INDEPENDENCE REVOLUTIONS

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In History
  • First call for Independence: Quito light of America

    First call for Independence: Quito light of America
    On the night of August 9, 1809, a group of members of the Creole society of Quito met at the home of Manuela Cañizares to define a strategy.
  • Beginning of the independence of Argentina and first Junta of Chile

    Beginning of the independence of Argentina and first Junta of Chile
    Election of the First Government Board in Buenos Aires for the provinces that were part of the Viceroyalty of Río de la Plata or Buenos Aires.
    Formation of the First National Board of the Government of Chile.
  • Uruguay: Beginning of the independence

     Uruguay: Beginning of the independence
    Cry of Asencio. Rebellion of Uruguay and the current Brazilian states of Rio Grande do Sul and Santa Catarina, also known as Banda Oriental, against the Crown of Spain.
  • New Granada and Venezuela they call for independence

    New Granada and Venezuela they call for independence
    Bolívar, Piar, Páez and others reactivated the war.
  • Liberation of Chile

    Liberation of Chile
    The patriotic armies in Chile achieved victory over the royalists at the Battle of Maipú.
  • Gran Colombia Created

    Gran Colombia Created
    The Spanish are defeated in the Battle of Pantano de Vargas and on August 7 at the Battle of Boyacá. Gran Colombia is created, made up of Venezuela, Colombia and Ecuador. Bolívar and Francisco Antonio Zea are named president and vice president, respectively.
  • Guayaquil and Argentina independence

    Guayaquil and Argentina independence
    Guayaquil proclaims itself independent, creates its board and dictates the Constitution. Argentina became independent by winning the Battle of Cepeda.
  • Venezuela and other places of latin America are free

    Venezuela and other places of latin America are free
    Venezuela consolidates its independence with the defeat of the Spanish in the battle of Carabobo.
    Lima's independence is proclaimed. San Martín is appointed protector of Peru.
    Independence of the Kingdom of Guatemala.
    Independence of Panama from Spain.
    The independence of Santo Domingo is proclaimed.
    Bolívar prepares the southern campaign and appoints Antonio José de Sucre as chief.
  • Final battle, an honorable victory of Ecuador

    Final battle, an honorable victory of Ecuador
    The Battle of Pichincha on May 24, 1822, when the patriotic troops of Antonio José de Sucre defeated the royalists commanded by Melchor Aymerich, thereby achieving the definitive independence of the Royal Audience of Quito.
  • Venezuela royal forces and Colombia rebellion

    Venezuela royal forces and Colombia rebellion
    In Venezuela the royalist forces are defeated in Maracaibo and Puerto Cabello. In Pasto, Colombia, there is a rebellion against Bolívar.
  • Peru independence

    Peru independence
    With the withdrawal of the royalists from Lima, General San Martin proclaimed the independence of the Peruvian state.
  • Independence of the current Bolivia and Uruguay

    Independence of the current Bolivia and Uruguay
    Declaration of Independence of the Provinces of Upper Peru, now Bolivia.
    Independence of Uruguay.
  • Congress of Panama

    Congress of Panama
    The congress of Panama called by Bolívar is installed. The attempt to unite the new nations fails.
  • Attack against Bolívar

    Attack against Bolívar
    In Bogotá there is the failed attack against Bolívar in which Manuela Sáez manages to escape.
  • Uruguay

     Uruguay
    First national constitution of Uruguay.
  • Argentina war

    Argentina war
    In Argentina there is a civil war between Unitarians and Federals.
  • New Granada

    New Granada
    In Bogotá the Republic of New Granada is established.
  • New Constitution

    New Constitution
    In Chile the new Constitution is approved, legacy of Diego Portales.
  • Murder in Argentina

    Murder in Argentina
    In Argentina the caudillo Juan Facundo Quiroga is assassinated and Juan Manuel de Rosas is elected Governor of Buenos Aires.
  • Chile defeated

    Chile defeated
    Chile is defeated by the new Peru Bolivian Confederation.