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Francisco Morazán

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CentralAmerica.Com

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CentralAmerica.Com

3250 Oleander Way

Pompano Beach, Florida,33062

United States

Company Description

An award winning resource for planning your trip to anywhere in Central America. In addition to extensive background information and maps this site also has all the information you need on hotels, tours, car rentals, transfers and more....more

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Employment History

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State of Costa Rica


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www.garinet.com [cached]

In 1832, however, the Garinagu backed the losing side in an effort to overthrow the president of the Central American Federation, Francisco Morazan, and they were forced to flee from their settled Central American areas.


Garifuna History

garifunaheritagefoundation.org [cached]

Three different allied armies attacked simultaneously the government forces in Morazan [He was the president of the Central American Federation].
lthough the Superintendent of Belize hoped and believed that Arce and his followers would win the scuffle, the Federal forces [Morazan's] came up victorious in all the fronts in conflict and the defeated rebels were accused of high treason to the Federation. .Contradiction: The majority of the population of 10 out of the 18 Departments [States] in Honduras,is African descendants : Colon,Islas de la Bahia, Atlantida, Cortes, Gracias a Dios, Olancho, Yoro,Comayagua, Francisco Morazan and Lempira.However ,because the color of the skin is "clearer"and they do not speak Garifuna,they considered themselves "white",and they called Garinagu :"Trigueño",or "Moreno"


Honduras Facts and Figures, Honduras History, Political, Banking, Education, Lifestyle

www.ca-bc.com [cached]

On independence in 1821 Honduras joined the Central American Federation, and the Honduran general, Francisco Morazán, became its first president.
He also entered the phatheon of national heroes after he was killed in the break-up of the federation in 1839.


Garifuna History

www.garifunaheritagefoundation.org [cached]

Three different allied armies attacked simultaneously the government forces in Morazan [He was the president of the Central American Federation].
lthough the Superintendent of Belize hoped and believed that Arce and his followers would win the scuffle, the Federal forces [Morazan's] came up victorious in all the fronts in conflict and the defeated rebels were accused of high treason to the Federation. .Contradiction: The majority of the population of 10 out of the 18 Departments [States] in Honduras,is African descendants : Colon,Islas de la Bahia, Atlantida, Cortes, Gracias a Dios, Olancho, Yoro,Comayagua, Francisco Morazan and Lempira.However ,because the color of the skin is "clearer"and they do not speak Garifuna,they considered themselves "white",and they called Garinagu :"Trigueño",or "Moreno"


www.sahos24.com

1842 - Francisco Morazán, Guatemalan general, lawyer, and politician, President of Central American Federation (b. 1792)


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