Posteado por: npiedecuesta | abril 13, 2010

YEIMY GABRIELA BUITRAGO BERNAL 9-03

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.


Responses

  1. There has been a lot of fanfare about Colombia turning 200 next year. No doubt, that is a big number, and the country has not been lacking in demonstrations of national pride. There have been concerts and parades, the Bogota mayoralty sent about 40 hot air balloons flying over the city, and a group of policemen and soldiers were to travel, on horseback, along the same path followed by Simon Bolivar’s men during the independence war.
    But to me, Colombia’s 200th birthday reminds me of some other things, too.
    With a country so chronically torn apart by violence, a nation that has seen so many dark hours of uncertainty and death, we Colombians should be proud that our motherland has weathered these storms and lived to tell the tale. This is not an entirely happy birthday, however.
    The fact that the memorial march that followed Bolivar’s voyages was attacked by the ELN, was a reminder that Colombia can still not celebrate its existence in perfect peace. Although I try to avoid clichés, it is hard not to think that 199 years ago our forefathers started a war for the nation’s independence, and yet, the country keeps on bleeding itself out –albeit at a lesser rate than in the past.

    We Colombians shall debate from the local, regional and national scenarios what we are and dream to be as a Nation. The Bicentennial leads us to think over our past and openly participate in a real “national dialogue”.

    The programs and projects of the Institutions of the Government committed with the commemoration, propose that Colombians completely assume the condition of historical subjects, participants of the political, economical, social and cultural processes of our country. In this way, the citizens will rewrite, rethink and reinterpret the history and shall transform it in the light of our founding values, which are democracy and liberty.

    The Bicentennial of Colombia should give us Colombians the right to be more and the duty to be more in the benefit of the country.

    ANDREA JIMENEZ FUENTES–9-03

    • Alexandra jaimes solano 705

      We called the Independence period as a time deposit, especially for the production and searching for directions. The frequent references we refer schools, press, Botanical Expedition, Royal Library, Communards, Misiones, Reforms, gatherings, travel, chicha, chicken pox, councils, boards and conspiracies. It left us royal decrees and orders, periodicals, pamphlets and posters, paintings, sermons, relationships, and memorials, journals, manuals, plans, maps, speeches, trials, proclamations, constitutions and proceedings. In the period emerge multitude of speeches from various cities and towns, words acquire new meanings, proposes new legitimacy and identities of individuals and groups, are redrawing the map of social loyalties, political, and religious tensions are becoming more visible daily even within families. There are changes in the ways in which sesiente, says you live and what is public and social order. It is a time of invention of political subjects and sociability, new media like the press, and the establishment of many new places where we intervene in the political arena. But above all a time of many words and increased writing and reading.

      • The Library Network of the Bank of the Republic, to mark the bicentenary of independence, wants to give all Colombians a space where you can read a number of documents produced from 1750 to 1850 in various places, instances and circumstances. We hope that many Colombians of all ages to find documents of interest here to start at least answers to the questions you have for the past. This space will be built from now, focusing first around 1810 and then extended back and forth and, where possible, deepening. It will not be exhaustive, but if we expect to have basic coverage for different regions of the country. Will in principle documents already printed and published.

        We called the Independence period as a time deposit, especially for the production and searching for directions. The frequent references we refer schools, press, Botanical Expedition, Royal Library, Communards, Misiones, Reforms, gatherings, travel, chicha, chicken pox, councils, boards and conspiracies. It left us royal decrees and orders, periodicals, pamphlets and posters, paintings, sermons, relationships, and memorials, journals, manuals, plans, maps, speeches, trials, proclamations, constitutions and proceedings. In the period emerge multitude of speeches from various cities and towns, words acquire new meanings, proposes new legitimacy and identities of individuals and groups, are redrawing the map of social loyalties, political, and religious tensions are becoming more visible daily even within families. There are changes in the ways in which sesiente, says you live and what is public and social order. It is a time of invention of political subjects and sociability, new media like the press, and the establishment of many new places where we intervene in the political arena. But above all a time of many words and increased writing and reading.

