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“INSTITUTO MICHOACANO DE CIENCIAS DE LA EDUCACION”

LICENCIATURA EN LA ENSEÑANZA DE INGLES

MATERIA: INGLES SUPERIOR VI

SEMESTRE: VI

TEMA: THE HISTORY OF MORELOS

PROFESOR: GABRIEL GOMEZ JIMENEZ

ALUMNO: MARTIN TINOCO TORRES

MORELIA, MICHOACAN A 20 DE ABRIL DE 2010

Do you now who was Morelos?

Well Morelos was a famous hero who fought for the Independence ofMexico which took place in September 15, 1810. Whom he will always be a hero to all the Mexicans. here is the history:

JOSE MARIA MORELOS

Jose Maria Teclo Morelos y Pavon was born in Valladolid, Michoacan on September, 30, 1765 the son of humble parents, Jose, Manuel Morelos and Juana Maria Guadalupe Pavon.

You could see Morelos house when you visit Morelia, the

Jesuits in 1767. Asreligious constructions in the city grew, beautiful residences were also

built, such as the one acquired by the hero of the Mexican insurgency, Jose Maria Morelos,

Built around 1758, the property was purchased by Jose Maria Morelos from Juan Jose

Martinez in August 1801 for 1,830 pesos in gold. He made some modifications to it, including

the addition of the second story, which was completedin 18054

Most of the house was occupied by Antonia Morelos, Father Morelos's sister, while the side

rooms were rented outs One of the renters, Miguel Cervantes, married Antonia in 1807 and

they had a daughter, Teresa Cervantes Morelos The family occupied the upper story of the

building. In May 1810 Morelos mortgaged his home for 1,000 pesos to pay off a debt.

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Youwill hear the names of the following people who play a very important role in the Independence, and might keep the names in mind,

Jose Maria Morelos, Agustin dc Iturbide, Mariano

Abasolo, Jose Sixto Berdusco, Ignacio Rayoiiy Jose Maria Izazaga, Jose Antonio Soto Saldana,

Jose Maria Sanchezde Arriola, and Mariano, Nicolas, and Juan Jose de Michelena were

among its most outstandingalumnus, you must learn a bit of history, to understand the Independence,

The first stage began in Dolores, Guanajuato, on September 16,1810, and culminated in the

death of the principal leaders of the insurgent movement, including Ignacio de Allende and

Miguel Hidalgo, in June and July 1811, respectively.

In early October 1810 at his parish in Caracuaro, Father Morelos received word fromRafael

Guedea of the armed uprising led by Father Hidalgo. A few days later, he decided to join the

struggle. He left his church to seek out the former rector of the College of San Nicolas, who

at that moment was the leader of the insurgency.

Morelos, filled with enthusiasm, offered to serve as a priest to the army, but Hidalgo

preferred to name him second-in-command with orders toraise troops in the lands to the

south to take the port of Acapulco

A few days later, the rebel army set up camp at Pie de la Cuesta, near Acapulco, where some

indigenous men from Atoyac joined then On November 13 they clashed with royalists at

Cerro del Veladero, shortly before Morelos issued his first edict abolishing castes (the

system of racial categories) and slavery, A monthlater, his men were victorious in the battle

at Real de la Sabana Pass—where they regrouped and the fourth Galeana brother.

Hermenegildo, was added to the troops and became one of its main lieutenants,

The first stage began in Dolores, Guanajuato, on September 16,1810, and culminated in the

death of the principal leaders of the insurgent movement, including Ignacio de Allende and

MiguelHidalgo, in June and July 1811, respectively.

In early October 1810 at his parish in Caracuaro, Father Morelos received word from Rafael

Guedea of the armed uprising led by Father Hidalgo. A few days later, he decided to join the

struggle. He left his church to seek out the former rector of the College of San Nicolas, who

at that moment was the leader of the insurgency.

Morelos,...
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