Therefore, one of the societal changes The Republic of Uruguay confronted after the Soviet Union collapsed was the decreasing demand of wool, fishing products, petroleum consumption and exportation, and among other goods that led the “Switzerland of South America” to an economic depression. However, afterwards Uruguay was accused of being the center for Communism infestations practices, and after the postulation for presidency in 1990; Luis Alberto Lacalle de Herrera enhanced the political and economic development in the country. President Lacalle appealed to a democracy bureaucracy and established a free-market economy (including horse-and-buggy milk deliveries to Montevideo). Furthermore, Uruguay is known as the most challenging country in South America to be prompt to a change, since it lacks masses and is a small country. Moreover, from 1991 to the present…Uruguay has been branded as an important financial market due to its strategic location, predictable economy policies and stable clime.
In September 16th of 1821, Mexico gained Independence from Spain with the help of the United States. The United States was in the guise of Manifest Destiney, which they expand westward. Mexico lacked the strength of population number in the north gives places for the American immigrants to move in. The political issues raised by the new settlers became the dominant topic in Texas during the period. Spanish government gave Moses Austin of Missouri a contract to establish a colony on the Brazos River with 300 Catholic Families in January 1821.
The capital city of Asuncion was constructed by colonists first as a stockade fort in 1537. They completed their work on Assumption Day thereby calling the place Asuncion. After the fall of Buenos Aires to Indian tribes in 1541, the settlers there escaped upriver to Asuncion. Due to this, it became the traditional center of Spanish rule in the region. It became the launching point for Jesuit missionaries, as they press further into the interior to establish the famous reducciones of Paraguay.
Our Lady of Victories, Catholic Church Glenelg was established on the 20th November 1927 after the foundations being laid earlier in 1926. This church was proposed as the new Roman Catholic Church of St Mary’s, located in High street, Glenelg. The first Catholics arrived in Australia in the first fleet in 1788, these Catholics were predominately Irish convicts. The protestant St Paul’s Lutheran Church Glenelg was established in 1961 after the hall was built and used for worship on site in 1954. An additional ‘Martin Luther House’ was purchased later in 1978 which is used for Sunday school, community care and offices for the pastor and secretary.
Bernal Diaz was a conquistador who joined Cortés on his missions of the conquest of New Spain. Hernan Cortés was the leader responsible for conquering the Aztec Empire in Tenochtitlan. Hernan was a part of an expedition funded by the king of Spain to spread Christianity and to acquire wealth from various places in the Americas (mainly island countries). Cortés heard of the rumored wealth of Mexico. Cortés and a group of men disobeyed orders to stay in Cuba, and made their way to Mexico.
Crops such as potatoes and corn were planted to sustain us during the coming winter and prepare seeds for the following spring. The hard ground of the Salt Lake Valley required the establishment of an irrigation system. Men used irrigation techniques learned while serving missions to channel water in ditches to irrigate the crops. Our first winter in the valley was disastrous. Strong winds, heavy snow, and rain caused the winter to be long and unbearable.
1803 is when the events of the louisiana purchase took place, In what was known as the Louisiana Territory was once stretching from the Mississippi river to the Rocky Mountain in the west and from the gulf of mexico in the south to the canadian border in the north. Part of the 15 states were eventually created from the land deal, of which was considered as one of Thomas Jefferson 's Greatest Achievements during his presidency. The Louisiana purchase was finalized on April 30th of 1803. Napoleon had agreed to the sale of the Louisiana purchase on the behalf of France. Spain had bought the land on October 1st, 1800 during the secret Treaty of San ildefonso.
In the semiautobiographical depiction of his life when he arrived in the United States during the 1920s Carlos Bulosan wrote, "In many ways it was a crime to be a Filipino in California,” probably because at the time Filipinos in Hawaii and throughout the cities of California were threatening agricultural land owners and government and local officials. Filipino workers were uniting and threatening strikes for better wages, better living conditions, and a stop to violence and racial discrimination against Filipinos and other working class. In 1898 although the United States took possession of the Philippines the economic conditions in the Philippines remained bleak especially for the farm laborers. Over 100,000 Filipino immigrants made their way to the states looking for a better life. In the 1920s many immigrants found work on sugar plantations in Hawaii and up and down the coast of California in agricultural fields and canneries and as domestic servants.
To know what the new land looked like and where they had specific things. They set out in May 14, 1804 ("Lewis & Clark and the Corps of Discovery.") and the expedition comes to an end in September 13, 1806. In October of 1804 they decided to bring on Toussaint Charbonneau and his wife Sacagawea, who would serve as a translator and guide for the expedition ("Sacagawea."). In 1806 Sacagawea and her husband leave the expedition to stay behind in Fort Madan.
Tony Bennett’s real name is Anthony Dominick Benedetto, he was born on August 3, 1926, in Astoria, Queens, New York. His mother 's and father 's names were Anna Suraci and John Benedetto. His mother was a seamstress and his father was a grocer. His father came to the United States in 1906 and his mother was born in the United States, but her parents came to America from Italy. From the 1865 to 1914 twenty-five million Europeans came to America, Tony’s father and grandparents were some of the many to make the trip.
The Inca Empire The Inca empire was established during the 12th century A.D. in the Andes region and is known for having built a massive domain across countries. Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and Argentina made up what was known as the Tawantinsuyu. According to Cartwright (2014), “well-devised agricultural and roadway systems, along with a centralized religion and language, helped maintain a cohesive state”. Cartwright (2014) also noted that despite their power, the Inca faced adversity and were in several predicaments when colonized by Spain. Besides several diseases, they also must cope with a disparity in weapons which eventually lead to the empire being overtaken in 1572.
The inhabitants such as Pueblo in majority, Navajo and Apache settled in a village along Rio Grande river. Meanwhile, Pueblo in New Mexico aren’t solely improving themselves, in 1540, the first European who arrived New Mexico is Spanish conquistador under command of Francisco Vásquez de Coronado. Initially, the conquistador Francisco Vasquez de Coronado was bearing the expedition of Seven Cities of Gold, but they failed the expedition. Last, they must have their hands full while back to his home country.Therefore, they claimed New Mexico for Spain. Soon, Spain officially
In March of 1830, the translation of the gold plates was published to what we know now as the “Book of Mormon”. It was later on that same year, on April 6, when Joseph Smith officially started The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. On June 27, 1844 Joseph Smith, along with his brother Hyrum, was murdered. Soon after Brigham Young, Joseph Smith’s successor steps up and takes leadership of the church. Young took on a journey out west to find “religious freedom” (History.com).
WHY ENGLISH?– Bolivia, by Sonia Engström Bolivia is one of the poorest countries in Latin America. I was born in a poor village in a rural area on the 4th of May, 1999. Growing up has been a lot tougher for me than for children in more developed areas of the world. My family is poor which has limited my education as I had to start working at a young age. In Bolivia it is legal for children to start working at age ten.