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Campaign refers to United States naval operations against targets
along Mexico's Pacific Coast during the Mexican-American War. It
excludes engagements of the California Campaign in Alta California.
The objective of the campaign was to capture Mazatlan, a major
Mexican seaport used for imported supplies. The captured regions
south of Alta California were subsequently returned to Mexico in
the peace treaty that ended the war.
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