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Christina Martinez ( Grandmother, Grandfather & Great Uncle (Mexican) During the Mexican Revolution CE Photograph;

sisterwolf: Rutilo Patiño, México, ca. 1940

Fair Haired Maiden of the West — sisterwolf: Rutilo Patiño, México, ca.

Emiliano Zapata- Leader of Mexican Revolution

Emiliano Zapata- Leader of Mexican Revolution. This means it's better to die fighting than to live being controlled.

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Eufemio Zapata Salazar, (1914)

Portrait of Eufemio Zapata Salazar, brother to revolutionary hero Emiliano Zapata, Mexico, photographer unknown.

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A soldadera of the Mexican Revolution - Valentina Ramirez was the most famous of the "Adelitas," the women who took arms in the Mexican Revolution

CultureHISTORY: Photos by Romualdo Garcia c. 1900s-1910s  Portraits of Mexico from one of the great and lesser-known photographers of the early 20th century.

stereoculturesociety: “ CultureHISTORY: Photos by Romualdo Garcia c. Portraits of Mexico from one of the great and lesser-known photographers of the early century.

Guerrilleras Zapatistas- learn more about the role of women in the Mexican Revolution, even cook the same foods they prepared! HISTORY and RECIPES at http://www.amazon.com/Celebraciones-Mexicanas-Traditions-AltaMira-Gastronomy/dp/0759122814

Guerrilleras Zapatistas- learn more about the role of women in the Mexican Revolution, even cook the same foods they prepared!

'Adelitas,' or 'soldaderas,' were women that took arms during the Mexican Revolutionary War, 1910-1929. | Photos I love | Pinterest | Mexicans, War and Mexico

Las Soldaderas Women of the Mexican Revolution Elena Poniatowska David Dorado Romo, Translator (Cinco Punto Press)

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