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Pictures about Mexico in the 1920sGrade 5, Module 1: Unit 2, Lesson 1
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Portrait of Porfirio Diaz
Mexico during the Carranza revolution against Huerta’s government
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“Rebel Soldiers, Chihuahua, Mexico”, 1910-1920s
Diego Rivera, The UprisingA woman holding a baby and a working man fend off an attack by a uniformed soldier. Behind them a crowd clashes with more soldiers who force demonstrators to the ground - a potent symbol for universal class struggles.
Mexico: Neighbor to the Northpictures
United States Army soldiers and Mexican soldiers guarding the international border (International Street) at Nogales, Arizona and Nogales, Sonora during the Mexican Revolution ( )
U.S. troops guarding the United States/Mexico border in Naco, Arizona
US and Mexico State Line (1915)
Mexico: Rich versus Poorpictures
Newsboys sleep in the street, Mexico City 1923
Working family in Mexico, 1913From the Robert Runyon Photograph Collection [image number 00048], courtesy of The Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.
Diego Rivera, Sugar PlantationMural depicting land owner and workers (1920s Mexico)
Diego Rivera, The ExploitersDepicts unequal relationship between Mexican field workers and wealthy landowners
“Typical Mexican Home and Family” pre-1920 (postcard)
“Mexican Family Cooking Food Outdoors on Ground by Train Tracks” circa 1920
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