The Cienega Affair, or the Battle of Cienega Creek, was the last engagement of the Taos Revolt during the Mexican-American War. The battle occurred on July 9, 1847 and was fought between New Mexican insurgents, Pueblo natives and United States Army troops.

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  • The Cienega Affair, or the Battle of Cienega Creek, was the last engagement of the Taos Revolt during the Mexican-American War. The battle occurred on July 9, 1847 and was fought between New Mexican insurgents, Pueblo natives and United States Army troops. (en)
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  • 9 wounded
  • 5 killed
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  • Mexico
  • United States
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  • 1847-07-09 (xsd:date)
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  • United States victory
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  • 31
  • 200
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  • United States cavalry and infantry, circa 1845.
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  • unknown
  • Capt. Morin
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  • The Cienega Affair, or the Battle of Cienega Creek, was the last engagement of the Taos Revolt during the Mexican-American War. The battle occurred on July 9, 1847 and was fought between New Mexican insurgents, Pueblo natives and United States Army troops. (en)
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  • Cienega Affair (en)
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  • Battle of Cienega Creek (en)
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