Political Leaders of Mexico<br />Karina Fakhruddinova<br />HIST 30<br />
Miguel Hidalgo<br /><ul><li>Don Miguel Gregorio Antonio Ignacio Hidalgo y Costilla
Born: 8-May-1753
Birthplace: Corralejos hacienda, Penjamo, Guanajuato, Mexico
Died: 30-Jul-1811
Location of death: Chihuahua, Mexico
Cause of death: Execution
Occupation: Religion, Activist, Military, priest
Father of Mexican independence
Hidalgo was Priest and instigator of Mexican independence. At midnight on September 16, 1810 he rang his parish bell in th...
Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna <br /><ul><li> Born: 21-Feb-1794
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  • 1. Political Leaders of Mexico<br />Karina Fakhruddinova<br />HIST 30<br />
  • 2. Miguel Hidalgo<br /><ul><li>Don Miguel Gregorio Antonio Ignacio Hidalgo y Costilla
  • 3. Born: 8-May-1753
  • 4. Birthplace: Corralejos hacienda, Penjamo, Guanajuato, Mexico
  • 5. Died: 30-Jul-1811
  • 6. Location of death: Chihuahua, Mexico
  • 7. Cause of death: Execution
  • 8. Occupation: Religion, Activist, Military, priest
  • 9. Father of Mexican independence
  • 10. Hidalgo was Priest and instigator of Mexican independence. At midnight on September 16, 1810 he rang his parish bell in the city of Dolores, Guanajuato and called for the death of all Spaniards- an act ceremoniously repeated yearly by the current Mexican government. He subsequently raised armies for a free Mexico and swept through the central state of Guanajuato, causing the death of many Spaniards and his own excommunication from the Roman Catholic Church.</li></ul>Antonio López de Santa Anna<br />
  • 11. Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna <br /><ul><li> Born: 21-Feb-1794
  • 12. Birthplace: Jalapa, Mexico
  • 13. Died: 21-Jun-1876
  • 14. Location of death: Mexico City, Mexico
  • 15. President of Mexico (1853-55)
  • 16. President of Mexico (1847)
  • 17. President of Mexico (1844)
  • 18. President of Mexico (1841-44)
  • 19. President of Mexico (1833-37)
  • 20. Mexican Governor Veracruz (1829-30)
  • 21. Mexican Governor Veracruz (1829)
  • 22. Mexican Governor Veracruz (1829)
  • 23. Exiled to Cuba (1845)
  • 24. Exiled 1848
  • 25. Exiled to Jamaica (1851)
  • 26. Ousted in a Coup in 1855</li></ul>Antonio López de Santa Anna<br />
  • 27. Guadalupe Victoria<br /><ul><li>José Miguel Ramón AdauctoFernández y Felix
  • 28. Born: 29-Sep-1786
  • 29. Birthplace: Tamazula, Durango, Mexico
  • 30. Died: 21-Mar-1843
  • 31. Location of death: Perote, Veracruz, Mexico
  • 32. First President of Mexico
  • 33. Military service: Mexican Revolutionary Army (War of Mexican Independence)
  • 34. Mexican Governor Puebla (1836-40)
  • 35. President of Mexico (1824-29)
  • 36. Conspiracy jailed by order of Agustín de Iturbide (1821)
  • 37. Escaped from Prison (1821)</li></ul>Guadalupe Victoria<br />
  • 38. Porfirio Diaz <br /><ul><li>José de la Cruz Porfirio Diaz Mori
  • 39. Born: 15-Sep-1830
  • 40. Birthplace: Oaxaca, Mexico
  • 41. Died: 2-Jul-1915
  • 42. Location of death: Paris, France
  • 43. President of Mexico 1884-1911
  • 44. President of Mexico 1877-80
  • 45. Ran Away From Home age 16
  • 46. Exiled to France (1911)
  • 47. Mexican president and dictator. dictator. His presidency is marked by significant internal stability modernization, and economic growth. Diaz's conservative regime became unpopular due to his undemocratic ways and massive repression. and political continuity. Diaz fell from power during the Mexican Revolution.</li></ul>Guadalupe Victoria<br />
  • 48. Alvaro Obregon<br /><ul><li>Alvaro Obregon Salido
  • 49. Born: 19-Feb-1880
