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  Biografia de Juan Pablo Duarte
Juan Pablo Duarte nació en una época especialmente convulsa de la historia de la isla, ya que en esos momentos la soberanía sobre la misma cambiaba frecuentemente de manos entre España y Francia.
Juan Pablo Duarte fue testigo del régimen de libertades y de los derechos que tenían los europeos.
Juan Pablo Duarte fue recibido, el 14 de marzo, por el nuevo gobierno como un héroe nacional y fue nombrado general del ejército.
www.biografiasyvidas.com /biografia/d/duarte_juanpablo.htm   (953 words)

  
 ilangDR - Institute of Languages, history: Pirats   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Juan Pablo Duarte (1813 - 1876) is the "Padre de Patria" - father of fatherland and a recognized Dominican national hero.
Although Juan Pablo Duarte spent a great part of his life in exile and was not an integral part of the official founding of the Dominican Republic, his recognition as a great national hero stems from his character and integrity.
Duarte's last home in the land of his birth is located on the Calle Duarte (Duarte Street) in Santo Domingo.
www.ilangdr.com /en/independence.asp   (451 words)

  
 Juan Pablo Duarte - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Juan Pablo Duarte y Diez (born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, January 26, 1813 – died in Caracas, Venezuela, July 15, 1876), during the period of (in Spanish called) España Boba.
Duarte is considered as one of the founding fathers of the Dominican Republic.
Duarte was supported by many as a candidate for the presidency of the new Republic, but the forces of those favoring Spanish sovereignty, led by general Pedro Santana, took over and exiled Duarte.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Juan_Pablo_Duarte   (529 words)

  
 USLatino.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Pablo Pujol, a quien fue recomendado, conversaban haciendo comentarios desafortunados sobre Santo Domingo y al preguntarle el primero a Duarte sino le avergonzaba decir que era haitiano, el joven, que contaba apenas unos quince años de edad, respondió con gallardía: "Yo soy dominicano".
Juan Pablo Duarte, junto a Francisco del Rosario Sánchez, Matías Ramón Mella y muchos otros dominicanos, cubiertos de gloria, quedan registrados con letras de oro en la historia de la República Dominicana.
Juan Pablo Duarte was born in Santo Domingo on January 26, 1813 and is considered to be the "Founding Father of the Dominican Republic."
www.rilatino.com /Duarte.cfm   (1032 words)

  
 Juan Pablo Duarte
DUARTE, Juan Pablo (duar'te), founder of the Dominican republic, born in Santo Domingo City early in the present century; died in Venezuela, 15 July 1876.
Duarte, after returning to his native City, conceived the idea of freeing his country, and founded in 1838 "La Trinitaria," a secret society, which soon extended through the Spanish section of the island, and paved the way for national independence.
Duarte was defeated and banished, remained in obscurity for many years, and only appeared in the Island after the return of the Dominican Republic to Spanish rule in 1861.
www.famousamericans.net /juanpabloduarte   (462 words)

  
 Juan Pablo Duarte
Sus padres fueron Juan José Duarte, oriundo de Vejer de la Frontera en la provincia española de Cádiz, y Manuela Diez Jiménez, oriunda de El Seibo, hija a su vez de padre español y madre dominicana.
El mérito de Duarte, como patriota y como político organizador estriba, fundamentalmente, en que supo interpretar el momento histórico que vivía la sociedad dominicana de aquel entonces, renuente en sus capas más decisivas a aceptar la dominación haitiana.
Duarte tenía antes de la independencia un definido concepto de la nación dominicana y de sus integrantes.
www.jmarcano.com /mipais/historia/duarte.html   (1039 words)

  
 juan pablo duarte
Cuando Juan Pablo le envía a su familia la célebre carta en la que le proporie la venta del patrimonio que ésta ha recibido a la muerte del padre, Vicente Celestino acon onseja a sus familiares acceder a la petición del Apostol, y logra ser escuchado.
Duarte permaneció esta vez varios días en Saint Thomas, y después de hacer algunas diligencias, se trasladó a Curazao a continuar sus gestiones diplomáticas.
Duarte vio en Mella un discípulo de condiciones excepcionales y lo designó para substituir a Juan Nepomuceno Ravelo cuando éste fracasó en las gestiones que le encomendara, de llegar a un acuerdo con los dirigentes haitianos cuando se organizaba el movimiento de la Reforma (paso previo para alcanzar la independencia).
www.27febrero.com /duarte.htm   (8099 words)

