Decretos

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Linkgua digital, Jan 1, 2014 - History - 20 pages
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In these decrees Ignacio Agramonte, a leader of Cuban independence, proclaims the freedom of slaves and participates in the drafting and adoption of the Constitution of Guáimaro, the document issued to the Spanish government as part of the first War of Independence of Cuba. These passionate decrees represent an important aspect of Cuban, Spanish, and civil history.
 

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Presentación
7
Decreto de extinción de la esclavitud
9
Constitución de Guáimaro de 1869
11
Carta a José Manuel Mestre
15
Libros a la carta
19
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Ignacio Agramonte was the Major General of the Cuban Liberation Army and known as "The Mayor" due to his reputation as one of the most outstanding leaders of the Ten Years' War. He organized the famous Camagüey cavalry, which he lead to great victories against the Spanish colonial troops.

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