Mexican Pre-Revolutionary timeline

Events

Mexico's Independence from Spain

1810

mexican government enforced laws against the church owning land and monopolizing education

1850 - 1859

Mexico ostensibly have a republican of government administered by the liberal constitution

1857

the end of the turbulent period of foreign invasions and civil war Diaz ran for president against Benito Juarez

1867

the gross domestic product of mexico had been 27.6% of U.S.A

1870

Díaz ran again but Juarez won soon Juarez died shortly after his inauguration Supreme Court Chief Justice Sebastían de Tejada succeeded him.

1871

Díaz ran for president once more

1876

General Porfirio Diaz became president, Mexican national income increased at annual rate of 2.3% , Mexico had a bicameral Congress when Díaz assumed the presidency provisionary

1877

US-build railroad companies connected central Mexico with Northern Mexico and United States , Díaz’s strong support of foreign investment Mexico's railroads multiplied , Gonzalez as president

1880 - 1889

Díaz has president again

1884

Díaz urged Congress to reform the constitutional once again to allow for one re-election of the president and the state governors

1887

Diaz was re-elected

1888

Mexican economy had grown due to rising demand for commodities natural resources and products

1900

Diaz’s army killed Yaquis Indians

1902

Mexican Congress in a solemn ceremony awarded awarded awarded Porfirio Díaz

1905

British engineering company was given the largest oil concessions by the Mexican government

1906

textile working in three different sites were on strike, asking for better wages and working hours and safe conditions

1907

Landowners from chihuahua in the north of Mexico Francisco Madero, who formed the National Antire-electionist Party

1909

81% of mexicans were illiterate and living in poor conditions

1910

Díaz would be forced to resign and go into exile

1911