Territorial evolution of New Mexico

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An enlargeable map of the United States after the Treaty of Paris in 1789
An enlargeable map of the United States after the Louisiana Purchase in 1803
An enlargeable map of the United States after the Adams-Onís Treaty took effect in 1821
An enlargeable map of the United States after the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo in 1848
Proposed boundaries for State of New Mexico, 1850
An enlargeable map of the United States after the Compromise of 1850
An enlargeable map of the United States after the Gadsden Purchase in 1853
An enlargeable map of the United States after the Arizona Organic Act in 1863
An enlargeable map of the United States after New Mexico Statehood in 1912
An enlargeable map of the United States as it has been since 1959

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

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See also[edit]

Arizona Territorial evolution of Arizona
Colorado Territorial evolution of Colorado
Oklahoma Territorial evolution of Oklahoma
Texas Territorial evolution of Texas
Utah Territorial evolution of Utah

References[edit]

  1. ^ Thirty-First United States Congress (September 9, 1850). "An Act proposing to the State of Texas the Establishment of her Northern and Western Boundaries, the Relinquishment by the said State of all Territory claimed by her exterior to said Boundaries, and of all her Claims upon the United States, and to establish a territorial Government for New Mexico" (cgi-bin). Retrieved June 4, 2009.
  2. ^ William Howard Taft (January 6, 1912). "By the President of the United States of America, A Proclamation Admitting the State of New Mexico to the Union". Retrieved June 4, 2009.

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