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3 days ago · The Spanish Constitution of 1812 attempted to return to the policies that the Spanish government had implemented under Habsburg rule. These policies gave recognized Spanish colonial territory as fellow kingdoms with equal standing to Spain. 
- 25 September 1808 – 29 September 1833, (25 years and 4 days)
- Patriot victory., End of the majority of Spanish rule in the Americas., Diplomatic recognition in 1821 (Portuguese), 1822 (US) and 1825 (UK)., Although they fought for independence, the Banda Oriental and Spanish Texas become part of the Portuguese Empire and Mexico respectively.
3 days ago · Napoleon's intervention in Spain in 1808 and the consequent chaos initiated the dismemberment of the Spanish Empire, as the Hispanic American territories began their struggle for emancipation. By 1830, the only remaining Spanish American territories were the islands of Cuba and Puerto Rico , until the 1898 Spanish–American War .
2 days ago · The Spanish campaign against the Aztec Empire had its final victory on 13 August 1521, when a coalition army of Spanish forces and native Tlaxcalan warriors led by Cortés and Xicotencatl the Younger captured the emperor Cuauhtemoc and Tenochtitlan, the capital of the Aztec Empire.
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Feb 26, 2014 · Spanish empire) –French-speaking clerks from St. Louis and New Orleans had run the “Spanish” government in St. Louis • Chouteau family was very powerful – owned counting house, warehouses, flour mills, wharves along Miss. River in St. Louis –diversified into transportation, lead mining, banking; owned land
2 days ago · The Spanish settlement of Alta California was the last colonization project to expand Spain's vastly over-extended empire in North America, and they tried to do it with minimal cost and support. Approximately half the cost of settling Alta California was borne by donations and half by funds from the Spanish crown.