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Yucatecan–Mexican Relations at the Time of Independence: The Yucatecan Pronunciamiento of 1821

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Artículo de revistaAli, Shara. (College of Science, Technology, and Arts, Port of Spain, Trinidad y Tobago). Yucatecan–Mexican Relations at the Time of Independence: The Yucatecan Pronunciamiento of 1821Bulletin of Latin American Research, 2014 vol. 33 no. 2 p. 189–202. Palabras claves:
México
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Yucatán; México; independencia; siglo XIX; política; pronunciamiento
Siglo XIX

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This article will explore local Yucatecan politicking and the Yucatecan–Mexican relationship at the time of independence, using Yucatán's pronunciamiento for independence in September 1821 as a case study. This examination will highlight the fact that, while local ambitions played a significant role in Yucatán's bid for independence, this did not necessarily detract from Yucatecans' attempts to not only engage with national political movements, but also to unite with Mexico. This in turn will take further historians' recent attempts to revise the traditional perception of Yucatán as one of the more pro-autonomous and isolated states of early nineteenth-century Mexico.

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