timeline independence of Colombia- Valentina Hernandez

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In History
  • 1808

    1808
    Colonial authorities received a circular issued by Napoleon's minister of foreign affairs; in which I communicate the change of dynasty in Spain and the rise to the throne of King Jose l
  • 1808

    1808
    The small aristocracy and the Spanish bourgeoisie assumed power in the peripheral provinces under the motto "GOD, COUNTRY AND LAW"
  • 1808

    1808
    The city of Santa Fe De Bogota performs the solemn oath of fidelity to its monarch Fernando vll
  • 1808

    1808
    The patriotic liberal tendency raised the Spanish people against the Napoleonic invasion and integrated a national government that passed from the autonomous and corregional boards to the supreme central board established in Aranjuez; later the Regency and the courts of Cadiz were created
  • 1809

    1809
    the first communication is sent in which it is declared that the American lands are no longer colonies but an integral part of the crown
  • 1809

    1809
    American insurrection movements in Charcas
  • 1809

    1809
    American insurrection movements in La Paz
  • 1809

    1809
    The aristocracy of Quito carried out a typical coup d'etat; in which he claimed the right to govern himself instead of deferring it to the supreme board of Seville
  • 1810

    the regency of Spain and the Indies sends the second document 1808-1809 the first moment of the American meetings occurs; when boards were formed in imitation of those organized in the metropolis
  • 1810

    1810
    Second moment of the American meetings. It is here when the autonomist movement very commonly known in America with the name of Political Revolution of 1810 is established.
  • 1810

    1810
    The movement of the councils begins in Cartagena
  • 1810

    The revolutionary movement was consummated in the session of the cabildo in Cali The revolutionary movement was consummated in the session of the council in Pamplona
  • 1810

    1810
    The province of Socorro replaced its corregidor Jose Valdes, who had repressed some socóro creoles and agents of the town.
  • 1810

    1810
    The Creoles organized the revolutionary events, in a preparatory meeting attended by:
    CAMILO TORRES JOAQUIN CAMACHO JOSE ACEVEDO Y GOMES JOSE MARIA CARBONELL
  • 1810

    Culminated in the capital of New Granada Santa Fe, the political revolution of 1810
  • 1810

    1810
    Cry of independence "our revolution" an act was established in which the new government would be subject to the supreme board of Regency
  • 1810

    The act of July 20 was deleted when the supreme board of the kingdom declared itself independent to the regency council and all the officials of the old government ceased to exercise it.