Mexican Government

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Coyame UFO Incident - History
... The Mexican government sent a team to recover the small plane and its passengers, while the U.S ... military offered its recovery expertise to the Mexican government, but the Mexican government declined ... entered Mexico surreptitiously after intercepting a Mexican radio communication giving away the location of the crash site ...
Convention Of 1833
... The Convention of 1833 (April 1–13, 1833), a political gathering of settlers in Mexican Texas, was a successor to the Convention of 1832, whose ... San Felipe de Austin to draft a series of petitions to the Mexican government ... American state of Tennessee, a committee drafted a state constitution to submit to the Mexican Congress ...
Mexican–American War - Republic of Texas
... the most successful of several colonies authorized by the Mexican government ... The Mexican government intended the anglophone settlers to act as a buffer between the Tejano residents and the marauding Comanches, but the Anglo colonists tended ... The Mexican government decided to reinstate the property tax, increase tariffs on U.S ...
Chief Solano - Biography - Sonoma 1823-1846
... final Franciscan mission north of the San Francisco Bay and built under Mexican rule ... In 1835, however, the Mexican government began to close down and secularize the missions, dispersing the land and properties ... into Sonoma in 1835, just assigned by the Mexican military to extend Mexican domain in the North Bay to maintain a Mexican stronghold against the Russians at Fort Ross ...
Roman Catholic Church In Mexico - History - Mexican Revolution - Aftermath
... they were not rigorously enforced by the Mexican government ... Under this provision, Article 130 of the 1917 Mexican Constitution was re-established ... which decreed the compulsory registration of the clergy, for it allowed the Government to hand over churches.” The Catholic Church took a stand against the Mexican government ...

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