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The Mexican war of independence
Updated: 10/21/2019
The Mexican war of independence
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  • The Gathering
  • The people get no equal rights and it's also a bad government!
  • The Gathering
  • Death to bad government!
  • Decree of Miguel Hidalgo
  • The Spanish won't listen now we will fight!
  • People are here to listen to Miguel Hidalgo, priest and creole of Mexico, who talk about the people's rights. I felt like there was a storm brewing inside the church itself. What I didn't realize was that the storm had just begun.
  • The Revolution begins
  • The people are discussing how unfair their rights are when the Spanish don't see everyone as equal. Even though I am half Spanish I still agree with Miguel Hidalgo.
  • The Revolution ends (supposedly)
  • We will still fight for our independence!!!!
  • Miguel Hidalgo gives a speech about how the Spanish doesn't treat the Natives as equals and that slavery is still around. That will encourage the people to fight and he rallies them on to start the Mexican revolution.
  • Mexico Independence
  • The people start a revolution against the Spanish and they fight for their rights. However most of the people stop supporting his cause because they thought it would make them lose power and soon after some early successes the people got opposed to the point where...
  • Less than a year had passed after "El Grito de Dolores" and Miguel Hidalgo gets captured and soon executed. The people who supported him scatter. However, they will soon regroup and still fight for their country's independence.
  • Miguel Hidalgo
  • Time has passed but finally on August 21, 1821 the Treaty of Cordoba. I was there to witness how the Spanish recognized that they have lost and accepted their defeat. So Mexico had finally won their independence and it would never have happened if it wasn't for Father Hidalgo.
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