Mexico, 1830. p. on a folio sheet, with integral blank leaf intact. A clean, fresh copy. Very good. First publication of the presidential approval of the separation of Sonora and Sinaloa. Word had reached Mexico City from Concepcion de Alamos, in Occidente, that the legislature of the state had finally voted to dissolve the state of Occidente into two separate and independent parts, Sonora and Sinaloa. This is the publication of the official approval by the federal congress, the president, and vice-president. The whole Spanish Southwest was greatly affected by the division, and the act was a momentous event in the histories of California, Arizona, and New Mexico. An important document for any collection relating to the area. Scarce. (Inventory #: WRCAM27613I)
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