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  • Though the grito is hailed today as a declaration of independence from Spain, is reality it was a declaration of defiance against Joseph Bonaparte and the Spaniards resident in Mexico as well as a declaration of allegiance to the very undeserving Ferdinand VII.

    Miguel Hidalgo: the Father who fathered a country (1753–1811)

  • Though the grito is hailed today as a declaration of independence from Spain, is reality it was a declaration of defiance against Joseph Bonaparte and the Spaniards resident in Mexico as well as a declaration of allegiance to the very undeserving Ferdinand VII.

    Miguel Hidalgo: the Father who fathered a country (1753–1811)

  • Though the grito is hailed today as a declaration of independence from Spain, is reality it was a declaration of defiance against Joseph Bonaparte and the Spaniards resident in Mexico as well as a declaration of allegiance to the very undeserving Ferdinand VII.

    Miguel Hidalgo: the Father who fathered a country (1753–1811)

  • My friend and I took a bus to Dolores to see the church where, on the morning of September 16, 1810, Hidalgo called for freedom in what is known as the grito de Dolores, issued to rally the core of his army.

    The Spell of San Miguel

  • My friend and I took a bus to Dolores to see the church where, on the morning of September 16, 1810, Hidalgo called for freedom in what is known as the grito de Dolores, issued to rally the core of his army.

    The Spell of San Miguel

  • My friend and I took a bus to Dolores to see the church where, on the morning of September 16, 1810, Hidalgo called for freedom in what is known as the grito de Dolores, issued to rally the core of his army.

    The Spell of San Miguel

  • As in other Mexico cities, residents in Ciudad Juarez gather each year at the main plaza to hear the mayor give the "grito," or shout of independence, at 11 p.m.

    Mexico Fires 3,200 Federal Police Officers

  • As in other Mexico cities, residents in Ciudad Juarez gather each year at the main plaza to hear the mayor give the "grito," or shout of independence, at 11 p.m.

    Mexico Fires 3,200 Federal Police Officers

  • As the country prepares to follow President Felipe Calderon in the traditional "grito," or shout-out of "Viva Mexico!" on Wednesday night, the country's historians, politicians and artists agree that the country is in a deep funk.

    Letter from Mexico: In no mood for a fiesta

  • As in other Mexico cities, residents in Ciudad Juarez gather each year at the main plaza to hear the mayor give the "grito," or shout of independence, at 11 p.m.

    Mexico Fires 3,200 Federal Police Officers

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