The independence of Latin America.

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In History
  • The abdications in Bayonne.

    The abdications in Bayonne.
    The abdications in Bayonne of the Spanish kings Carlos IV and Fernando VII are known in Mexico.
  • The assault of the viceregal palace.

    The assault of the viceregal palace.
    A group of armed men led by Gabriel Yermo assaults the viceregal palace, taking Viceroy Iturrigaray, Francisco Primo de Verdad, and Juan Francisco de Azcárate prisoner; councilmen of the city hall of Mexico.
  • The armed uprising in Dolores.

    The armed uprising in Dolores.
    Armed uprising in Dolores led by Miguel Hidalgo; Ignacio Allende, Juan Aldama and Mariano Abasolo second it. In Atotonílco, Hidalgo flies the banner of the Virgin of Guadalupe as the emblem of the movement.
  • First National Board of Government of Chile.

    First National Board of Government of Chile.
    First National Board of Government of Chile.
  • The interview with Hidalgo.

    The interview with Hidalgo.
    José María Morelos y Pavón interview with Hidalgo in Charo and Indaparapeo, Michoacán. Morelos is appointed Lieutenant and is commissioned to raise the southern coast.
  • The victory in the Monte de las Cruces.

    The victory in the Monte de las Cruces.
    Insurgent victory on the Monte de las Cruces.
  • Hidalgo enters Guadalajara.

    Hidalgo enters Guadalajara.
    Hidalgo enters Guadalajara.
  • The Decree for the abolition of slavery.

    The Decree for the abolition of slavery.
    Decree for the abolition of slavery issued by Father Hidalgo.
  • Hidalgo is stripped of the military command.

    Hidalgo is stripped of the military command.
    In Aguascalientes, Hidalgo is stripped of the military command, which falls to Allende.
  • The betrayal by Elizondo.

    The betrayal by Elizondo.
    Hidalgo, Allende, Aldama, Jiménez and Abasolo are betrayed by Elizondo in the Norias de Baján and taken prisoner to Monclova.
  • Figueroa dies.

    Figueroa dies.
    Tomás de Figueroa leads a mutiny in order to overthrow the government. His attempt fails and Figueroa is shot.
  • Deputy elections are held in Santiago.

    Deputy elections are held in Santiago.
    Deputy elections are held in Santiago.
  • The first congress in Santiago.

    The first congress in Santiago.
    The first National Congress is installed in Santiago.
  • Hidalgo dies.

    Hidalgo dies.
    Hidalgo is shot.
  • The new board.

    The new board.
    José Miguel Carrera, with the support of Juan Martínez de Rozas and the group of eight hundred, gives a coup and constitutes a new board.
  • It is prohibited to bring new slaves to Chile.

    It is prohibited to bring new slaves to Chile.
    The freedom of the womb is decreed and it is prohibited to bring new slaves to Chile.
  • The first newpaper in Chile.

    The first newpaper in Chile.
    Appearance of the first issue of Aurora de Chile, the first Chilean newspaper.
  • José Miguel Carrera resigned from his position as a member of the board.

    José Miguel Carrera resigned from his position as a member of the board.
    After the attack by his brother Juan José, José Miguel Carrera resigned from his position as a member of the board.
  • Ignacio de la Carrera replaces his son.

    Ignacio de la Carrera replaces his son.
    Ignacio de la Carrera replaces his son José Miguel and takes his position on the board.
  • The sign of the Act of Independence,

    The sign of the Act of Independence,
    In the city of Talca, the Supreme Director Bernardo O'Higgins signs the Act of Independence, drawn up by Juan Egaña, Manuel de Salas and Miguel Zañartu.