Coahuila y Tejas

1824–1835 state of Mexico

Coahuila y Tejas (Coahuila and Texas) was one of the constituent states of the United Mexican States. [5]

Estado Libre y Soberano de
Coahuila y Texas
Coahuila y Tejas
State of Mexico
1824[1]–1835
Flag of Coahuila y Texas
Flag
Coahuila y Texas in Mexico (1824).svg
Coahuila y Tejas within Mexico
CapitalSaltillo
Monclova (March 9, 1833)
DemonymCoahuiltejano
Area 
• 1824[2][a]
555,500 km2 (214,500 sq mi)
• 
389,400 km2 (150,300 sq mi)
• 
166,100 km2 (64,100 sq mi)
Population 
• 
70,955
History
 • TypeFederated state
LegislatureUnicameral Congress
• Upper house
Congreso del Estado Libre y Soberano de Coahuila y Tejas[4]
History 
September 27, 1821
• Established
May 7 1824[1]
• Texas Revolution
October 2, 1835
• Disestablished
December 15, 1835
December 29, 1845
Preceded by
Succeeded by
First Mexican Empire
Republic of Texas
Coahuila
Today part ofMexico
- Coahuila
United States
- Texas
^ a. Texas had approximately 389,400 km2 and Coahuila 166,100 km2. Texas had 18 municipalities: San Antonio de Bexar, 2,400; Goliad, 700; Victoria, 300; Saint Patrick, 600; San Felipe, 2,500; Columbia, 2,100; Matagorda, 1,400; Gonzalez, 900; Mine, 1,100; Nacogdoches, 3,500; San Augustine, 2,500; Liberty, 1,000; Johnsburg, 2,000; Anahuac, 50; Bevil, 140; Teran, 10; Tenaha, 100.

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Las Diputaciones Provinciales" (PDF) (in Spanish). p. 15.
  2. "Historia Legislativa del Congreso del Estado de Coahuila (Constitucion de 1824)" (in Spanish). Archived from the original on 2011-07-24.
  3. "Las Diputaciones Provinciales" (PDF) (in Spanish). p. 76.
  4. "Historia Legislativa del Congreso del Estado de Coahuila (15 de agosto de 1824)" (in Spanish). Archived from the original on 2011-07-24.
  5. 5th. Article of Mexican Constitution of 1824 Archived 2018-08-16 at the Wayback Machine.