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From the French Revolution to the Latin American Revolutions. 1791-1822. 1815 Battle of Waterloo. Napoleon Forces Defeated ended French Revolution Napoleon Exiled to Island of St. Helena Monarchy restored in France/ King Louis XVIII. Congress of Vienna.

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From the french revolution to the latin american revolutions

From the French Revolution to the Latin American Revolutions

1791-1822


1815 battle of waterloo

1815 Battle of Waterloo

  • Napoleon Forces Defeated ended French Revolution

  • Napoleon Exiled to Island of St. Helena

  • Monarchy restored in France/ King Louis XVIII


Congress of vienna

Congress of Vienna

  • European Powers meet to restore peace to Europe after war

  • Conservatives triumph/ Monarchies restored

  • Concert of Europe – Coalition of European powers to keep peace and solve conflicts

  • Unable to stop spread of Liberalism and Nationalism


Enlightenment ideas spread to latin america

Enlightenment Ideas spread to Latin America

  • 300 years of rigid social structure in Latin America caused discontent and resentment


Colonialism in the americas

Colonialism in the Americas

1800s


A the marketplace of tlatelolco by diego rivera 1945

A: The Marketplace of Tlatelolco by Diego Rivera1945


Meaning

Meaning

  • Mural shows life in Aztec times

  • Idealized Market at Tlatelolco under Aztec rule


B the conquest by jos orozco 1939

B:The Conquest by José Orozco, 1939


Meaning1

Meaning

  • Spanish conqueror Hernán Cortés arrived in Tenochtitlan, Mexico

in 1519


C the absorption of the indian by jose orozco 1927

C: The Absorption of the Indian by Jose Orozco, 1927


Meaning2

Meaning

  • Symbolizing the mythical first coupling of Spanish man and Indian woman

  • HernánCortéz and Malinche/Dona Marina

  • Creating the Mestizo


Colonial domination d by diego rivera 1933

Colonial Domination D : by Diego Rivera1933


Meaning3

Meaning

  • 300 years of mistreatment by the

    Colonizing Spanish


Enlightenment inspires latin americans

Enlightenment Inspires Latin Americans

  • Nationalism leads to resentment of French Ruler in Spain

  • Simón Bolivar inspired by French Revolutionaries


Slave win freedom in haiti

Slave Win Freedom in Haiti

  • Island slaves revoled in 1791

  • Toussaint L’Ouverture

    Educated slave/ lead revolt

  • French unable to stop revolt

  • 1820 Haiti became an independent republic


Mexico and central america revolt

Mexico and Central America Revolt

  • Slave revolts inspired creoles to revolt

  • Sept. 15, 1810 Father Miguel Hidalgo encouraged Mexicans to fight for Freedom from Spanish rule.

  • “The Grito” / The Cry


E the fight for liberty by jos orozco 1939

E: The Fight for Liberty by José Orozco, 1939

  • Father Hidalgo Leading a revolt 1810


Father jos morelos

Father José Morelos

  • Mestizo Priest

  • Continued the call for Revolution

  • Wanted Politcal and social reform

  • 1820 Liberals forced king in Spain to adopt a constitution

  • Creoles, Mestizos, Indians banned together

  • Mexico gained independence 1820.

  • Central America split into separate states


Revolution ignites south america

Revolution Ignites South America

  • Creoles admired French and American Revolutions

  • 1810 Simón Bolivar lead uprising in Venezuela

  • Known as “The Liberator”

  • Joined forces with Jose de San Martin

  • By 1822, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia,

    And Chile gained independence from Spain


Freedom leads to power struggle

Freedom leads to Power Struggle

  • Bolivar wanted to unite lands he liberated into a single nation called Grand Columbia

  • Bitter rivals developed

  • Split into 4 independent states

  • Power struggles and Civil War

  • Common people exchanged one set of masters for another


F david alfaro siqueiros murals

F: David Alfaro SiqueirosMurals


Meaning4

Meaning

  • Years of mistreatment by Caudillos

  • Military dictators


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