  • 50. Died: 17-Jul-1928
  • 51. Location of death: Mexico City, Mexico
  • 52. Cause of death: Assassination
  • 53. Occupation: Head of State, Military
  • 54. President of Mexico (1-Dec-1920 to 30-Nov-1924)
  • 55. Mexican Minister Secretary of War and the Navy (1916-17)
  • 56. Mexican Governor D.F. Mexico (1914)
  • 57. Mexican Mayor Huatabampo (1911-13)
  • 58. Obregon's presidency was the first stable presidency since the launching of the Mexican Revolution. He oversaw massive educational reform, moderate land reform, and labor laws sponsored by the increasingly powerful Mexican Workers association.</li></li></ul><li>Adolfo Ruiz Cortines<br />Adolfo Ruiz Cortines<br />Born: 30-Dec-1890<br />Birthplace: Veracruz, Veracruz, Mexico<br />Died: 3-Dec-1973<br />Occupation: Head of State<br />President of Mexico (1952-58)<br />Mexican Minister Interior (1948-51)<br />Mexican Governor Veracruz (1944-48)<br />He is most remembered for giving Mexican women the right to vote in presidential elections, creation of National Nuclear Energy Commission, support of education, healthcare, and overal economic stability.<br />
  • 59. Jose Lopez Portillo<br />Jose Lopez Portillo y Pacheco<br />Born: 16-Jun-1920<br />Died: 17-Feb-2004<br />Cause of death: Pneumonia<br />Studied at University: Medicine, Universidad NacionalAutónoma de México, Mexico City; University of Santiago, Santiago, Chile; PhD Adminstrative Science, InstitutoPolitécnicoNacional, Mexico City (1961); Professor of Political Science, Universidad NacionalAutónoma de México (1947-58)<br />President of Mexico (1976-82)<br />Mexican Minister Property and Public Credit (1973-75)<br />PartidoRevolucionarioInstitucional (1959-2004)<br />Author of books: Génesis y Teoría del Estado Moderno (1965), Quetzalcóatl (1965), Don Q (1987), MisTiempos (1988), Umbrales (1997). El súper PRI (2000)<br />
  • 60. Miguel de la Madrid<br />Miguel de la Madrid Hurtado<br />Born: 12-Dec-1934<br />Birthplace: Colima, Colima, Mexico<br />Studied Law at Universidad NacionalAutónoma de México, Mexico City (1957), Public Administration, Harvard University (1965). Professor of Law, Universidad NacionalAutónoma de México.<br />President of Mexico (1982-88)<br />Mexican Minister Budget and Planning (1979-82)<br />Mexican Official Subdirector, Credit Section, Secretariat of the Treasury (1965-70)<br />Best known for his ten step economic reform.<br />
  • 61. Carlos Salinas<br />Carlos Salinas de Gortari<br />Born: 3-Apr-1948<br />Birthplace: Agualeguas, Nuevo León, Mexico<br />University: Economics, Universidad NacionalAutónoma de México (1969)<br />University: PhD Economics, Harvard University (1978)<br />President of Mexico 1988-1994<br />Mexican Minister Education (1982-88)<br />Author of books: Mexico, A Difficult Step into Modern Times (2000)<br />As President of Mexico, Salinas is best known for his support of foreign investment and privatization of Mexico's national banking system. After his term as president, Mexico sank into an enormous fiscal crisis.<br />
  • 62. Felipe Calderon<br />Felipe de Jesus Calderon Hinojosa<br />Born: 18-Aug-1962<br />Birthplace: Morelia, Michoacán, Mexico<br />Current Head of State<br />Studied law at the University of EscuelaLibre de Derecho, Mexico City; Economics, InstitutoTecnológicoAutónomo de México, Mexico City, Public Administration, Harvard University President of Mexico (2006-Present)<br /> Mexican Minister Energy (2002-04)<br /> Mexican Official President of PAN (1996-99)<br /> Mexican Official Secretary-General of PAN (1993-96)<br /> Mexican Official Federal Deputy (1991-94)<br /> Mexican Official Mexico City council (1988-91)<br />