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Leadersreview 110223144554-phpapp02[1] Leadersreview 110223144554-phpapp02[1] Presentation Transcript

  • INDEPENDENCE LEADERS OF LATIN AMERICA
  • Directions
    • In front of you, you have the name of the three revolutionaries of the independence movements in Latin America and the Caribbean.
    • You will be asked to identify the leader of the movement based on the descriptions that follow.
    • Some statements may apply to all of the leaders on this one you hold up the “A” card
      • Remember this is about what you know--not what others know!
  • All Miguel Hidalgo Toussaint L’Ouverture Simon Bolivar
  • The country of Bolivia was named in his honor.
  • He is known as the father of Mexican independence.
  • He was able to end Spanish rule in South America.
  • A wealthy Venezuelan who was educated in Spain.
  • His job in Mexico was as a priest.
  • He was imprisoned in France, where he eventually died.
  • He helped citizens gain independence in Haiti.
  • When he rang his church bell it was the signal for the beginning of the revolution
  • Colombia, Ecuador, Panama, Peru, and Venezuela won their independence through his efforts.
    • A former slave who was self educated
  • He was infected with tuberculosis and died from the disease.
  • Did not live to see their country become independent
  • He lived to see all of his countries become independent
  • His nickname was “El Liberatador”