- Battle of Puebla (Batalla de Puebla) (9)
- Battle of San Jacinto (1836) (8)
Examines the battle of San Jacinto, generally considered to be one of the most decisive battles of the Texan Revolution for independence from Mexico.
- Villa, Francisco "Pancho" (1878-1923) (8)
- Wilkipedia: Mexican Revolution
The Mexican Revolution of 1910, was a violent social and cultural movement, colored by socialist, nationalist, and anarchist tendencies, that began with the popular rejection of dictator Porfirio D?az Mori in 1910.
- Zapata, Emiliano (1879-1919) (4)
- History of Mexico Timeline
Historical overview with articles on various eras and subjects.
- Fox, Vicente - President (3)
- Cort?s, Hern?n (1485-1547) (7)
- Anza, Juan Bautista de (1736-1788) (4)
- Santa Anna, Antonio L?pez de (1794-1876) (6)
- Mexican Independence
Information on the people and events that led to freedom from Spain. Mexican Independence explains how Texas became part of an independent Mexico and the "Lone Star" of hope for a second democratic, multi-cultural Federal Republic in America.
- Hidalgo, Miguel (1753-1811) (5)
- MexOnline.com: Mexican Revolution of 1910
Photos and description of the Mexian Revolution of 1910.
- November 20 Commemoration of the Mexican Revolution
On November 20, Mexico celebrates the anniversary of its Revolution. On this date, in the year 1910 the war to overthrow the dictator Porfirio D?az, began.
- Subcomandante Marcos (8)
- Ju?rez, Benito (1806-1872) (2)
- Mexican Revolution: Conflict in Matamoros
Robert Runyon's photographic account of events in Northeastern Mexico from 1913 through 1916.
- Gadsden Purchase (3)
- PBS: Conquistadors
Online companion to the series examining the explorations of Cortes, Orellana, Cabeza de Vaca, and Pizarro. Also offers an online learning adventure for students and teachers.
- D?az, Porfirio (1830-1915) (6)