Documentos Relativos a la Reforma y a la Intervención Francesa en México 1851-1910


Documentos Relativos a la Reforma y a la Intervención Francesa en México 1851-1910

Documents relating to the reform movement, War of the Reform and French intervention in Mexico in the latter half of the nineteenth century.

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Olaguíbel, Francisco Modesto de, 1806-1865 (person)

Hidalgo y Carpio, Luís (person)

Mexico (corporateBody)

Parga, Rafael (person)

Almonte, Dolores Quesada de (person)

Marmolejo, Mauro (person)

Díaz de Zollano, José M. (person)

Escobar, Manuel María? (person)

Vélez, Francisco A. (person)

Álvarez, Antonio (person)

Montes, Ezequiel, 1820-1883 (person)

Castillejo, Francisco (person)

Ceballos, Juan Bautista (person)

Sota Riva, Manuel de la, 1764-1826 (person)

Ocampo, Melchor (person)

Arriaga, Ponciano (person)

Elguero, Manuel (person)

Mina, Francisco Javier, 1789-1817 (person)

Hacienda de Tlachiquera (San Felipe, Guanajuato, Mexico) (corporateBody)

Espinosa, Pedro (person)

Haro y Tamariz, Antonio de (person)

Duarte, Juan B. (person)

Santa Anna, Antonio López de, 1794?-1876 (person)

Epithet: President of Mexico British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000297.0x000203 Commander in chief of Mexican Army and President of Mexico during war with United States (1846-1848). Letter thanks Don Juan Valdivia for providing lumber and use of his estate for defense against possible Spanish invasion (1829). From the description of Antonio Loṕez de Santa Anna letter, 1829. (University of the Pacific)...

Haro, Benito (person)

Pardo, Juan (person)

Jiménez, José Victor (person)

Maximilian, Emperor of Mexico, 1832-1867 (person)

Emperor of Mexico from 1864 to 1867. From the description of Maximilian, Emperor of Mexico collection, 1847-1967 (bulk 1853-1867) (University of Arizona). WorldCat record id: 28981462 Formerly Ferdinand Maximilian Joseph, Archduke of Austria. From the description of Papers of Maximilian, Emperor of Mexico, 1864-1866. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79455828 ...

Faboada, Antonio (person)

Cisneros, José Antonio, 1826-1880 (person)

Degollado, Santos, 1811-1861 (person)

Military and political leader. Born 1811 in Guanajuato; died 1861 on the plains of Salazar, Mexico state. Scribe for a notary and for the Haceduría of the Cathedral in Morelia (1828-?). Imprisoned twice for insurgency (1836-1839?). Secretary of the Junta Subdirectora de Estudios of Michoacán (1844) and President of the Junta Directiva de Fomento de Artesanos (1846). Secretary of the Colegio de San Nicolas. Governor of Michoacán after Melchor Ocampo. Fought against Santa Anna and became a gene...

Lerdo de Tejada, Miguel (person)

Barragán, Jose A. (person)

Degollado, Joaquín M. (person)

Ogazón, Pedro (person)

Díaz, Felipe (person)

Huerta, Epitacio (person)

Álvarez, Melchor (person)

Bazaine, François-Achille, 1811-1888 (person)

Bazaine was commander-in-chief of the French Expeditionary Corps of Mexico from 1863 to 1867. From the description of Achille Francois Bazaine correspondence, 1862-1866. (Princeton University Library). WorldCat record id: 177321690 Military leader. Born 1811 in Versailles, France; died 1888 in Madrid, Spain. Began military career in Africa (1831). As member of French Foreign Legion, fought Carlistas in Spain (1835-1837) and received the Cross of the Legion of Honor. Served w...

