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Treaty of Guadalupe gave the US the Mexico's Rio Grande as boundary for Texas, all California, half of New Mexico, most of Arizona, Nevada, and Utah, and parts of Wyoming and Colorado. Mexicans could relocate w/in these new boundaries or get full US citizenship. Mexicans actually belong in US...
The optimal road trip to see all the US national parks
Rand McNally Auto Road Map for Arizona and New Mexico (1927)
U.S. County Boundaries map in November 1911, only a couple months before Arizona and New Mexico were admitted in the union, as the last states of the contiguous United States.
California, With Territories of Utah, Nevada, Colorado, New Mexico And Arizona (1864)
Map of Peralta land grant
1866 Johnson Map of California, Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada and Utah - Geographicus - Southwest-johnson-1866
1864 Johnson Map of California, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado - Geographicus - Southwest2-johnson-1864
Arizona and New Mexico Territories Map, 1867
Arizona and New Mexico Territories Map, 1896
NIE 1905 Arizona (and New Mexico)
1877 Mitchell Map of Arizona and New Mexico - Geographicus - AZNM-mitchell-1877
best photos you will ever see
for the map obsessed
log your aails
boater's atlas
boat atlas