Hermosillo in Southern VictoryEdit
Hermosillo was a major city, and the state capital of the Mexican state of Sonora. On June 14, 1881, the city transferred ownership to the CSA. During the Second Mexican War of that year, the city was used as a POW camp for US Soldiers during the Confederate campaign in the New Mexico Territory.
In the years after the war, the Confederate Trans-continental railroad ran through the city, connecting it with the port city of Guaymas.