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map of the the viceroyalty of new  spain http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/atlas_mexico/new_spain_viceroyalty.jpg
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mexico has learned to stick with flexible peso: http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/03/17/us-mexico-economy-idusbre92f0e120130317
mexico's vigilante groups continue on, but remove masks http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/news/2013/03/16/mexico-vigilante-groups-continue-on-but-remove-masks-and-checkpoints/
obama plays risky game in mexico with embrace of enrique pe?a http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2012/07/04/obama-plays-risky-game-in-mexico-with-embrace-of-enrique-pena-nieto.html
mexico's next president faces tough economy http://www.smartplanet.com/blog/global-observer/mexicos-next-president-faces-tough-economy/6221
partial recount in mexico presidential election ordered http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-18717146
mexico's pri party 'dinosaurs' roar back to life http://www.csmonitor.com/world/americas/2011/0705/mexico-s-pri-party-dinosaurs-roar-back-to-life
mexico's youngest police chief seeks asylum in u.s. http://abcnews.go.com/international/mexican-police-chief-marisol-valles-flees-to-us/story?id=13569525
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enter your search terms submit search form web mexicanhistory.org pre-columbian mexico humans arrive in mexico the oldest accepted human remains found in mexico are dated at roughly 13,000 - 12,000 years old . olmecs 1400-400bc one of the first civilizations to emerge in mexico teotihuacan 100 b.c. - 550 a.d little is known about the builders of the massive pyramid of the sun. reached its height between 150 and 450 ad and controlled an area from northern mexico to guatemala. when teotihuacan collapsed, three cities in central mexico remained, cholula, xochicalco and el tajijn. el tajin el tajin had much influence on the gulf coast. reached its peak 600-900ad. cholula a holy city with the largest pyramid in the world. most of its notable architecture built between about 700 and 1000 ad xochicalco unlike teotihuacan, it was fortified with moats and parapets. most standing structures built 700-900 ad. toltecs 900-1100ad when teotihuacan was powerful, it acted as a buffer between the cultures of the valley of mexico and the nomadic peoples to the north . with its downfall, nomadic warriors entered the area from the north,such as the toltecs. toltecs found tula in 968 ad, the most important city in mexico between the fall of teotihuacan and the rise of the aztec zapotecs mixtecs the zapotecs dominated the area around oaxaca with their city of monte alban for centuries. mayans (c. 2000 bc ? 250 ad) preclassic period (c. 250?900 ad) classic period (c. 950?1539 ad) postclassic period (1511?1697 ad) spanish conquest the mayans were famous for with their amazing art, architecture, glyph writing system and astronomical knowledge . by the close of the pre-classic period, around 250 a.d., the mayans were already building their famous stepped temple pyramids in cities such as uxactum and tikal. by the early 900s ,many of the major cities were abandoned . when the spanish arrived they found only the impoverished descendants of the glory that was mayan civilization . yet the mayans were able to fight off the spanish for over a hundred years. the last independent maya kingdom of tayasal, fell as late as 1697. aztecs 1428 - 1521 aztec empire with the collapse of tula in the 12th century, the primitive chichimecs groups again poured into the valley of mexico from the north. one of these were the aztecs,who would start to control central mexico in the 1400s. collectively, certain nahuatl speaking people migrated to the central mexican valley in 13th a.d. from the north and the spanish invasion are commonly referred to as the aztecs. the aztec empire was ruled by a political body called the triple alliance, made up of the acolhua people of texcoco, the mexica in tenochtitl?n, and the tepaneca people of tlacopan. . in 1428 a triple alliance was established between texcoco, tlacopan and tenochtitl?n becoming the foundation of the aztec empire . tenochtitlan quickly became dominant and ruled the alliance by the time of the spanish arrival . the word ' aztec ' is derived from nahuatl meaning ' people from aztlan .' cortes and the spanish conquest 1517-1521 early spanish expeditions to mexico 1517-18 story of cortes-part1: early life, cuba(1506-19), cozumel 1519 story of cortes part 2: tabasco, marina, verzcruz early 1519 story of cortes-part 3 cortes burns ships, tlascala story of cortes part 4: cholula,march to aztec capital story of cortes- part 5:montezuma tribute,narvaez story of cortes part 6 retreat (nochetriste) june 1520 story of cortes part 7 aztecs surrender august 1521 modern view of cortes colonial mexico 1519 - 1821 colonial mexico converting the indians the encomiendas gov in new spain mixton war of 1540 -41 virgin of guadalupe the inquisition in mexico cultural life in new spain the social classes economy of new spain colonial architecture bourbon reforms mexican colonial coins mexican war of independence first mexican empire early republic war for independence 1810 -1821 napoleon's conquest of spain spurs calls for independence miguel hidalgo and his grito de dolores ("cry of dolores") first mexican empire 1821 general agust?n de iturbide declares himself emperor. leader of the antimonarchists antonio lopes de santa anna restores republic. early mexican republic 1822-33 centralist and federalists vie for power constitution of 1824 pres.victoria,guerrero & bustamante 1829 spanish invasion santa anna mexican american war santa anna 1833 - 47 mayan caste war republic of rio grande public was roused against bustamante for