1846 in Mexico
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Events in the year 1846 in Mexico.
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- April 25 – Mexican-American War: Open conflict begins over border disputes of Texas' boundaries.
- May 8 – Mexican-American War – Battle of Palo Alto: Zachary Taylor defeats a Mexican force north of the Rio Grande at Palo Alto, Texas in the first major battle of the war.
- May 9 – Mexican-American War – Battle of Resaca de la Palma in Brownsville, Texas
- May 13 – Mexican-American War: The United States declares war on Mexico.
- June 10 – Mexican-American War: The California Republic declares independence from Mexico.
- June 14 – Bear Flag Revolt: American settlers in Sonoma, California start a rebellion against Mexico and proclaim the California Republic.
- July 7 – Acting on instructions from Washington, DC, Commodore
- August 6 – José Mariano Salas assumed the presidency as provisional president.
- August 22 – President José Mariano Salas decreed the Mexican Constitution of 1824 in effect again.
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