Latin Americans Revolutions

Timeline created by William Batista
  • The Start of the Haitian Revolution

    The Start of the Haitian Revolution
    In August 14 1791, The slaves of Haitian slaves of Haiti overthrew the French for their unfair treatment towards the Haitians. The haitians had enough of this and decided to take back their independence from france and for this they needed generals that could overthrow French armies like nothing in case they decided to fight back. Many of the Haitians were killed and just left there to die because of the french. Toussaint L’Ouverture,Toussaint’s lieutenant, jean-jacques Dessalines where leaders
  • The end of the Haitian Revolution

    The end of the Haitian Revolution
    On January 1, 1804, the Haitians Revolution against the French ended and The political, ideological, and economic consequences of the Haitian Revolution were profound, including inspiring the German Coast Uprising, which was the most serious slave revolt in the United States; the Louisiana Purchase, in which the United States obtained much of the Western United States from France for a very. And because of these impacts the Haitian revolution was successful.
  • The start of the South American Revolution

    The start of the South American Revolution
    On September 16,1810. The South American revolution began because Most of the events that led to the Latin American Revolution were begun because of the Spainish colonization and conquering of the Latin American people. These events were: Spain setting up colonies in the Americas. Creoles and Mestizos grow discontented with the Spanish rule. José de San Martín, along with Simón Bolívar Led this Revolution and Mestizos and Indians lead the revolution.
  • The end of the South American Revolution

    The end of the South American Revolution
    On 1821 the South American Revolution ended and the South Americans won against Spain and Immediate effects of the revolutions included freedom and independence for the people of the liberated countries. However, in the long term, poor governance of the liberated countries led to instability and increasing poverty in those areas
  • The start of the Brazilian Revolution

    The start of the Brazilian Revolution
    On January 9, 1822. The Brazilian Revolution began by many things but what people didn’t know is that it was starting to happen way before 1822. In 1820, the constitutionalists rose up in revolution, created a constitution, and forced the return of the Portuguese King. ... On September 7, 1822, Prince Dom Pedro declared Brazil's independence from Portugal, founding the Empire of Brazil, which led to a two-year war of independence. Don Pedro led the Revolution and the creoles were the leaders.
  • The end of the Brazilian Revolution

    The end of the Brazilian Revolution
    On may 13, 1825. The Brazilian Revolution ended and the Brazilians won against Portugal and Brazilian victory Brazilian independence Territorial unity of the Brazilian Empire Treaty of Rio de Janeiro Portuguese recognition of the Brazilian Empire End of Portuguese influence in the Americas. Which shows that Brazil was very successful and won the war from the dictatorship.
  • The start of the Mexican Revolution

    The start of the Mexican Revolution
    On November 20, 1910. The Mexican Revolution began by The dictatorship-like rule of Porfirio Diaz for over 30 years.Exploitation and poor treatment of workers.Great disparity between rich and poor.
    Miguel Hidalgo which was one of the leaders that stopped this had a very big rule in this revolution. One of the leaders was Miguel Hidalgo and the Mestizos fought in the Revolution.
  • The end of the Mexican Revolution

    The end of the Mexican Revolution
    On 1920 the Mexican Revolution ended and the Mexicans won against France and a bit of themselves and The Mexican Revolution destroyed the old government and army of the dictator Porfirio Diaz, and eventually changed the country's economic and social system. The Mexican government recognized the labor unions and peasants organizations, and promoted their organization, and their incorporation into the state-party.