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Territorial evolution of New Mexico

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Territorial evolution of New Mexico

The following timeline traces the territorial evolution of the U.S. State of New Mexico.

Timeline

  • Historical territorial claims of Spain in the present State of New Mexico:
  • Nueva Vizcaya, 1562-1821
  • Santa Fé de Nuevo Méjico, 1598-1821
  • Treaty of Córdoba of 1821
  • Historical territorial claims of France in the present State of New Mexico:
  • Louisiane, 1682–1764
  • Treaty of Fontainebleau of 1762
  • Historical territorial claims of Spain in the present State of New Mexico:
  • Luisiana, 1764-1803
  • Third Treaty of San Ildefonso of 1800
  • Historical territorial claims of France in the present State of New Mexico:
  • Louisiane, 1803
  • Vente de la Louisiane of 1803
  • Historical territorial claims of Mexico in the present State of New Mexico:
  • Santa Fé de Nuevo México, 1821-1848
  • Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo of 1848
  • Historical territorial claims of the Republic of Texas in the present State of New Mexico:
  • Disputed territory east of the Rio Grande, 1836-1845
  • Texas Annexation of 1845
  • Historical political divisions of the United States in the present State of New Mexico:
  • Unorganized territory created by the Louisiana Purchase, 1803-1804
  • District of Louisiana, 1804-1805
  • Territory of Louisiana, 1805-1812
  • Territory of Missouri, 1812-1821
  • Territory of Arkansaw, 1819-1836
  • Adams-Onís Treaty of 1819
  • Disputed territory created by the Texas Annexation, 1845-1850
  • Compromise of 1850
  • Mexican-American War, 1846-1848
  • U.S. Military Province of New Mexico, 1846
  • U.S. Provisional Government of New Mexico 1846-1850
  • Unorganized territory created by the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, 1848-1850
  • State of Deseret (extralegal), 1849-1850
  • Proposed state of New Mexico, 1850
  • Territory of New Mexico, 1850-1912
  • Gadsden Purchase of 1853
  • American Civil War, 1861-1865
  • Arizona Territory (CSA), 1861-1865
  • State of New Mexico since 1912
  • References

    Territorial evolution of New Mexico Wikipedia


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