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Latin American Indep

SC 7-3 Latin American Independence

TERMDEFINITION
peninsulares colonial leaders in Latin America BORN in Spain or Portugal
creoles DESCENDANTS of Portuguese or Spanish settlers born in the colonies
mestizos people of MIXED Spanish and Native American ancestry
caudillos dictators who ruled by military force
mulattos people of mixed African and European descent
MIGUEL HIDALGO Catholic priest who began the fight for independence from Spain in Mexico
SIMON BOLIVAR led much of South America in fight for freedom from Spain
Tousssaint-Louverture led the FIRST Latin American revolution for independence, it was also the only successful slave revolt!
Created by: mhardy