  
 Rincón Dominicano ¡Tu hogar en el Net!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Pero Duarte aprovechó la mayoría con que contaba dentro del movimiento liberal —también llamado "reformista"— en la región oriental, para crear bajo su dirección una Junta Gubernativa provisional que sirviera de base a la creación de la República Dominicana.
Así las cosas, la Junta Central Gubernativa ordenó a Duarte que se dirigiera a Baní, con una fuerza militar organizada por su discípulo Pedro Alejandrino Pina, a fin de llegar a un acuerdo con Santana sobre la estrategia a seguir contra el invasor.
Duarte fue encarcelado en Puerto Plata y remitido a la capital, donde, mediante una resolución gubernamental, fue declarado —al igual que Juan Isidro Pérez de la Paz, Pedro Alejandrino Pina, Ramón Mella, Francisco del Rosario Sánchez, Juan Evangelista Jiménez, Gregorio Delvalle y J. Illas— traidor a la patria y expulsado del país.
www.rincondominicano.com /historia/independencia/duarte.php   (3727 words)

  
 Juan Pablo Duarte - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre
Juan Pablo Duarte (Santo Domingo, 26 de enero de 1813 Caracas, 15 de julio de 1876).
Juan Pablo era apenas un niño cuando la entonces provincia ultramarina española de Santo Domingo declaró su independencia (1821) para ser inmediatamente ocupada militarmente por el presidente haitiano Jean Pierre Boyer, que la integró a Haití (1822).
Duarte regresó a Santo Domingo el 15 de marzo de 1844 cargado de las armas que había comprado en Curazao con el dinero de su propia familia, siendo recibido apoteósicamente como "Padre de la Patria" y designándosele general del ejército y vocal de la Junta Central que gobernaba la naciente república.
es.wikipedia.org /wiki/Juan_Pablo_Duarte   (1790 words)

  
 Juan Pablo Duarte - Monografias.com
La madre de Duarte fue una mujer de grandes virtudes que se identificó moralmente con sus hijos y compartió plenamente con ellos sus triunfos.
Iniciado en la política por su tío Juan Pablo, al igual que su padre, se convirtió en un valioso colaborador de ambos y en un ferviente patriota.
Saint Thomas ocupa un lugar señero en el via crucis de Duarte y es posible que en más de una ocasión rememorara los amargos momentos que pasó en esa tierra que fuera testigo de su desesperacion y su impotencia, al ver la Patria en manos de los enemigos de su Independencia.
www.monografias.com /trabajos4/jpduarte/jpduarte.shtml   (3603 words)

  
 Duarte statue to remain center of his namesake square
Many Community Board 2 members like the new plan to expand and redesign Duarte Square on Canal St. The statue of Juan Pablo Duarte, a founder of the Dominican Republic, will remain in the center of the square and trees will be added.
The new design for Duarte Sq., the brick triangle on the north side Canal St. at Sixth Ave., which calls for keeping the statue of Juan Pablo Duarte in the middle of the triangle near its present position, won a vote of approval this week from the Community Board 2 parks committee.
The old design called for moving the statue of Duarte, a founder of the Dominican Republic, to the southern apex of the triangle at Canal St. and away from a central open area where Dominican-Americans hold an annual commemoration.
www.downtownexpress.com /de_87/duartestatue.html   (793 words)

  
 JUAN PABLO DUARTE SQUARE - Historical Sign
Juan Pablo Duarte Square was officially dedicated in 1945, when Sixth Avenue was renamed Avenue of the Americas in celebration of Pan-American unity.
Duarte Square, a triangular plot bounded by Sullivan Street, Grand Street, and the Avenue of the Americas at the intersection with Canal Street, was initially developed and maintained by the Department of Transportation.
A statue of Juan Pablo Duarte, donated by the Consulate of the Dominican Republic, was dedicated in the square on the 165th anniversary of Duarte’s birth, January 26, 1978.
nycgovparks.org /sub_your_park/historical_signs/hs_historical_sign.php?id=7734   (404 words)

  
 El Bohio Dominicano: Dominican Flag History
The Dominican flag is the ultimate symbol of patriotism, liberty, and national sovereignty for the Dominican people.
Juan pablo Duarte, the country's founding father, conceived the original design and obtained approval for it from Los Trinitarios on June 16, 1838 -- Los Trinitarios, "The Trinitarians" were a clandestine political organization founded by Juan pablo Duarte, Francisco del Rosario Sanchez, and Ramon Matias Mella.
The first version of the Dominican flag was born when Juan pablo Duarte modified the Haitian flag by superimposing a white cross over it.
www.el-bohio.com /flag.html   (428 words)