        That’s why we Bicentennial an opportunity to make available to different readerships, a repertoire of texts and images in different ways related to the processes of independence. We present the documents not because we believe they contain the truth or what “really happened”, but because they are contemporary records we have access. We hope your reading and analysis help to propose new questions from audiences readers better understand the diversity of processes in the period, their meanings and significance and to develop multiple stories from different points of view, spaces and subjects that may be able to contribute to articulate a representation of our past to the present.

  2. 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.

    NAME:YEIMY GABRIELA BUITRAGO BERNAL
    GRADE:9-03

    • Andrea juliana almeida 904

      Andrea juliana almeida 904
      This year Bogota celebrate in style the Independence of Colombia. They are many and varied activities to be carried out throughout the 2010.Pero perhaps most importantly in the year of the Bicentennial is to be delivered several works that will make the capital a more developed and equitable city.
      Rogelio Salmona The project drew to build a platform on 26th Street and extend the Independence Park from the Fifth to the Seventh Race is a reality. Many streets will become pedestrian and the city will have a center of memory and reconciliation that will be built in the Third Millennium Park and pay homage to the victims of internal conflict in Colombia. But that’s not all.
      In celebration, we have planned a faithful copy of the liberating army. Some 2800 soldiers patriots are sculpted clay or bronze. Those unsung heroes who fought for freedom also deserve a tribute. This year, citizens will return to the streets to see Antonio Nariño, Policarpa Salavarrieta and other heroes. The grand finale of the celebrations will be a fireworks display by the French company that filled the sky lights in the Beijing Olympic Games. It will function most lavish fireworks has been seen in Colombia.
      Por eso hacemos del Bicentenario una ocasión para poner a disposición de diferentes públicos lectores, un repertorio de textos e imágenes, relacionados de maneras distintas con los procesos de la independencia. Exponemos los documentos no porque creamos que ellos contengan la verdad ni lo que “realmente pasó”, sino porque son los registros contemporáneos a los que tenemos acceso. Esperamos que su lectura y análisis contribuyan a proponer nuevas preguntas por parte de distintos públicos lectores, a entender mejor la diversidad de procesos del período, sus sentidos y significados y a elaborar historias múltiples, desde distintos puntos de vista, espacios y sujetos que quizás puedan contribuir a articular una representación de nuestro pasado para el presente.

    • dayana katterine meza florez

      The Library Network of the Bank of the Republic, to mark the bicentenary of independence, wants to give all Colombians a space where you can read a number of documents produced from 1750 to 1850 in various places, instances and circumstances. We hope that many Colombians of all ages to find documents of interest here to start at least answers to the questions you have for the past. This space will be built from now, focusing first around 1810 and then extended back and forth and, where possible, deepening. It will not be exhaustive, but if we expect to have basic coverage for different regions of the country. Will in principle documents already printed and published.

      We called the Independence period as a time deposit, especially for the production and searching for directions. The frequent references we refer schools, press, Botanical Expedition, Royal Library, Communards, Misiones, Reforms, gatherings, travel, chicha, chicken pox, councils, boards and conspiracies. It left us royal decrees and orders, periodicals, pamphlets and posters, paintings, sermons, relationships, and memorials, journals, manuals, plans, maps, speeches, trials, proclamations, constitutions and proceedings. In the period emerge multitude of speeches from various cities and towns, words acquire new meanings, proposes new legitimacy and identities of individuals and groups, are redrawing the map of social loyalties, political, and religious tensions are becoming more visible daily even within families. There are changes in the ways in which sesiente, says you live and what is public and social order. It is a time of invention of political subjects and sociability, new media like the press, and the establishment of many new places where we intervene in the political arena. But above all a time of many words and increased writing and reading.


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