Guadalupe Victoria (1824-1829) was the first president of Mexico, when it switched from a poorly managed monarchy led by Agustin the Iturbide (1821-1824), just after its War of Independence against Spain (1810-1821) was won.
Guadalupe Victoria is the nom de guerre of José Miguel Ramón Adaucto Fernandez y Félix.
Vicente Guerrero (1782 - 1831) was the second president of Mexico, after Guadalupe Victoria. His term in office lasted from April 1, 1829 until December 17, 1829.
The first black president of Mexico was Vicente Ramon Guerrero. This was in 1829 and he was the second president of Mexico. He was actually of Indian, African and white European descent.
As far as I know, no president were born/lived in New Mexico.
Margarita Zavala is the First Lady of Mexico.
He was the president of Mexico
of mexico- 1782-1843
Guadalupe Victoria (1786-1843) was the first president of Mexico, whose term lasted from 1824 to 1829. He died of epilepsy when he was 57 years old.
Benito Juarez, president of Mexico.
He was the first president of Mexico and acted as such for 5 years (October 10, 1824 - April 1, 1829).
One year and six days, it was the longest of his first five times as Mexico's President.
We have not yet had a president from New Mexico. Bill Richardson ran for the democratic nomination in 2008 but was defeated by Barack Obama.
It wasn't purchased but won over a war with Mexico. Such president was James K. Polk.