Cajeme

Cajeme MunicipalityCajeme, Sonora
Cajeme is one of the municipalities of the northwestern state of Sonora, Mexico.wikipedia
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Cócorit

Cocorit
In the 19th century agriculture developed at the villas of Cumuripa, Buenavista and Cócorit.
Cócorit is a town located in the municipality of Cajeme in the southern part of the Mexican state of Sonora.

Sonora

Sonora, MexicoSonoranSonora State
Cajeme is one of the municipalities of the northwestern state of Sonora, Mexico.
The municipalities with the greatest presence include Etchojoa with 19% of the municipal population, Guaymas with 8.34%, Huatabampo with 11.8%, Navojoa with 5.92%, Hermosillo with 1.1%, Cajeme with 1%, Bácum with 9.26%, Benito Juárez with 5.2%, San Ignacio Río Muerto with 7.4%, Nogales with 1.2%, Álamos with 3.9%, San Miguel de Horcasitas with 13.7%, Yécora with 6.8% and San Luis Río Colorado with 5.1%.

Ciudad Obregón

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It is also the municipal seat of Cajeme municipality, located in the Yaqui Valley.

Cajemé

It is named after Cajemé, a Yaqui leader.
The town of Cajeme was initially a part of Cócorit Municipality until its elevation to a Municipal Seat on September 28, 1927.

Municipalities of Mexico

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Cajeme is one of the municipalities of the northwestern state of Sonora, Mexico.

Mexico

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Cajeme is one of the municipalities of the northwestern state of Sonora, Mexico.

Yaqui

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It is named after Cajemé, a Yaqui leader. Yaqui tribes settled in the region at approximately 1100 and in 1533 had the first contact with the Spanish conquistadors, when Diego de Guzmán arrived at the Yaqui region. In the 17th century Jesuit missionaries visited the zone to evangelize the Yaqui natives in 1617.

Spain

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Yaqui tribes settled in the region at approximately 1100 and in 1533 had the first contact with the Spanish conquistadors, when Diego de Guzmán arrived at the Yaqui region.

Conquistador

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Yaqui tribes settled in the region at approximately 1100 and in 1533 had the first contact with the Spanish conquistadors, when Diego de Guzmán arrived at the Yaqui region.

Society of Jesus

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In the 17th century Jesuit missionaries visited the zone to evangelize the Yaqui natives in 1617.

Missionary

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In the 17th century Jesuit missionaries visited the zone to evangelize the Yaqui natives in 1617.

Evangelism

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In the 17th century Jesuit missionaries visited the zone to evangelize the Yaqui natives in 1617.

Villa

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In the 19th century agriculture developed at the villas of Cumuripa, Buenavista and Cócorit. In 1619, one of the missionaries, Martín Burgencio founded the villa of Buenavista and later the villa of Cumuripa.

Agriculture

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In the 19th century agriculture developed at the villas of Cumuripa, Buenavista and Cócorit.

Military base

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Buenavista was the site for the military base of San Carlos de Buenavista during the Spanish colony.

Spanish Empire

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Buenavista was the site for the military base of San Carlos de Buenavista during the Spanish colony.

Guaymas

Guaymas, SonoraGuaymas, MexicoGreater Guaymas
It was considered the capital of the Villa de Salvación since 1820 and in the second half of the 19th century it was considered part of the Guaymas district, as well as part of the Yaqui pueblos.
The municipality borders the municipalities of La Colorada, Suaqui Grande, Cajeme, Bácum and Hermosillo, with the Gulf of California to the west.

Pueblo

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It was considered the capital of the Villa de Salvación since 1820 and in the second half of the 19th century it was considered part of the Guaymas district, as well as part of the Yaqui pueblos.

Indigenous peoples of the Americas

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According to a law from 1828 for the indigenous governments it was established as a capital of one of their government divisions.

Municipal president

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The current municipal president is Sergio Pablo Mariscal Alvarado (MORENA) elected to govern from 2018 until 2021.

National Regeneration Movement

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The current municipal president is Sergio Pablo Mariscal Alvarado (MORENA) elected to govern from 2018 until 2021.