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Diplomatic History | History | Latin American History | Military History | Political History | United States History


Efforts for peace, treaties, and covenants, to return national and private property after the evacuation of the country by U.S. forces. Foreign Invasion. A group of former American volunteer soldiers prepares to invade the territory of Coahuila in order to loot and kill. p. 2-10.

Invasion of Toluca and transfer of powers to Sultepec. p. 11-15.

The Governors of Sonora, Tamaulipas and Nuevo Leon, are prepared to repel the American invasion. p. 16 - 28.

Information from Guaymas on the damage caused by U.S. forces in violation of the armistice. p. 29- 42.

It was brought to the attention of the U.S. government that Americans have been committing attacks on people and property in Chihuahua. p. 43-66.

The Secretary of War, makes a request to the minister of the United States to completely remove all military forces that are still in Mexico. p. 67-70.

The Government of Tamaulipas requests guidance on what to do with Americans who are passing through the Mexican territory after the peace treaties by way of Rio de San Juan. p. 71-85.

The Commander of the State of Sinaloa, ensures that the Americans are evacuated from the Plaza de la Paz in Baja California. p. 86-92.

A large group Comanches, instigated by U.S. forces left the U.S. and invaded the territory of Chihuahua. p. 93.

The Finance Minister reports he did not receive the $74,166.99 owed by the United States for the collection of customs in Guaymas, Mazatlan and Matamoros. p. 94-104.

The government minister in Washington wrote a note to the Tamaulipas government, on invasion of the territory by steamboats on the Rio de San Juan. p. 105-109.

The Mayor of the Baja California, writes that there were many difficulties for the American Commander to surrender to Mexico in that region. p. 110-113.

The Government of Coahuila reports that several units of men posing as a volunteer army of the United States, are threatening some border cities. p. 114-119.

The American consul at Tampico gave out weapons and two cannons to rioters during the riots of August. p. 120-133.

The Minister of War, reports on some of the outrages committed in Matamoros by Americans. p. 134-144.

Mexico's consul in Havana, reports that Andres Silveira will embark to Mexico and try to convince and bring to pass the annexation of Tampico to the United States. p. 145-148.

Reports on the damage caused by American forces in Villa Rosales, Chihuahua, after signing the Treaty of Guadalupe. p. 149-165.

Translated copy of a newspaper in New Orleans outlining the idea of the annexation of Tamaulipas to the United States. p. 166-273.

The American Benito Lenton was evicted from his home and land in neighboring Chihuahua. p. 274- 282.

Mexico requested the return of the fees collected by the Americans after the Treaty of Guadalupe was signed. p. 283-305.

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Archivo Historico De La Secretaria De Relaciones Exteriores L_E_1094



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