Mexico's Past

  • Jan 9, 1325

    Aztecs discovered Tenochtitlan

    When Aztecs found Tenochtitlan. Tenochtitlan is a city-sale located on an island in Lake Texoco, in the Valley of Mexico. Tenochtitlan became the growing Aztec Emmpire, in the 15th century. Now where Tenochtitlan is located is very known as; Mexico City.
  • Jan 9, 1492

    Columbus Arrival

    Columbus arrived and meets, as he calls, "Natives." He sailed with three ships: The Nina, Pinta, and the Santa Monica. He sailed the ocean blue to meet his destination; West Indies.
  • Jan 9, 1502

    Aztecs emperor

    The Aztecs were trying to find a emporor but soon they found, Monetezuma.
  • Jan 9, 1519

    Cortez arrival

    In this time period Cortez settles Tenochtitlan. Once he is in the area he capture Moctezuma.
  • Jan 9, 1520

    Moctezuma gets Killed.

    Once when Cortez has captured, and tried to conquer Tenochtitlan. To win the crown Cortez warned, and then killed Moctezuma.
  • Jan 9, 1521

    Cortez is the ruler.

    Cortez finally gets the crown. He conquers the Aztec empire, This is where everything changes.
  • Jan 10, 1535

    Spain establishes governent

    Spain establishes colonial government in Mexico. When they finallly Spain gets the last saying.
  • Viceroy Recalls

    Vviceroy is being recall back to Spain after bein rioting Mexico from Spain by indians and others.
  • Battle of Calderon

    Battle of Calderon
    Mexico was fighting for independence, the battle takes place outside of Guadalejara led by Ignacio Allende and they weren't much equipment to fight, and the fighters were unequipped.
  • Adams Otis Treaty takes charge

    Adams Otis Treaty takes charge
    Is when the treaty finally gets accepted. U.S.-Mexico boundary established by Spain and the United States.
  • Texas is no longer part of Mexico

    Texas is no longer part of Mexico
    Stephen. F. Austin starts making Texas and colonize it.
  • First Mexican Empire

    First Mexican Empire
    The very first empire regency for a example; Agustin de Iturbide, Lead the office in 20 of September 1821.
  • Mexico wins their independence

    Mexico wins their independence
    The battle takes place in Mexico City. They win there independence from Spain after they conquered the Aztecs.
  • First Pressident

    First  Pressident
    Guadalupe Victoria was the first president of Mexico, he ran office 10 October 1824 anf left office in 1 April 1829
  • Mexico struggles with the Texas issue

    Mexico struggles with the Texas issue
    Now that Texas became part of the colonies in United States,Mexico tries to get it back. Thats where all the struggle begins.
  • Pastry War France vs. Mexico

    a conflict between Nations and calls up visions of armies bombarding each other with Éclairs, Fruit Tarts, Napoleons and even Strudel. French Fleet began the blockade of Mexico's east coast seaports, launching a war. It was based on a claim that since Mexico had first gained its independence, various French citizens living there, had lost both lives and property due to actions by Mexicans.
  • Mexico war begins

    It all started cause Mexico didn't know when Texas wasn't part of Mexico. There even more mad by the fact James polk, the president of US. Wants to buy and have a agreement to get Texas and California as part of their country and let Rio grande be the border line.
  • Gadsden Purchase

    Under the purchase, the United States paid $10 million for approximately 30,000 square miles that runs south of the Gila River, extends east to El Paso and west to California. The purchase -- which included the town of Tucson, in Arizona -- was a major step in resolving an outstanding Mexican American border issue. Prior to the purchase, the border between Mexico and the United States followed the main fork of the Gila River to its junction with the Colorado River. At the time the United States
  • Epic Revolution

    Beginning of Epic Revolution, triggered by unrest amongst peasants and urban workers, who are led by Emiliano Zapata
  • Immigration change

    A "Immigration Act." becomes on a move that mandates a literacy test for immigrants is passed.
  • Immigration

    Largely due to a lack of immigration quotas, more than 89,000 Mexicans come into the United States on permanent visas, making 1924 the peak year for Mexican immigration.
  • Problems with Mexicans in US.

    Border Patrol seized nearly 280,000 illegal immigrants. By 1953, the numbers had grown to more than 865,000, and the U.S. government felt pressured to do something about the onslaught of immigration. What resulted was Operation Wetback, devised in 1954 under the supervision of new commissioner of the Immigration and Nationalization Service, Gen. Joseph Swing.