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Emiliano Zapata

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Emiliano Zapata

Birth of Emiliano Zapata
Education
He spent 9 years in school.
Profession
Fast Facts
Family Life
War Life
Death
Work Cited
Birth Date
August 8, 1879
Where
Anenecuilco, Mexico
Parents
Gabriel Zapata
Cleofas Jertrudiz Salazar
Wife
Josefa Espejo Sanchez
married in August 1911
Children
Guadalupe
Nicolás
Juan
Ponciano
María Elena
Felipe
Josefa
Luis Eugenio
Margarita
Gabriel
Ana María Zapata Portillo
Mateo Emiliano Zapata Pérez
Mateo Emiliano Zapata Pérez
Diego Zapata Piñeiro
María Luisa Zapata Zúñiga
Gabriel Zapata Vázquez
José ¿?
Girlfriends
Location
Mexican state of Morelos
What He Fought For
Freedom from the Mexican government.
What he Did
He lead the poor people to go against the government.
Level
limited education
cut short
Teachers
Emilio Vara
Military Officer
Emiliano Zapata was a military commander for the peasants of Mexico.
Famous Quote
Cause
Assignated in Morelos, Mexico
Assignated by the government
April 10, 1919
Effect
Emiliano is known world wide as a symbol of the struggles of peasants. His followers are known as Zapatistas, and his revolutionary ideas are now known as Zapotismo. There are statues of Emiliano Zapata all over the world.
Internet
http://www.biography.com/people/emiliano-zapata-9540356?page=1
http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/zapata-assassinated-in-mexico
http://www.bibliotecas.tv/zapata/familia/josefa_espejo.html
http://www.bibliotecas.tv/zapata/familia/arbol_genealogico.html
http://web.uvic.ca/~jcuffe/PW401/bio/legacy.htm
Continued
Frost, Mary Pierce, and Susan Keegan. The Mexican Revolution. San Diego, CA: Lucent, 1997. Print.
Continued
http://sabrina-o.deviantart.com/art/Emiliano-Zapata-299981608
http://www.emersonkent.com/history_notes/emiliano_zapata.htm
http://sfegraphics.deviantart.com/art/31-Emiliano-Zapata-295272171
Based on a true story.
Emiliano Zapata!
Adios!
Matilde Vázquez
Luz Zúñiga
Gregoria Zúñiga
Georgina Piñeiro
María de Jesús Pérez Caballero
Petra Portillo Torres
Margarita Sáenz Ugalde
Inés Alfaro Aguilar (5)
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