Latin America Independence process timeline

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In History
  • 1767

    The expulsion of the Jeusistas 1767 which interrupts their work in the American lands.
  • Causes

    1.Crisis of the english kingdom.
    2.In 1773 taxes on tea.
    3.Constant paper increments.
  • 1776

    The Enlightenment made the idea of ​​freedom appear while the declaration of the declaration of the independence of the United States in 1776
  • 1

    Between 1808 and 1826 all of Latin America, except the Spanish colonies of Cuba and Puerto Rico.
  • 2

    Between 1810 and 1825, most of the Spanish empire on the American continent became independent.
  • 3

    In 1811, Artigas seized power in Uruguay, and Rodríguez de Francia in Paraguay, proclaiming independence from Spain.
  • 4

    With the reestablishment of the Constitution of 1812, the American Creoles could send representatives to the Cortes in Spain but it was too late because those Creoles already wanted independence.
  • 5

    in 1813 but the Creoles, fearful of a social revolution, supported the Spanish army to liquidate the revolution and put an end to independence. This is a clear example of how, despite many similarities, the emancipation processes were marked by the specific realities of each geographic area.
  • 6

    Starting in 1814, after the attempt of the restored monarchy of Ferdinand VII to recover the previous situation in the colonial empire
  • 8

    "Army of the Andes", was a decisive figure for the independence of Argentina in (1816),
  • 7

    In 1816, the country entered a series of internal conflicts, although over time it achieved a certain stability coupled with great economic development under the presidencies of Miter and Sarmiento, as the country's immense livestock wealth began to be exploited.
  • 9

    The Spanish revolution of 1820 caused the suspension of the shipment of troops to America to quell the insurrections.
  • 10

    In 1821 the Spanish viceroy left Lima, although until 1824 there was a zone of the viceroyalty in the power of the Spanish army.
  • 10

    In 1821, after the battle of Carabobo, he occupied Caracas, and Venezuela achieved independence. Later he decided to direct the war towards Quito and Ecuador.
  • 10

    Agustín de Iturbide transformed Mexico into an independent empire in 1821, with the support of the ecclesiastical hierarchy, the army and the Creoles, as a non-liberal system and to stop any demand from the more popular classes.
  • 11

    In 1823, the United Provinces of Central America (Guatemala, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Honduras, and El Salvador) declared themselves independent from Spain and Mexico.
  • 12

    In 1824 the Spanish army was defeated in Ayacucho. This battle marked the end of the Spanish presence in continental America.
  • 13

    In the northern part of Latin America, one of the most outstanding events was the war between the United States and Mexico, which began in 1846
  • 1847

    Economic crisis highlights france in 1847 as a result of poor harvests
  • 14

    The result of the conflict was very serious for Mexico, since in 1848 it had lost almost 50% of its territory. That led to the creation of new states that were integrated into the United States: Texas, California, Nevada, Utah, New Mexico, and Colorado.