The Latin American Revolutions

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  • The Start Of The Haitian Revolution

    The Start Of The Haitian Revolution
    The way the revolution started was the haitians were treated as property. The United States Revolution encouraged the haitians to rebell. The Social class that participated was the enslaved africans (slaves). The Leader of this revolution was Toussaint L'ouverture.
  • The End Of The Haitian Revolution

    The End Of The Haitian Revolution
    The Haitians fought against France. The revolution ended when the haitians won their freedom. The revolution was a success because the haitians overcame the french in the rebellion .
  • The Start Of The Mexican Revolution

    The Start Of The Mexican Revolution
    The Way the revolution started was by the ethnic groups wanting equality. The social groups that participated were the Creoles. The Leaders of this revolution were Miguel Hidalgo and Jose Maria Morelos.
  • The Start Of The South American Revolution

    The Start Of The South American Revolution
    The way the revolution started was because Simon Bolivar declared independence from Spain. The social classes that participated were Spanish. The leader of the revolution was Simon Bolivar.
  • The End Of The Mexican Revolution

    The End Of The Mexican Revolution
    The Creoles fought against spain. The Revolution ended when in 1815 Agustin de Iturbide defeated Jose Maria Morelos. The revolution was not a success because after the revolution there was a liberal group in power. Mexico feared their loss.
  • The End Of The South American Revolution

    The End Of The South American Revolution
    The Spanish Fought against Spain. The revolution ended when the south american people knew they had more men then Spain so they overthrew them.