considered "too radical for revolution" by Madero. Organized PLM in 1910.
sought to overthrow Madero with Diaz and Huerta
British subject who was murdered by Pancho Villa.
La Sucesion Presidencial de 1910
Madero declared Diaz's election null and void.
Revolted in North Mexico (Nueva Leon) in 1911 against Madero. Worked with Felix Diaz and Henry Wilson to betray Madero. Opposition to Madero in election of 1911.
Plan de San Luis Patosi
Written by Francisco Madero in October 1910, nullified Diaz's election and declared Madero provisional leader. Written in San Antonio.
Tyrant who ran for president at the age of 80 in 1910. Controlled Mexico for 33 years.
Francisco "Pancho" Villa
"The Robin Hood of Mexico", a bandit who killed Benton and assumed leadership of the Constitutionalists (Huerta's opponents). Recruited an army 3000 strong who controlled Chihuahua.
Issued Plan de Ayala November 25, 1911. Initially supported Madero and his plan for land reform.
Henry Lane Wilson
sought to overthrow Madero. US Ambassador in San Antonio. Became increasingly hostile to Madero in 1912, threatened to kill Madero if he did not protect US lives and property. Argued that Huerta should preside over Mexico.
March 9, 1912. A plan that claimed that Madero abused the power of presidency and deceived the people of Mexico.
Authored a plan that supported Plan of SLP, but hated Madero's rule. Proposed land reform in 1912
mestizo farmer-turned priest who strongly supported Hidalgo. State in Mexico where
Carranza establishes a provisional government at Hermosillo, in Sonora.
The state of Mexico where the elderly Venustiano Carranza, a landowner who had once served Diza but joined Madero in 1911 and was appointed by him governor of the state, raised teh standard of revolt against Huerta. He called for the overthrow of the dictator.
Mexican Liberation Party, Magon's Party 1910-1914.
Plan de Ayala
Issued by Zapata November 25, 1911 proclaimed that the lands, woods, and waters usurped by the hacendados, cientificos, or through tyranny and venal justice would be returned to their owners.
Porfirio's nephew, prepared with Bernardo and Rudolfo for a coup against Madero.
1913: Took control of Mexican Government and imposed dictatorship on Mexico. Sent General Blanquet to arrest and kill Madero. Betrayed Diaz and took over Mexico
Carmen Romero Rubio
Diaz's second wife who helped to establish social circles in the elitist groups.
He was a leader of the Cientificos during the regime of Porfirio Diaz. Pancho Villa's enemy.
street thugs, to force cooperation by the press, supported Diaz
treated badly by P. Diaz. Diaz took their land and in 1892, 200 were thrown in the sea. native people of Sonora
The police men of Diaz who kept law and order to the people,,,maintaining stability in the rural areas to help Diaz promote foreign investment in Mexico.