It has been 200 years in America and in Colombia that the first shout of independence that encompass the expedition botanical, the library Real, Comuneros, missions, reforms and trips. From all these we have left real documents, decrees, paintings, books, etc.
In 2010 several Hispanic nations celebrate their respective bicentennials, remembrance of battles and important events within the configuration of our history. Let’s focus in the present of our bicentennial referencing only on the year 1810.
In 2010 several Latin American nations commemorate their bicentennial. Personally, and seeing the big gap in internet documentary on Colombia and the independence movement, I decided to give my time to read, summarize and write a few articles for the bicentennial of the independence of Colombia unforgettable.
As true to the truth, the Colombian independence period can be specified from 1810 until 1819, after 9 years we have reminders of battles and key events in shaping our history. Focus on this moment in the bicentennial, referencing only the year 1810. In my blog on the history of Colombia, these items are those that fit this claim (in my other sites, there are of course more material over the years 1810-1819, not only in Colombia but in general in the territories of those will be called, The Great Colombia):
To find out roughly how people lived at the time, we started reviewing the post colonial administration Colombia 1797-1810 and then give a brief picture of what was once the country including chisperos silly, of course. We can not forget, of course, nor the memorial of grievances, or May 13, 1810, on July 9, 1810 or July 10, 1810. However, it would be unfair if I did not mention the commoners, especially the villagers of Socorro, Jose Antonio Galan and the adventures made by Caballero y Gongora, archbishop.
They could not miss articles on July 20, 1810 or on the political newspaper of Santa Fe, much less the biographies of the individuals more representative of the independence movement in those years, as the precursor Don Antonio Nariño, the illustrious Francisco José de Caldaso the Camilo Torres Tenorio. Beside them, review the biographies of other native perennials such as were Don Luis Eduardo Azuola, Jose Acevedo Gomez, Antonio Baraya, Frutos Joaquin Gutierrez, Manuel de Pombo, Ignacio de Herrera, Fray Diego Francisco Padilla, Manuel de Bernardo Alvarez, Manuela Barahona and Don Luis Caicedo.