My famous person in the 1830’s is Porfirio DIaz. He was a mexican general and then soon became the mexican president at a time. In this essay I will tell you the marvelous life of Porfirio Diaz. He will forever be well known for his great accomplishments. He had a lifespan of 45 long years. Porfirio Diaz was born on September 15, 1830, in Oaxaca, Mexico. Once he was born 15 years later he soon became a part of the priesthood. But once the war broke out he became part of the army. His military career then followed him. After many years in the military he was soon ascended to a general. For years after he was a general he then became the president of Mexico. He was well known for establishing a strong centralized state. He became president
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Héctor Luis Palma Salazar also known as Blondy, is a former Mexican drug trafficker and former leader of the Sinaloa Cartel. He worked alongside "El Chapo". Héctor Luis Palma Salazar was born in , Mocorito, Sinaloa, Mexico in the mid 1950s. There is no evidence of a specific birthdate. Palma began his criminal carreer as a car thief and then eventually working as a gunman for Miguel Gallardo in the Guadalajara Cartel.
Lorenzo de Zavala was born in Tecoh in Yucatan Mexico on October 3, 1788 his full name was Manuel Lorenzo Justiniano de Zavala y Sáenz. He was believe it or not the fifth of nine children his fathers and mothers names were Anastasio de Zavala y Velázquez and María Bárbara Sáenz y Castro. He then went on to graduate from Tridentine Seminary of San Ildefonso in
Some days he would be chained and fed poorly, because he would disobey the guard 's orders, but he never regretted his decisions he made. About a year later he was ordered to be released by Jose Joaquin de Herrera. Before he was ordered to be released he escaped the prison then left to Texas, and went straight to Sam Houston. He was asked to go on the Santa Fe Expedition by President Lamar, right after he got out of prison. He went from being a servant to being an Alcalde, which means a mayor.
On November 15,Officer Jeronimo Yanez was charged with manslaughter and various gun charges due to a shooting at a routine traffic stop. On July 6, almost 5 months ago, Officer Jeronimo Yanez pulled over Philando Castile, with the assumption that he was involved in a robbery that happened a few days prior. Mr. Castile had his girlfriend and his child in the car when he was pulled over. After handing the officer his license and registration, Mr. Castile that he was armed, but there was a permit for the gun with his papers.
Hernan Cortes was a hero that conquered the Aztec Empire. Hernan Cortes’ was an educated man. Military ran in his blood, his father was an officer in the Spanish army. He attended the University of Salamanca when he was only 14 years old. When Hernan Cortes was only 19 he joined Diego Velazquez and Nicola de Overdo on their voyages to the New World.
Juana Barraza is a serial killer in Mexico. She was born on December 27, 1958 in Hidalgo, Mexico. As a child she had a thought life. Her mother Justa Samperio an alcoholic woman would exchange her to a man called Jose Lugo for a couple of beer. Barraza was sexually abuse; as a result she became a mother at the age of 13.
Have you ever wondered if Antonio López de Santa Anna was really the bad guy in the Alamo story? I have done a lot of research on Santa Anna and I think you will figure out a lot more interesting facts about Santa Anna that most people do not know right off the top of their head. Did you know that he was the president of Mexico 11 times? Or how about do you even know the story of the Alamo? Well, if you don’t then don”t worry ,just read this paper and by the end you will know more about the Mexican president Antonio López de Santa Anna than the average Texan.
Then later, after that he started in the engineering department in the city of Albuquerque for a while. After that he married Imelda Espinosa in 1911.She was a member of a very important family. Then after they moved to the Belen county in 1914.Shortly after they moved to Belen he started working for as a newspaper guy,private contractor,and a court interpreter. In 1917 he was given a job
Pancho Villa Written By: Gaby Espinoza - Vega Early Life The revolutionary figure by the name of Pancho Villa was brought to the world on June 5, 1878. Villa was originally named ‘José Doroteo Arango Arámbula’. He was born in the city of San Juan del Rio in Durango, Mexico to father, Agustin Arango and mother, Micaela Arámbula.
He was the elected the president of Mexico 11 times. After serving some time in exile he returned to Mexico because he saw an opportunity to seize power during the Mexican American War. He lost the War and Mexico lost most of its territory. He later lived most of his years in
Gregorio Esparza was born in San Antonio de Béxar his birth name was José Maria Esparza. He is known as a defender of the Alamo. He was born on February 25, 1802. Gregorio married Anna Salazar whom he had a daughter and three sons. All of Gregorio Esparza’s family was present during the siege of the Mexican Army but only one of his sons Enrique Esparza was one of the eyewitnesses to see his father’s death.
He marched for days,nights,weeks, and months as finally he battled for the Capital, Mexico City. His efforts were not strong enough and some say not wise. His leadership along side with Allende was enough for thousands of men agreed to fight for their liberty. When he was finally captured and executed, his accomplishments were seen by “All the city's dignitaries and officials” as a representation of the wave of the future.(New World). This
Hernan Cortes, a Spanish conquistador born in 1485 in Medellin, Spain. In his early life, Cortes studied Law. Unfortunately, Cortes withdrew from Law School. In lieu, Cortes wanted to be a part of the world of exploring. He first set off with Valasquez to conquer Cuba which was successful.
Was Porfirio Diaz a better leader than Benito Juárez? Benito Juarez and Porfirio Diaz held the office of President of Mexico for multiple terms during the second half of the 19th century. Porfirio Diaz was President of the Mexican Republic at the period called "the Porfiriato" when Mexico was modernized, and economic growth began as he brought order, peace, and progress. Juarez became a national icon as an indomitable, peripatetic figure who kept the idea of a sovereign republic alive, sometimes only a few leagues ahead of the empires pursuing forces in his simple black coach. Benito Juarez achieved equality, and brought education to the nation but even though Porfirio Diaz was a strict leader, he brought much prosperity and stability to Mexico than Juarez.