  
 Press Release Archives - MAYOR GIULIANI SIGNS BILL THAT NAMES SECTION OF ST. NICHOLAS AVENUE IN HONOR OF JUAN PABLO ...
This legislation would add the name "Juan Pablo Duarte Boulevard" to St. Nicholas Avenue beginning at the intersection of St. Nicholas Avenue with Amsterdam Avenue and West 162nd Street,
Juan Pablo Duarte was born in Santo Domingo on January 26, 1813 and is considered to be the "Founding Father of the Dominican Republic." During his early years he studied in Spain.
Therefore, it is fitting that this area of Manhattan, in the heart of one of New York City's largest Dominican communities, be named "Juan Pablo Duarte Boulevard."
www.nyc.gov /html/om/html/2000a/pr062-00.html   (228 words)

  
 Dominican Data / Juan Pablo Duarte   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Próximo a finalizar el año 1843, Duarte recibió una carta de suma importancia, fechada en Santo Domingo el 15 de noviembre y firmada por su hermano Vicente Celestino y por
Duarte fue encarcelado en Puerto Plata y remitido a la capital, donde, mediante una resolución gubernamental, fue declarado —al igual que Juan Isidro Pérez de la Paz, Pedro Alejandrino Pina,
Juan Pablo Duarte es considerado el principalísimo Padre de la Patria Dominicana.
www.dominicandata.com /histjpduarte.html   (3698 words)

  
 The City College of New York :: Dominican Carnival Exhibit
The exhibit is organized by the CUNY Dominican Studies Institute Library, the Juan Pablo Duarte Foundation, the City College Library and the Presidential Council for Dominicans Abroad.
They were supervised by a crew of dedicated individuals from the Juan Pablo Duarte Foundation who are committed to sharing Dominican culture and its customs with the community.
For more information on the exhibition, please call the CUNY Dominican Studies Institute at (212) 650-7170 or the Juan Pablo Duarte Foundation at (212) 740-6806.
www1.ccny.cuny.edu /advancement/pr/Dominican-Carnival-Exhibit.cfm   (250 words)

  
 School 28
The Elizabeth Board of Education officially dedicated School No. 28 in the name of Juan Pablo Duarte and José Julián Martí at the Board meeting held at the
Juan Pablo Duarte, often referred to as the “Father of Dominican Independence,” was born on
“Both Juan Pablo Duarte and José Julián Martí devoted themselves to achieving freedom for their compatriots and were very passionate about their heritage,” said
www.elizabeth.k12.nj.us /newconstruction/index28.htm   (542 words)

  
 Dominican Republic
In the next century, French settlers occupied the western end of the island, which Spain ceded to France in 1697, and which, in 1804, became the Republic of Haiti.
The Haitians conquered the whole island in 1822 and held it until 1844, when forces led by Juan Pablo Duarte, the hero of Dominican independence, drove them out and established the Dominican Republic as an independent state.
Despite the independence ideal that Juan Pablo Duarte and the Trinitarians promoted in 1844 the island was annexed to Spain in 1861.
www.onlinelearning.net /instructors/smurr/LatAm/Carib/dmnrep.html   (5791 words)

  
 Lehman E-News: Past Features: Noted Dominican Playwright to Present Play at Lehman
For one night only, noted Dominican playwright Franklin Dominguez will visit the Lehman campus to present his play, Duarte: Founder of the Republic, on Friday, June 9, at 8 p.m.
The play—which will be directed by the author—brings to life the story of a band of revolutionaries, led by Juan Pablo Duarte, as they struggle to create an idea called the Dominican Republic.
The program will also feature a companion piece, entitled "Farsa de las dos que se quedaron para vestir santos, con el bolero de Ravel al ondo," a hilarious play without words performed in the style of Japanese comedy.
www.lehman.edu /lehman/enews/2006_05_22/feat_duarte.html   (259 words)

  
 Juan Pablo Duarte School (Barahona) - Adventist Organizational Directory
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Browse to: GC > IAD > DOMU > South Dominican Mission > Juan Pablo Duarte School (Barahona)
Copyright © 2006 General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists 12501 Old Columbia Pike Silver Spring, MD 20904-6600 USA.
www.adventistdirectory.org /View_Entity.asp?EntityID=14048   (62 words)

  
 Dominican Republic Pages   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Juan Luis Guerra, likely the most well-known Dominican musician.
Meet the President Elect of the Dominican Republic, Dr.
A page dedicated to Juan Pablo Duarte, one of the Fathers of the Republic.
www.duke.edu /~rgibson/domrep.html   (75 words)

  
 Juan Pablo Duarte Boulevard in Lawrence (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.tamu.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Juan Pablo Duarte Boulevard in Lawrence (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.tamu.edu)
was one of the main advocates for JUAN PABLO DUARTE
Here Blanchette unveils Juan Pablo Duarte sign with Willie Lantigua (far right)
www.tommyduggan.com.cob-web.org:8888 /VP050406jpd.html   (136 words)

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