Documents relating to the civil and military administration of Chihuahua y Mexico, 1811-1844.
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Statesman, political leader, and historian. Born 1792 in Guanajuato; died 1853 in Mexico City. Elected in 1821 as deputy for Guanajuato to the Cortes de Cádiz. Ministro de Relaciones Interiores e Exteriores (1823-1825). Established the Companía Unida de Minas and the first foundry in Mexico after independence (1825). Administrator of the estate of the Duque de Terranova y Monteleone. Member of the Poder Ejecutivo after the 1829 Plan de Jalapa, and Ministro de Relaciones (1830-1832) in t...
President of Mexico, military leader. Born 1782 in Tixtla; died 1831 in Cuilapan. Guerrero began his military career in 1810. He was commissioned captain by José María Morelos before the attack on Taxco, was made colonel in 1814 by Juan Nepomuceno Rosains, and received the rank of general from Agustín de Iturbide. After Iturbide was removed as emperor, Guerrero was named General de División, and became a member of the Supremo Poder Ejecutivo which governed until 1824. Guerrero ascended to th...
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)...
Army officer elected president of Mexico in 1824. Original name: Manuel Felix Fernandez; changed name to show devotion to Mexican independence. From the description of Guadalupe Victoria correspondence, 1823 September 4. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70981600 ...
Ramos Arizpe worked for the adoption of the Spanish constitution of 1812, served as chief draftsman of the Mexican Acta Constutiva and Constitution of 1824, and as minister of justice and ecclesiastical affairs in Mexico City in 1833. From the description of Ramos Arizpe, Miguel, letter, 1833. (University of Texas Libraries). WorldCat record id: 23835059 In 1822, Miguel Ramos Arizpe returned to Mexico after several years in prison in Spain. He had been the Deputy of the Inte...