia between 1829 and 1839.

Who was Marshall Andres Santa Cruz?

he was the son of joao vi of portugal and became the first emperor of brazil in 1822
He was the son of Joao VI of Portugal and became the first emperor of Brazil in 1822.

Who was Dom Pedro I?

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This was the scientific approach to social problem s adopted by many Latin American politicians and Liberals after the independence from Spain.

What was positivism?

this was the liberal revolt against the forces of santa ana led by benito juarez
This was the liberal revolt against the forces of Santa Ana led by Benito Juarez.

What was La Reforma?

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This was the name for the strongmen dictators who dominated local areas by force and in defiance of national policies in Latin America and it means leader.

What were caudillos ?

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He was the liberal politician and president of the Argentine republic who wrote Facundo a critique of caudillos politics, and instituted reforms in education and transportation.

Who was Domingo Sarmiento?

this was the theory that the u s should stretch from the atlantic to the pacific oceans
This was the theory that the U.S. should stretch from the Atlantic to the Pacific Oceans.

What was manifest destiny?

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This revolution led by a former slave against the French was the main reason Napoleon sold the Louisiana Territory to the U.S.

What was the Haitian Revolution?

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Who was Toussaint L’Ouverture?

He led the successful revolution against the French and even though he was killed, his country became the only non-slave nation in the western hemisphere.

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What was the Dependency Theory?

This was the theory or belief that development and underdevelopment were not stages but were part of the same process in order for one to gain the other must lose.