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SocSci States/Territ

States and Territories

Mexican territory that openly rejected the Constitution of 1836 Alta California
Endpoint of one invasion route during the Mexican-American War and the American state carved out of territory gained by Mexico California
Poor, southern Mexican state that was the site of the 1994 peasant revolt Chiapas
First state in which Orozco and Villa captured towns during the Revolution Chihuahua
Northern Mexico state that hosted the Battle of Buena Vista Coahuila
Site of the Mixton War Jalisco
Experienced eight uprisings in response to the Constitution of 1836 Jalisco
Experienced seven uprisings in response to the Constitution of 1836 Mexico State
State in which Emiliano Zapata refused to disarm revolutionary forces Morelos
Before it was an American State, it strongly objected to the Constitution of 1836 New Mexico
Birth state of Porfirio Diaz Oaxaca
Experienced five uprisings in response to the Constitution of 1836 Puebla
Both states produced opium for American markets in the 1940s Sinaloa and Sonora
Location of Potonchan Tabasco
Declared independence from Mexico in 1836 and became the Lone Star Republic Texas
Declared independence from Mexico in 1836 but later backed down Yucatan
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