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Portrait of Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson during the Mexican-American War believed to be taken in Mexico City, 1847 Mexican American War, American Civil War, American History, American Veterans, Louis Daguerre, Stonewall Jackson, Confederate States Of America, Southern Heritage, Civil War Photos

Daguerreotype Views of the World • r/Daguerreotypes

For daguerreotype photographs taken around the world mostly during the 1840's and 1850's.

Pancho Villa con Panfilo Natera, después de la Batalla de Ojinaga (1914), atrás el botín de armas que le arrebataron a los federales. Pancho Villa, Cristero War, Mexican Revolution, Mexican American, Toy Soldiers, Canvases, Old Pictures, Villas, Places

Pancho Villa con Panfilo Natera, después de la Batalla de Ojinaga (1914), atrás el botín de armas que le arrebataron a los federales.

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Image of a female soldier in the Mexican Revolution Mexican American, American History, British History, Women In History, World History, Asian History, Pancho Villa, Mexican Revolution, Mexican Heritage

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Essays on women in the mexican revolution Essays on Mexican Revolution. Discuss the Role and Participation of Women in the Mexican Revolution. The Mexican Revolution was the revolution of Mexican. Mexican American, Mexican Art, American History, Mexican Girls, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Mexico Pictures, Women In History

Fuck Yeah Brown People!

Our struggles may look different, but we're all in this together

A troop of the Cavalry, "Custer's Own" departs Ft. Bliss near El Paso into Mexico to join the punitive expedition to hunt down and to kill or capture Pancho Villa for supposed crimes against the US. Texas History, European History, Full History, Pancho Villa, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Mexican Revolution, Old Things, Texas Things

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A troop of the 7th Cavalry, "Custer's Own" departs Ft. Bliss near El Paso to travel 250 miles into Mexico, under Gen John J. Pershing's punitive expedition to hunt down and to kill or capture Pancho Villa for supposed crimes against the US. They never even caught a glimpse of Villa.