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The Atlantic Revolutions and Their Echoes: Timeline

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ashley briggs

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Transcript of The Atlantic Revolutions and Their Echoes: Timeline

Wars of
Spanish American
Independence 1750 1914 1791 1832 American Revolution French Revolution Haitian Revolution Spanish American revolutions Hidalgo- Morelos
rebellion in Mexico
1810-1813 1776
American Declaration
of Independence British recognition
of American
1783 1787
U.S constitutional convention 1789
Outbreak of
French Revolution French Terror
execution of
Louis XVI
1793-1794 1799
Napoleon's rise
to power High point of
Napoleon's empire
1810-1811 1815
Final defeat
of Napoleon Independence of
Brazil from Portugal
1822 1780s
Tupac Amaru
revolt in Peru 1789
First revolts
(led by whites, mulattoes) Saint Domingue
“Night of Fire"
1790 1791National Assembly in France
declares full civil rights for mulattoes Saint Domingue: General Dessalines
proclaims independence of Haiti
1803 Marie Antoinette and Louis XIV
...They were bad with money and
the French were sick of it. I literally took over France...Where are you at son? French Revolution Marquis de Layafette was a French nobleman who assisted America in the Revolution. This picture is of a battle at Valley Forge. Louis XIV by Hyacinthe Rigaud (1701) Marie Antoinette painted by Vigée-Lebrun c. 1779 Napoleon Crossing the Alps on the back of Marengo (1800), by Jacques-Louis David "The Death of Louis XVI King of France" from an English engraving, published 1798. ("Lafayette's baptism of fire" by Edward Percy Moran. c. 1909) Washington Crossing the Delaware, December 25, 1776, by Emanuel Leutze, 1851 George Washington was a general in the Revolutionaty War and later went on to become the first president of the U.S. Miniature portrait of Jefferson (1788) by John Trumbull Thomas Jefferson drafted the Declaration of Independence and went on to become the third president of the U.S. He was an abolitionist...sort of. American Revolution South American Revolutions Toussaint L'Ouverture was a self educated former domestic slave, he decided to fight for the French if they would agree to free all the slaves. Haitian Banknote Mulatto child with a Haitian mother and a French father. A mural of Dessalines, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The Enlightenment was a period where new ideals and concepts where introduced that challenged previous ways of thinking. Many principles encouraged people to open their minds to reason and science, rather than believing the traditional views of their religion. John Locke was a key firgue during the enlightenment, and played a monumental part in the Revolution, considering a good portion of his ideals are what fueled people's fire. For example, when he explained that all men created equal and entitled to the same rights, it helped give rise to the Haitian, Spanish American, and French Revolution where the lower class felt their rights were being compromised. The American Revolution was supported more by his belief that the people had a right to over throw the government, if they were not properly fulfilling their duties. Which is what that Americans did when the felt the were being over and unfairly taxed by the British goverment. Part III Part II Part I Guaman Poma de Ayala 1572 Morelos Hidalgo François-René Moreaux Brazilian Independence announcement Please note:
Each picture's source or artist was cited in red type on the painting, and we obtained all information from the textbook or the Bedford St. Martin's website. Chapter 17: Atlantic Revolutions and Their Echoes
Project by Ashley Briggs and Bailey Barquin
4th period
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