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Mexico!
Carmina, Emily, Seth, Jasmine,R.J. Dylan, Dane
Day of the Dead
Independence Day celebrates the day Miguel Hidalgo is believed to have made the cry of independence
Mexicano Independiente ay
The day is celebrated to commemorate the formation of a new Mexican constitution.
Constitución Day
Mexican Celebrations
Emily, Carmina, Dylan
Mexican Political Conflicts
Mexican Transportation
R.J. Jasmine
September 16
They celebrate their country’s Independence Day with fireworks, parties (fiestas), food, dance and music
Chiles en Nogada!!!
Its a mexican holiday , this day is meant to remember there love ones who died
November 2nd
The Aztecs and Hernan Cortes
Sugar skulls represented a departed soul
There is also a day of the dead parade
Transportation
Buses
-Affordable
-económico
-Professionally run
-ejecutar profesionalmente
-Mexico invested a lot towards bus routes
- Mexico invertir un lote hacia el autobús la ruta
-Four main bus stations
-Cuatro estaciones de autobuses
Mexican War of Independence
The Porfiriato
Transportation
Mexican-American War
Taxis
-muy barato
- Solo cobran por lo que la zona en
-"Turismo" y el Sitio son las más seguras
Texas gained independence from Mexico in 1836; a large amount of land would later become part of the US and not Mexico
Mexican calvalry attacked US soldiers on April 25, 1846, and Congress declared war soon after
The war ended with Treaty of Guadalupe Febuary 2, 1848, Rio Grande was officially the Mexican border
Porfirio Díaz
December 1, 1884 – May 25, 1911
February 1519 – August 13, 1521
U.S. President James K. Polk (1845-1849)
Father Hidalgo
(1753-1811)
1810-1821
1846-1848
Known for his suppression of revolts
Led with a systematic government and military spirit
Mexico was in extreme debt
Encouraged foreign investment
Industries and workers suffered
Spanish conquistador who traveled to Mexico
Became allied with the Aztecs' enemies, the Tlaxcalans
The Aztecs confused Cortes for a god
Easily seized capitol of Tenochtitlán and conquered the Aztecs
Claimed land for Spain
Miles from here to...
Mexico
millas de aquí a
Mexicano
very cheap
- They only charge on the certain area
- "Tourism" the safest Site
The father of the Revolution was a Catholic Priest named Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla. He urged his fellow Mexicans to stand up against the Spanish in the "Grito de Dolores"
The treaty of Córdoba was signed on August 24, 1821, making Mexico a free nation
Map
http://mapmaker.education.nationalgeographic.com/#/
Tourist Fact!
Also known as Mexican Independence Day!
Mexican American War
Did you know?
Gold was discovered in California just days before Mexico ceded the land to the United States in the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo.
Did you know?
El oro fue descubierto en California apenas unos días antes de que México cedió la tierra a los Estados Unidos en el Tratado de Guadalupe Hidalgo.
Tourist Fact!
Mexican War of Independence
En los bancos del Día de la Independencia de México, escuelas, oficinas gubernamentales y muchos negocios están cerrados por respeto.
On Mexican Independence Day banks, schools, government offices and a lot of businesses are closed out of respect.
Sources
http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/mexican-war-of-independence-begins
http://www.history.com/topics/mexico/struggle-for-mexican-independence
http://www.history.com/topics/mexican-american-war
http://www.livescience.com/39238-hernan-cortes-conqueror-of-the-aztecs.html
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