Guadalupe Victoria


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, 1786?–1843, Mexican general, first president of Mexico (1824–29), whose original name was Manuel Félix Fernández. He joined (1811) the revolution proclaimed by Hidalgo y Costilla, and even after the defeat and death of Morelos y
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Guadalupe Victoria

(gwäthälo͞o`pā vēktōr`yä), 1786?–1843, Mexican general, first president of Mexico (1824–29), whose original name was Manuel Félix Fernández. He joined (1811) the revolution proclaimed by Hidalgo y Costilla, and even after the defeat and death of Morelos y PavónMorelos y Pavón, José María
, 1765–1815, Mexican leader in the revolution against Spain, a national hero. He was, like Hidalgo y Costilla, a liberal priest.
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 he continued, as a fugitive, to support the revolutionary cause. His name, Guadalupe Victoria [Our Lady of Guadalupe Triumphant], was adopted in honor of the revolutionary standard. The achievement of independence under Agustín de IturbideIturbide, Agustín de
, 1783–1824, Mexican revolutionist, emperor of Mexico (1822–23). An officer in the royalist army, he was sympathetic to independence but took no part in the separatist movement led by Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, and in fact helped to
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 did not satisfy him, but he adhered to the Plan of Iguala (1821). Two years later he joined Santa Anna in his revolt against Iturbide's empire. Guadalupe Victoria was chosen as a member of the provisional government and then as president. Factional strife between the conservatives and liberals marred his administration, and the conservatives, under Vice President Bravo, started an unsuccessful revolt. He was succeeded by Vicente GuerreroGuerrero, Vicente
, 1782–1831, Mexican revolutionist and president (Apr.–Dec., 1829). He fought under the command of Morelos y Pavón, spreading the revolution in the south. Guerrero won victory after victory.
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In the nearby town of Guadalupe Victoria, near the quake's epicenter, officials passed out water, blankets and food to scores of people camping in tents or cars, too afraid to return home.
2-magnitude tremor struck late on Sunday, 16 miles south-west of Guadalupe Victoria in Baja California.
A series of aftershocks rocked the area around the epicenter, 30 miles (50 km) to the southeast of Mexicali and close to the town of Guadalupe Victoria.
On 2 August 2006, we photographed three juveniles in Guadalupe Victoria, municipality of Sabinas.
During the breeding season, we observed 27 and 15 in 2005 and 2006, respectively; including one juvenile (17 April 2005), one adult and two juveniles (15 July 2005), and one nest with two adults (25 May 2006) in a bald cypress tree in Las Tablas, municipality of Melchor Muzquiz, one pair gliding together (12 March 2005), and one adult and one juvenile (24 September 2005) in Santa Maria, municipality of San Juan de Sabinas, one adult and one juvenile in municipality of San Juan de Sabinas (15 July 2005), and two adults and one juvenile in Guadalupe Victoria, municipality of Sabinas (2 August 2006).
We observed two pairs, one bird and a group of six individuals in Las Tablas, and one adult in Las Rucias, municipality of Melchor Muzquiz (24-26 May 2006), and one bird in Guadalupe Victoria, municipality of Sabinas (18 July 2006).
We observed only two individuals, one in Las Rucias, municipality of Melchor Muzquiz (24 May 2006) and one in Guadalupe Victoria, municipality of Sabinas (20 July 2006).
We observed one (17 August 2005) and two individuals in Basic I plumage (Frederick, 1997; 2 August 2006) in Guadalupe Victoria, municipality of Sabinas; probably in post-breeding dispersal from the coast of Tamaulipas.
We documented one individual during the first breeding season in Guadalupe Victoria, municipality of Sabinas (18 May 2005), and six in the second, two in Guadalupe Victoria, municipality of Sabinas (19 July 2006), and four in municipality of San Juan de Sabinas (1 August 2006).
Silver Dragon (through its wholly-owned Mexican subsidiary) recently acquired Cerro Las Minitas, an operating silver mine located in Guadalupe Victoria, Durango, Mexico.
OTCBB:SDRG) today announced the signing of a Letter of Intent relating to the geological and due diligence study of a property known as Cerro las Minitas located in Guadalupe Victoria, Durango, Mexico, which housed former producing silver mines.