After the Second War, a group of families who had arrived in Santa Catarina in 1930, had been fixed in Bag, between 1949 and 1951, locking in there the German migration. In 23 of August of 1825, it was organized movement of national release of Uruguay and its annexation to the Argentine provinces, against the agrarian politics for the great proprietors of Montevidu and of Brazil. In day 25, in the Congress of Flowery, the independence of the territory was declared, to join it the Joined Provinces of the River of the Silver, under the approval of the government of Buenos Aires. In Rio De Janeiro, Filipe ambassador Leopoldo Wenzel, Baron of Mareschal, of Austria, considered the British intervention in search of the peace. In 12 of October of 1825, Blessed Gonalves Da Silva, with 37 years, commanded the cavalry in the battle of Sarandi against the Joined Provinces, and the Brazilian consulate was attacked in Buenos Aires in day 29. In 7 of April of 1831, nine years after Independence, D.
Peter I abdicated of the Imperial Crown of Brazil for the son five year Peter de Alcntara Joo Carlos Leopoldo Salvador Bibiano Francisco Xavier de Paula Leocdio Miguel Gabriel Rafael Gonzaga, returned for Portugal leaving the guardianship with Jose Bonifcio de Andrada Hisses up to 1833 and with Manuel Incio de Andrade Bigger Souto, marquis of Itanham, up to 1840. Acclaimed according to emperor of Brazil to the six years, it assumed the throne in 18 of June of 1841, when it counted fifteen years, with the heading of D. Peter II. Approached for the masonry in Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina, in 1832, Blessed colonel Gonalves Da Silva much friend of Juan Antonio woollen Lavalleja y Tower, supplied military aid with the ammunition, weapons, provisions and men, in the combat to the government of Jose Fructuoso Rivera, which took to the knowledge of Manuel de Almeida Vasconcelos, person in charge business-oriented of the Empire of Brazil, in Montevidu.