jan 8, 1860 - He continued fighting so the rest of Italy's states would be unified.
Became part of Young Italy in 1833.
He was exiled to South America because of his nationalist activities.
When in South America, he learned Guerrilla Warfare, which he later used to gain control of Sicily.
He had followers called "Red Shirts." During the war, Garibaldi, the red shirts, and Cavour gained Lombardy, Sicily, and Naples.