Independence of Latin America

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  • Independence of Brazil NOV 19, 1807

     Independence of Brazil NOV 19, 1807
    When Napoleon invaded Portugal, John VI took refuge in Brazil (1807) The Portuguese court was established in Rio de Janeiro
  • AUG 10, 1809 Independence of Ecuador

     AUG 10, 1809 Independence of Ecuador
    The movements began with the rebellion of the Creoles against the Spanish government. They formed a Governing Board on August 10, 1809 in Quito, but the defeated troops of the Viceroyalty of Peru and the Viceroyalty of New Granada.
  • APR 19, 1810 beginning of Venezuelan independence

    APR 19, 1810 beginning of Venezuelan independence
    It begins when a group of Creoles from Caracas took advantage of the excuse that in Spain a Frenchman was sending, to call a meeting of the town hall and proclaim their own government until Fernando VII returned to the throne of Spain.
  • 1810 Independence of Chile

    1810 Independence of Chile
    September 18: first National Board of Government of Chile
  • JUL 5, 1811 Declaration of Independence

     JUL 5, 1811 Declaration of Independence
    On July 5, 1811, the members of the Patriotic Society, convinced all the congressmen except one, to declare the independence of Venezuela, forgetting once and for all the defense of the rights of Fernando VII. This marked the founding of the Venezuelan State. The act of independence was entrusted to Juan Germán Roscio and the final text was approved on July 7.
  • Mexico's independence JULY 30, 1811 Execution of Hidalgo

     Mexico's independence JULY 30, 1811 Execution of Hidalgo
    Hidalgo is shot and his head is hung in a public place to intimidate the insurgents.
  • September 4 1811 Juan martines de rozas

     September 4 1811 Juan martines de rozas
    José Miguel Carrera, with the support of Juan Martínez de Rozas and the group of eight hundred, staged a coup and constituted a new junta.
  • José María Morelos (1811-1815) second stage of the revolution

    José María Morelos (1811-1815) second stage of the revolution
    The command
    was taken over by another priest, José María Morelos, who led the second stage
    of the revolution (1811-1815). Introduced a liberal and agrarian state
    reform.
  • DECEMBER 22, 1815 Execution of José María Morelos

    DECEMBER 22, 1815 Execution of José María Morelos
    He is shot in Ecatepec de Morelos in the State of Mexico
  • June 16.1816The government of the United Provinces of the Río de la Plata

    June 16.1816The government of the United Provinces of the Río de la Plata
    The government of the United Provinces of the Río de la Plata, current Argentina, accepts José de San Martín's plan to liberate Chile by crossing the Andes mountain range.
  • FEB 10, 1817 Third Republic

    FEB 10, 1817 Third Republic
    It begins at the moment in which the Guayana campaign ended. Like the two previous republics, the Third Republic had a very short duration but had events such as the organization of a civil government, the acceptance of all the Venezuelan military leaders of the authority of Bolívar, the arrival of the British forces, and the New Granada Liberation Campaign that gave freedom to New Granada and together with Venezuela, thus ending the period of the third republic.
  • February 12 1817 José de San Martín

    February 12 1817 José de San Martín
    Battle of Chacabuco. José de San Martín and Bernardo O'Higgins defeat Rafael Maroto, and reconquer Santiago de Chile. Captain San Bruno, hated head of the talaveras, is captured and shot less than 24 hours later. Bernardo O'Higgins is elected as Supreme Director and thus begins his government.
  • OCT 9, 1820 Independence movements

    OCT 9, 1820 Independence movements
    Criollos dirigidos por José Joaquín de Olmedo se rebelaron y expulsaron a las autoridades del rey, crearon una nueva nación llamada Provincia Libre de Guayaquil. Se creo una junta revolucionaria y pidieron ayuda a Simón Bolívar, el envió a Antonio José de Sucre y algunos soldados
  • John VI returns to Portugal APR 26, 1821

    John VI returns to Portugal APR 26, 1821
    leaving his son Pedro de Braganza as governor of Brazil, but the following year he proclaimed himself emperor of Brazil.
  • JUN 24, 1821 Carabobo's Battle

    It was a combat between the armies of Gran Colombia led by Simón Bolívar and that of the Kingdom of Spain led by Marshal Miguel de la Torre, which occurred on June 24, 1821 in the Sabana de Carabobo. The battle ended as a decisive Colombian victory that was crucial for the liberation of Caracas and the rest of the territory, a fact that will be definitively achieved in 1823 with the Battle of Lake Maracaibo and that of Puerto Cabello.
  • SEP 27, 1821 Consummation of the Independence of Mexico

    SEP 27, 1821 Consummation of the Independence of Mexico
    The Trigarante Army triumphantly enters Mexico City
  • MAY 24, 1822 Independence from Spain

    MAY 24, 1822 Independence from Spain
    A battle promoted by Sucre, the Battle of Pichincha, took place on this volcano, in the western part of Quito. Ecuadorians call this date the independence of Spain
  • SEP 7, 1822 Brazilian Declaration of Independence

    SEP 7, 1822 Brazilian Declaration of Independence
    Brazilian declaration of independence by don pedro
  • FEB 13, 1830 Constituent Assembly of Riobamba

     FEB 13, 1830 Constituent Assembly of Riobamba
    Between August and September 1830, the First Magna Carta of Ecuador was known, This said, the form of a unitary state, the form of democratic government and the different powers (legislative, executive and judicial). Flores was the new constitutional president.
  • Antonio López de Santa Anna President of the Republic in 1833

     Antonio López de Santa Anna President of the Republic in 1833
    Spain only recognized Mexicans
    independence in 1839.
  • OCT 10, 1868 Independence of Cuba

    OCT 10, 1868  Independence of Cuba
    It began with the Grito de Yara, on the night of October 9-10, 1868.
  • José Martí organizes the Cuban revolutionary 24 of febr 1895

    José Martí organizes the Cuban revolutionary 24 of febr 1895
    look for the old
    leaders of the revolution,
    unifies the different
    streams, build a little
    army, and disembarks in
    Cuba. Martí dies in one of
    combat actions
    (1895), but the revolutionary army continues to fight.
  • cuban independence 1899

    cuban independence 1899
    US intervention precipitated the Spanish defeat and Cuba proclaimed its independence in 1899, although it suffered the American occupation.