execution of guerrero and repression. santa anna elected pres. recinds reforms and becomes centralist,states lose power. constitiution of 1836 his corruption and extravagence. rebellions against rule. revolt of texas 1835-36 prelude to the mexican american war 1846-4 anglo-americans allowed to settle texas. reasons for texas rebellion. santa anna captured at battle of san jacinto santa anna deposed treaty of velasco 1838 pastry war with france. santa anna leads army to drive out the french, becomes pres. again mexican american war 1846-47 mexican-american war timeline american plans for manifest destiny,dispute over texas. reasons for mexican defeat. loss of half of mexico revolution of ayutla french intervention restored republic revolution of ayutla, 1857 constitution war of the reform 1857-61 santa anna sells gadsen purchase in 1853. revolution of ayutla to oust santa anna,restore federal rule. constitution of 1857 reforms to curb power of military and church. brutal war of the reform 1857-61 juarez becomes pres, country bankrupt, huge foreign debts french intervention second mexican empire 1864-7 english,spaninsh and french troops land to collect debt. napoleon iii uses this as pretext to invasion,spanish, english depart. french defeat at puebla maximilian becomes the emperor of mexico emperor issues the black decree american support for juarez -confederate offer execution of the emperor restored republic 1867-76 juarez elected pres. 1867 educational,political,economic and church reforms. rurales established to stop banditry mexico city-veracruz railway juarez dies 1876, gen.diaz, hero of the french invasion, seizes power diaz and the porfiriato mexican revolution obergon, callas and the the cristero war diaz and the porfiriato 1876-1910 foreign investment encouraged through stability, low wages and low taxes farmers and indians cheated of lands,put into debt peonage-no education railways,industry make great advances mexican revolution 1910-20 madero,villa,zapata overthrow diaz. madero becomes pres., coup by gen.huerta. huerta resigns, carranza becomes pres. carranza's gen.obregon defeats villa. constitution of 1917 zapata and villa assassinated obregon overthrows carranza mexican revolution timeline obergon, callas and the the cristero war 1920-1934 1921 mexico was the worlds third largest producer of oil jose vasconcelos as secretary of education diego rivera murals obregon assassinated by cristeno pres.callas the maximato cardenas and nationalization camacho & world war ii 1947 - 2016 post war mexico cardenas and oil nationalization 1934-40 callas and his supporters exiled 49,000,000 acres redistributed nationalization of the oil companies camacho world war ii gov bank established to help industry each one teach one mexican tankers were torpedoed by german submarines mexico declares war on axis squadron 201 of the mexican airforce fights in pacific theater 1947 - 2016 post war economic boom and bust postwar mexico prosperous 1951 mexican segment of the pan-american highway finished 1952 women were allowed to vote 1968 tlatelolco massacre and olympics maquiladoras started late 60s 70-80s massive peso devaluation, huge debt imf bailout 90s decline of columbian drug cartels leads to rise of mexican drug cartels,which now control 70% of the illegal drug flow into the u.s. 2006 pres.calderon intensifies war on cartels. mexican history maps map of mexican archeological sites map of the the viceroyalty of new spain map of the mexican-american war map of modern mexico google map of mexico quiz on mexican history top heroes and villains in mexican history mexican history mp3s glossary with pronunciation epidemics in mexican history sitemap mexican history time lines time line of mexican history mexican revolutiontimeline mexican-american war timeline mexican history news mexico urged to rebuild public?s trust mexico has learned to stick with flexible peso: mexico's vigilante groups continue on, but remove masks obama plays risky game in mexico with embrace of enrique pe?a mexico's next president faces tough economy partial recount in mexico presidential election ordered mexico's pri party 'dinosaurs' roar back to life mexico's youngest police chief seeks asylum in u.s. maya tomb find could help explain collapse new reality emerging on illegal immigration lost mayan city of mirador tomb of aztec emperor ahuitzotl found museums honor mexico?s milestones rise and fall of the maya london show sheds light on aztec emperor mexico unveils archeological park mexico quick facts population: 111,211,789 11th largest in the world gdp 1.47 trillion 12th largest economy 7th largest oil producer mexico has a rich history, going back 20 centuries .the pre-columbian cities in mexico were the most populous in the world at their time with great advancements in art and building . prior to the spanish,the mayans developed superbly built city-states in the yucatan and the city of tectihuacan with a population of 200,000 in 600 a.d., made it the largest city in the world .their successors the aztecs ruled over most of central mexico . mexico a mestizo society where the native population and spanish have blended to make the country what it is today, the native peoples still make up to 30% of the population.the country has been rocked by upheavals and the loss of almost half its territory in war, foreign invasion and revolution, yet still remains a vibrant country with a unique cultural identity which started to be called mexicanidad during the mexican revolution . links mexicanart.info baja cave paintings spanishamericanwar.info national museum of mexican art museo nacional de historia anahuacalli museum san juan de ul?a wikipedia war of the pacific war of the triple alliance link to mexicanhistory.org need a citation from this website ? click here . privacy sitemap


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