GUERRERO, a Pacific coast state of Mexico, bounded N.W.
Other important towns of the state are Tixtla, or Tixtla de Guerrero, formerly the capital (pop. 6316 in 1900), 3 m.
Guerrero was organized as a state in 1849, its territory being taken from the states of Mexico, Michoacan and Puebla.
On the 4th of January 1904, two months after the declaration of independence, a constitutional assembly was elected, which met on the 15th of January, adopted the constitution described above, and chose as president Manuel Amador Guerrero (1834-1909).
ACAPULCO, a city and port of the state of Guerrero on the Pacific coast of Mexico, 190 m.