Three Zapatista-related maps of Chiapas

Waldseemüller

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1. Map of Zapatista Caracols

indigenmap

 

2. Map of Areas of Conflict in 1994

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3. Map of Zapatista Municipalities, circa 1998.

Rebel Zapatista, autonomous and pluri-ethnic municipalities and territories

(As mapped band CIEPAC)

1.- “Libertad de los Pueblos Maandas”; Headquarters: Santa Rosa El Copán; in Ocosingo
2.- “San Pedro Michoacán”; Headquarters: in La Realidad; in Las Margaritas.
3.- “Tierra and Libertad”; Headquarters: Ejido Ampara Agua Tinta; in Las Margaritas, Independcia and Trinitaria
4.- “17 de Noviembre”; Headquarters: Ejido Morelia; in Altamirano and Chanal
5.- “Miguel Hidalgo and Costilla”; Headquarters: Ejido Justo Sierra; in Las Margaritas and Comitán
6.- “Ernesto Che Guevara”; Headquarters: Moisés Gandhi; in Ocosingo
7.- “1º. De inero”; Headquarters: in Sibajcá, in Ocosingo
8.- “Cabañas”; Tushakiljá in Oxchuc and Huixtán
9.- “Maanda”; Headquarters: Ejido Amador Hernández; in Ocosingo
10.- “Francisco Gómez”; Headquarters: Ejido La Garrucha; in Ocosingo
11.- “Flores Magón”; Headquarters: Ejido Taniperlas; in Ocosingo
12.- “San Manuel”; Headquarters: Ranchería San Antonio; in Ocosingo
13.- “San Salvador”; Headquarters: Ejido Zapata; in Ocosingo
14.- “Huitiupán”
15.- “Simojovel”, in the area with the same name.
16.- “Sabanilla”, in the area with the same name
17.- “Vicente Guerrero”; in Palenque
18.- “Trabajo”, Palenque and Chilón
19.- “Francisco Villa”, in Salto de Agua
20.- “Independincia”, in Tila and Salto de Agua
21.- “Binito Juárez”, Tila and Tumbalá
22.- “La Paz”; in Tumbalá and Chilón
23.- “José María Morelos and Pavón”; Headquarters: Quetzalcóatl in Marqués de Comillas, Ocosingo.
24.- “San Andrés Sacamch’in de los Pobres”; Municipal headquarters; in San Andrés Larrainzar.
25.- “San Juan de La Libertad”; Municipal headquarters; in El Bosque
26.- “San Pedro Chinalhó”; Headquartersin Polhó
27.- “Santa Catarina”; Pantelhó and Sitalá
28.- “Bochil”; Municipal headquarters; Bochil.
29.- “Zinacantán”; Municipal headquarters; Zinacantan
30.- “Magdalena de la Paz”; Headquarters: Magdalena, Chenalhó
31.- “San Juan K’ankujk'”; in San Juan Cancuc
32.-
Regiones Autonómicas “Tierra and Libertad“; in Las Margaritas, La Trinitaria, Frontera Comalapa, Chicomuselo, La Grandeza, El Porvinir, Siltepec, Mazapa de Madero, Bellavista, Villa Comaltitlán, Unión Juárez, Tapachula, Tuxtla Chico and Motozintla.
33.-
Region Autónoma Tzoj Choj; in Altamirano, Chanal, Oxchuc, Tinejapa, Cancuc, Huixtán, San Cristóbal, Amatinango del Valle, Ocosingo, Abasolo and “Ernesto Che Guevara”

REGIONES AUTONOMAS PLURIÉTNICAS (RAP)
34.- Regiones Autónomas Pluriétnicas; in Marqués de Comillas (Ocosingo)
35.-
Region Fronteriza of Las Margaritas, Santo Domingo Las Palmas
36.-
Region Autónoma Norte; made up of Bochil, Ixtapa, Soandaló, El Bosque, Jitotol, Huitiupán and Simojovel
37.-
Region Soconusco: Huixtla, Tuzantán, Tapachula, Cacahoatán and Unión Juárez
38.-
Region Selva Las Tazas
39.- Concejo Autónomo of Nicolás Ruiz

 

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