Latin American Independence process timeline

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  • INDEPENDENCE OF ECUADOR

    INDEPENDENCE OF ECUADOR
    The independence of Ecuador is part of that long emancipatory process that began in Latin America at the end of the first decade of the 19th century, and culminated in 1830, when the definitive disintegration of Gran Colombia took place.
    The War of Independence of Ecuador is an independence process with the objective of breaking the colonial ties between the Royal Court of Quito and the Spanish Empire in the context of the Spanish American Wars of Independence.
  • Mexico's independence

    Mexico's independence
    The Independence of Mexico was a process of political and social revolution, it began on September 16, 1810 with the well-known cry of Dolores and the uprising in arms of the indigenous inhabitants and peasants of the town summoned by the priest Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla and culminated in the September 27, 1821 with the entry of the Trigarante Army to Mexico City, with the purpose of putting an end to Spanish rule in the territories of New Spain.
  • INDEPENDENCE OF ARGENTINA

    INDEPENDENCE OF ARGENTINA
    The Declaration of Independence of Argentina was a decision taken on Tuesday, July 9, 1816 by the Congress of Tucumán, by which it declared the formal rupture of the ties of political dependence of the United Provinces of Río de la Plata with the Spanish monarchy. . The Independence of Argentina is a historical process that began approximately in 1810 with the creation of the self-government boards of Buenos Aires and that finally manifested itself on July 9, 1816.
  • INDEPENDENCE OF CHILE

    INDEPENDENCE OF 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 and began the formation of an independent republic. On February 12, the Independence of Chile is proclaimed. The Act of Independence is the document by which Chile declares its independence from the Spanish monarchy.
  • THE INDEPENDENCE IN LATIN AMERICA

    THE INDEPENDENCE IN LATIN AMERICA
    The independence of Latin America was the historical process of the
    rebellion of its inhabitants against Spanish colonial rule and the formation of independent national states. It began with the proclamation of Sovereign Boards in 1809. Some of them - especially the first that of Quito - were repressed by fire and blood by the Spanish authorities. The process continued until it became a true continental war.
  • BRAZIL MONARCHICAL INDEPENDENCE

    BRAZIL MONARCHICAL INDEPENDENCE
    The independence of Brazil was proclaimed on September 7, 1822 by Prince Don Pedro I, on the banks of the Ipiranga River, in São Paulo. At that time, Brazil was a colony of Portugal and paid very high taxes to the Crown. The economic situation was bad and the industry was not developing.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.
  • INDEPENDENCE OF URUGUAY

    INDEPENDENCE OF URUGUAY
    On August 25, 1825, in the Congress of Florida, the total independence of the eastern territory with respect to the Kingdom of Portugal was declared, and at the same time, its will to become part, as one more province, of the Argentine Provinces. Uruguay declared its independence from the Empire of Brazil on August 25, 1825 and again became part of the United Provinces of the Río de la Plata, thanks to the members of the Banda Oriental peoples.
  • PARAGUAY INDEPENDENCE

    PARAGUAY INDEPENDENCE
    On July 20, 1811, the Paraguayan junta sent a note in which it communicated that Paraguay would govern itself. 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. On November 25, 1842, the independence of Paraguay was formally proclaimed, after the death of Doctor Francia.
  • INDEPENDENCE OF NEW GRANADA AND VENEZUELA

    INDEPENDENCE OF NEW GRANADA AND VENEZUELA
    The independence of Venezuela was the emancipatory process developed between 1810 and 1821 to break the colonial ties that existed between that territory and the Spanish Empire.
    Causes and consequences of the Independence of Venezuela
    The discontent of the inhabitants for the taxes and political mismanagement in the territory, which bothered both the people, Creoles and Mantuans, as well as the privileged classes with economic power, who were in search of political power.
  • Puerto Rico independence

    Puerto Rico independence
    On December 10, 1898, the Treaty of Paris was signed, by which Spain was obliged to cede Puerto Rico, Cuba, the Philippines and Guam to the United States, on April 11, 1899. In 1900, the Foraker Act created a government civilian government that replaced the occupying military government.
  • INDEPENDENCE OF CUBA

    INDEPENDENCE OF CUBA
    The Cuban War of Independence was on Feb 24, 1895 - Dec 10. from 1898.This is the name by which the last Cuban war of independence is known against the Spanish Empire, in addition to the last of those carried out in the American continent.
    Causes:
    Cuba was being affected by the economic crises of the years 1857 and 1866.
    Spain imposed high taxes and tributes at will.
    Spain maintained a rigid commercial control that greatly affected the national economy.
  • Social studies

    Social studies
    Name: Justin Guanga
    course:9voD
    Teacher:lcd.Hugo Efraín Cordero Cantos
    Matter:social studies