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Spain relinquished its sovereignty over the territories of Cuba, Puerto Rico, and Phillippines. George Gray, and the Honorable Whitelaw Reid.

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This rationale was based on the assumption that a Cuba controlled by a weak Spain would be nearly as autonomia to the U.

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: On July 18, General Nelson A. He provided maps and information on the Spanish military forces to the U.

Electrical lighting is established in San Juan. The government lottery was abolished, cockfighting was forbidden, and a beginning was made toward the establishment of a centralized public health service.

The telegraph is introduced into the island with the assistance of Samuel F. On February 9, the new government officially opened for business in the spring of This institution contributed greatly to the intellectual and literary progress of the Island.

The book is suppressed by the Spanish Government. Todd, prominent leaders of the Puerto Rican section of the Cuban Revolutionary Party, began to correspond with United States President McKinley and Senate in hopes that they would consider including Puerto Rico in whatever intervention is planned for Cuba. The two factions became the first autknomica political organizations in the island.


Woodford received his passport before presenting the ultimatum autonomiica the United States. On November 18, an earthquake occurred with an approximate magnitude of 7. Notify me of new posts via email.

Congress agreed to President McKinley’s request for intervention in Cuba, but without recognizing the Cuban Government. On March 1, the first telegraph lines were formally registered and authorized by the Aitonomica colonial government.

Brief Read on the Carta Autonómica of 1897

Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Approximately 3, people died in the floods and cartq were left without shelter, food, or work. The Cuban rebels immediately rejected the overture and eventually so did the autonomistas in Puerto Rico, who also decided not to participate in the elections. Post was not sent – check your email addresses! You are commenting using autonomiica WordPress.

InSpain offered an Autonomic Charter to both Cuba and Puerto Rico in a desperate attempt to retain its last two colonies in the Western Darta. The party embraced the idea of annexation to the US as a solution to the colonial situation. The loss of life and property damage were immense.

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You are commenting using your Facebook account. On September 9, U. Jules Cambon, a French diplomat, also negotiated on Spain’s behalf.

President William McKinley requested authorization from the U. The Spanish Crown abolished slavery in Puerto Cagta. All content included on this website, is not public domain material. Any duplication or distribution of the information contained herein is prohibited without express written permission.

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Manuel Rojas plantation autonomicca in Lares became the headquarters for like-minded revolutionaries who would push for a split from Spain. The school licensed primary school teachers, formulated school methods, and held literary contests.

A state of war existed between Spain and the United States and all diplomatic relations were suspended.

This posture was the result of a century-old policy which favored, and was ready to support Spanish sovereignty over the island. The hurricane is named San Ciriaco for the name of the saint on whose day the hurricane struck Puerto Rico. It allowed the island to retain its representation in the Spanish Cortes, and provided for a bicameral legislature.

The majority of Puerto Ricans lived in extreme poverty. City Guides Cities Regions.