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Diaz win another election. Mexican revolution began.
Arhaic period, in that period agriculture marked the beginning of village life
The development of the mother culture (Olmec) began on the Gulf of Mexico,
Three centres were established: Teotihuacán, Monte Alban and Mayas in Yucatan
Toltecs were established in Tula by the government of Quetzalcoatl.
Mixtec culture were on Monte Alban and Mitla.
the Maya culture emerge under the toltec rules.
Aztec culture extend the power on the center and south of Mexico , they built Tenochtitlán
Francisco Hernandez de Cordoba began a Spanish expedition on Yucatan
Herman Cortes lands in Cozumel and found Veracruz. Cortes went to Tenochtitlán and captures Moctezuma
Moctezuma was killed, Cortes conquered Tenochtitlán
Napoleon invades Spain
september 16, Miguel Hidalgo began the war of independence with the Grito de dolores
Hidalgo is captured and executed. Jose Maria Morelos became the cider of war.
Morelos is captured and executed.
Vicente Guerrero, Agustin de Iturbide. signed the treaty of Cordoba, were Spain recognized mexican independence
Iturbide was named emperor of Mexico
Emperor Agustin was turned out
Vicente Guerrero became the president.
Santa Anna was elected president
The treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo reduces Mexico's territory, seding Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, California, Nevada,Utah and part of Colorado
Ayutla revolution topples Santa Ana, the period of Reform is leader by him.
The constitution of 1857 establishes the catholic church
Benito Juarez was elected president
Maximilian and Carlotta land at Veracruz
Maximilian is executed
Juarez dieds in his office
Porfirio Diaz became president. He stayed in the power for 30 years
Under a new constitution, Venuziano Carranza, head of the Constitutionalist Army, is elected president. Zapata continues his rebellion, which is brutally suppressed.
Rebels under Pascual Orozco and Francisco (Pancho) Villa capture Ciudad Juárez.
American intervention leads to dictator Huerta's overthrow. Villa and Zapata briefly join forces at the Convention of Aguascalientes, but the Revolution goes on.
On order of Carranza, Zapata is assassinated.
Carranza is assassinated; Alvaro Obregón (1880-1928), who helped overthrow dictator Huerta in 1914, is elected president.
Pancho Villa is assassinated.
Cárdenas nationalizes the oil companies.
The Summer Olympics in Mexico City show Mexican prosperity, but the massive demonstrations indicate the opposite.
Thousands die in the Mexico City earthquake.
Carlos Salinas de Gortari is elected president.
North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is signed with United States and Canada.
Recession sets in as a result of the peso devaluation. The former administration is rocked by scandals surrounding the assassinations of Colosio.
Zedillo, blaming the economic policies of his predecessor, devalues the peso in December.
Mexico's economy, bolstered by a $28 billion bailout program led by the United States, turns upward, but the recovery is fragile.
Mexico's top anti-drug official is arrested on bribery charges. Nonetheless, the United States recertifies Mexico as a partner in the war on drugs.
Raúl Salinas, brother of the expresident Carlos Salinas de Gortari , sentenced for the alleged murder of a PRI leader.
The united states finally recognizes the regime of Alvaro Obregon, all this because Villa was assesinated.
1951- Industrial growth and prosperity of post-war. writers such as Octavio Paz and Carlos Fuentes express disillusionment with the post-revolution world
Vicente Fox Quesada is elected president, on December 1, 2000, he succeeded Ernesto Zedillo as president of Mexico , ending 71 years of uninterrupted rule by the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI). His historic victory brought the PAN to national power for the first time.
His administration introduced constitutional reforms that strengthened the rights of Mexico’s indigenous peoples
. Fox’s opponents faulted him for aligning Mexico too closely with the United States, a sentiment reflected in the vote of the Mexican Senate in 2002 to block a planned visit by Fox to the United States
in the 2003 legislative elections the PAN suffered major losses to the PRI, further eroding Fox’s ability to push through his reforms
Fox left office, succeeded by Felipe Calderón of the PAN . A new federal police force is created to tackle drugs cartels; thousands of troops are deployed in the western state of Michoacan as part of a major anti-drug trafficking drive.
Mexico was still suffering from a recession, high unemployment, and escalating drug-related violence and cartel warfare. Calderón’s PAN lost to the opposition PRI in the legislative elections held in July 2009.
Enrique Peña Nieto is elected president
The presidency of Lázaro Cárdenas leads to the fullest implementation of revolutionary reforms
Recession and a drop in oil prices severely damage Mexico's economy. The peso is devalued
Ejemplo de un eventos de larga duración
, Calderón oversaw the passage of legislation to reform Mexico’s judicial system, and he worked to strengthen the energy sector, increase the number of jobs, and fight crime and drug cartels.
The educational reform aimed to improve and reform the educativo system more focused on the evaluation of teachers. Initiation of the energy reform at the same time with the start of the tax reform
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