Latin America Independence process timeline

Timeline created by PullaJ9E
  • Brazil

    Brazil
    Napoleon invaded Portugal, Juan VI took refuge in Brazil
  • Mexico

    Mexico
    Wave of hunger - Miguel Hidalgo in the town of Dolores.
  • Venezuela

    Venezuela
    The independence of Venezuela produced the armed conflict known as the Venezuelan War of Independence between the independence and royalist armies.
  • Argentina

    Argentina
    n the history of Argentina, it is known as the Period of Independence as the period between the May Revolution of 1810 and the Anarchy that dissolved all national authorities in 1820.
  • Mexico

    Mexico
    The Independence of Mexico was the consequence of a political and social process resolved with arms, which put an end to Spanish rule in most of the territories of New Spain. The loss of this possession was of decisive importance for the monarchy as Mexican income represented ninety percent of the total American wealth at the end of the colonial period.
  • Argentina

    Argentina
    Military campaigns of Manuel Belgrano
  • Paraguay

    Paraguay
    Asunción
    Spontaneous Revolution set Paraguay free
  • Paraguay

    Paraguay
    The independence of Paraguay was the historical process by which the current Republic of Paraguay became independent from Spain, its colonial metropolis, while also refusing to join the state called United Provinces of the Río de la Plata (in the same way as its successor, the Argentine Confederation), which sought to exercise sovereignty over all the domains of the extinct viceroyalty of the Río de la Plata, including the Paraguayan quartermaster.
  • South America

    Manuel Belgrano wins the battle of Tucumán (Argentina)
  • South America

    South America
    The United Provinces of South America were at war with the Spanish Empire due to the displacement of the viceroy and the election of an autonomous government board on May 25, 1810, known as the First Board.
  • Chile

    Chile
    Royalist victory
    Cancha Rayada Battle of Maipú
  • Chile

    Chile
    The independence of Chile corresponds to the historical process that allowed the emancipation of Chile from the Spanish Empire, which ended the colonial period
  • New Granada

    New Granada
    Acrossed the Andes, in Pantano de Vargas battle, the independence of new Granada was sealed .
  • New Granada

    New Granada
    The Independence of Colombia was the process that led to the end of the period of dominance of the Spanish Empire in the current territory of the country. This process was fought in the middle of a conflict developed between 1810 and 1819 to emancipate the territories that then comprised the Viceroyalty of New Granada.
  • Perú

    Perú
    San Martín
    leaves Chile
  • Ecuador

    Ecuador
    Ecuador integró, luego del año 1739, el virreinato de Nueva Granada, dejando de pertenecer al virreinato del Perú, del que había formado parte desde 1614. Estaba integrada por cuatro regiones, bastante autónomas, que no eran proclives a reconocer la autoridad del gobierno de Quito. La Sierra Norte, con su centro en la ciudad de Popayán, la Sierra Centro en torno a Quito, la Sierra Sur, bajo la influencia de la ciudad de Cuenca y la Costa centro ¬ sur, con epicentro en Guayaquil.
  • Central America

    Guatemala's provinces
    United Provinces of the Center of America.
  • Venezuela

    Venezuela
    The independence of Venezuela was the legal-political process developed between 1810 and 1830 in order to break the ties that existed between the Captaincy General of Venezuela and the Spanish Empire. It also implied the replacement of the absolute monarchy by the republic as a form of government in Venezuela.
  • Central America

    Central America
    Central American independence gained momentum after the 1808 French occupation of Spain, which created political chaos in the Iberian Peninsula that ended with the formation of different popular resistance groups better known as Juntas.
  • Perú

    Perú
    The Independence of Peru is a social historical process, which corresponds to a whole period of social phenomena, uprisings and war conflicts that led to political independence and the emergence of the Peruvian Republic.
  • Ecuador

    Ecuador
    Patriot Army led by Antonio José de Sucre Pichincha's Triumph
  • Brazil

    Brazil
    The Independence of Brazil comprises a series of political events that occurred between 1821 and 1824, most of which included conflicts between Brazil and Portugal.
  • Argentina

    Argentina
    Uruguay entered in a war with Brazil
  • Uruguay

    Uruguay
    The Independence of Uruguay was the process by which the Uruguayan territory, known then as the Eastern Band of the Río de la Plata, became independent from the Spanish Crown. This process began on February 28, 1811 with the Cry of Asencio.
  • Cuba

    Cuba
    Scream of Yara.
    First War of Independence called Ten Years War or Big War.
  • Puerto Rico

    Puerto Rico
    the Scream of Lares.
    The rebellion is crushed in a short time.
  • Cuba

    Cuba
    Cuban independence from the Spanish Empire, in addition to the last of those carried out in the American continent.
  • Puerto Rico

    Puerto Rico
    The independence movement of Puerto Rico refers to the various initiatives, throughout the island's history, to obtain independence, first from Spain and then from the United States.