Arteaga, José María, 1827-1865 (person)

Calvo, Manuel María (person)

Rubí, Domingo (person)

Sansgrave, Crescento (person)

Terán Peredo, Jesús (person)

Zaragoza, Ignacio, 1829-1862 (person)

Ignacio Zaragoza (b. March 24, 1829–d. September 8, 1862) was a Mexican general and politician. He led the Mexican army that defeated invading French forces at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862. Zaragoza was born in the early Mexican Texas village of Bahía del Espíritu Santo (now Goliad, Texas, United States) in what was then the Mexican state of Coahuila y Texas. The family moved to Matamoros, Mexico in 1834. During the political unrest of the 1850s, Zaragoza joined the army supporting the...

Santa Anna, Justo (person)

Prieto, Guillermo (person)

Castro, José Dolores (person)

Robles Arenas, Agustín (person)

García, Carlos (person)

Inguanzo, José (person)

Muñoz Ledo, Octaviano (person)

Corona, Antonio (person)

Linaza, Feliciano de (person)

Álvarez, Juan 1790-1867 (person)

Llave, Ignacio de la, 1818-1863 (person)

Carrión, Luis (person)

Cadena, Trinidad de (person)

Sánchez Facío, José (person)

Doblado, Manuel, 1818-1865 (person)

Arteaga, Octaviana W. de (person)

Parrodi, Anastasio (person)

Ortiz, Octaviano (person)

Carrona, Ramón (person)

Díaz, Felix (person)

Balbuena, Antonio (person)

Echevestre, José María (person)

Juárez, Benito, 1806-1872 (person)

President of Mexico. Born 1806 in Guelatao, Oaxaca, Mexico; died 1872. Elected to Oaxaca state congress in 1833. Governor of Oaxaca 1847-1852; 1856-1857. In exile in New Orleans 1853-1855. Minister of Justice and Ecclesiastical Affairs Oct. 6-Dec. 9, 1855; Ley Juárez passed Nov. 23, 1855. President of the Supreme Court (1857). Assumed presidency Jan. 1858 upon removal of Ignacio Comonfort. Elected president in March 1861, Juárez was re-elected in October 1867 and July 1871. He died in office. ...

Chávez, José María, 1812-1864 (person)

Miramón, Miguel, 1831-1867 (person)

Siliceo, Manuel (person)

Ramírez, Ignacio (person)

Gamboa, José Antonio, 1820?-1870? (person)

Comonfort, Ignacio, 1812-1863 (person)

President of Mexico, general. Born 1812, died 1863. Positions held include: artillery captain (1833); infantry colonel in the militia; colonel in the 1847 campaign of the Valle de Méjico; Administrador de la Aduana Maritima de Acapulco (1852); Administrador de la Aduana Maritima de Mazatlan; General de Brigada del Ejército Mexicano (1854); General en Gefe del Ejército Restaurador de la Libertad (1855); General de División del Ejército Mexicano (1855). Served as Ministro de Guerra (Oct. 10-D...

Vega, Plácido (person)

Guzmán, León, 1821-1884 (person)

Gamboa, José María (person)

Márquez, Leonardo, 1820- (person)

Mejía, Tomás (person)

Hall, Frederic (person)

Díaz, Porfirio, 1830-1915 (person)

Mexican statesman and army officer. From the description of Porfirio Díaz correspondence, 1895. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79424089 ...

Medina, Dolores (person)

Moreno, Joaquín (person)

Almonte, Juan Nepomuceno, 1803-1869 (person)

Mexican diplomat and soldier. From the description of Juan Nepomuceno Almonte papers, 1834-1865. (University of Texas Libraries). WorldCat record id: 21927265 Juan Almonte (born May 15, 1803), Mexican diplomat and soldier, conducted an inspection tour of Texas in 1934 and later returned to Texas with Santa Anna in 1836, only to fall captive at the Battle of San Jacinto. He died in Paris on March 21, 1869. From the guide to the Juan Nepomuceno Almonte Papers, 1834...

Ramírez, Francisco (person)

Moreno, Pedro, 1775-1817 (person)

Monterde, José Mariano (person)