Locusts no, earthquake yes!… and the motion is approved: The participation of the United States against earthquakes of March 26, 1812 in Venezuela [¡Lagostas não fazer, terremoto sim!… e aprova o movimiento: A participação dos Estados Unidos contra terremotos de 26 de Março, 1812 na Venezuela] [¡Langostas no, terremoto sí!… y se aprueba la moción: La participación de los Estados Unidos frente a los terremotos del 26 de marzo de 1812 en Venezuela]
Noria Peña A.
Simón Ruiz I.
Following the earthquake of March 26, 1812 occurred during the First Republic of Venezuela, the President of the United States, James Madison, through one law approved by Congress on May 8, 1812, sent the amount of fifty thousand dollars in supplies to the Venezuelan ports, thus giving way to the first foreign aid for a natural disaster in the history of modern nations. This research focused on analyzing this collaboration within its context. It was concluded from the documentation that political motives led the US actions and allowed them to use earthquake of 1812 as a strategic juncture to address their interests in those regions that were in the midst of the process of independence from Spain. © 2015, Universidad Simon Bolivar. All rights reserved.
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