Liberty Cove: A Timeline 

A look at the major events in the history of land known as Liberty Cove, from 1946 to today

1946—A decree by the president of Mexico allocates 4.8 million acres in Sonora as part of a massive land redistribution for poor called Distrito de Colonización de Altar y Caborca. Land is classified fuera del comercio, or banned from sale, and is…

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