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Mexican migrant workers sprayed with ddt at the border to Texas' 1953

The Bath Riots: Indignity Along the Mexican Border Contract Mexican laborers being fumigated with the pesticide DDT.

Chicano Student WALKOUTS- March 6th-9th, 1968

"Education Not Eradication" - Chicano high school walkouts, March Photo credit: Chicano Student News, courtesy California Library for Social Studies and Research — in Los Angeles, California.

Most of these were published in a book by Arthur C Clarke, real mysteries still unsolved.

5 Creepy Unsolved Mysteries You’ve Likely Never Heard About

Pancho Villa and Madero y Rodolfo Fierro

Photo shows General Francisco "Pancho" Villa with Raul Madero (d. brother of Francisco Ignacio Madero during the Mexican Revolution Francisco Madero was president of Mexico and a distant relative of mine - my grandfather's cousin I think.

Playboys, Mexico City, ca. 1935.

Agustín Víctor Casasola was a Mexican photographer and partial founder of the Mexican Association of Press Photographers. Born in Mexico City, Casasola apprenticed as a typesetter and later became a reporter for El Imparicial, which

A Mexican-American migrant girl works in a tomato field in Indiana in 1968.

A Mexican-American migrant girl works in a tomato field in Indiana in My how times have changed. It used to be Americans.

Unknown II. Portraits of Ex-Slaves 1930's

The last faces of American slavery: Stunning pictures of men and women who were born into slavery and photographed more than 70 years after being freed.

Linda Ronstadt, a proud Mexican-American. I am honored to have heard her perform. She is an amazing singer but more so when singing mariachi.

Linda Ronstadt, a proud Mexican-American. I am honored to have heard her perform. She is an amazing singer but more so when singing mariachi.

For the girls' 'Important Women in History' wall in their bedroom. Famous

For the girls' 'Important Women in History' wall in their bedroom. Famous Women in History, Science and Medicine

Josefa Segovia also more commonly known as "Juanita", was a Mexican-American woman who was lynched in Downieville, California on July 5, 1851. She was assaulted by a man named Frederick Cannon, and she defended herself which lead to his death. She is known to be the first and only woman to be lynched in California.

Josefa Segovia also more commonly known as "Juanita", was a Mexican-American woman who was lynched in Downieville, California on July She was assaulted by a man named Frederick Cannon, and she defended herself which led to his death.

Women and History Repin & Like. Listen to Noelito Flow music. Thank You…

"History" as it's written "gives women a totally wrong impression of their relationship to the work of the world" Gerda Lerner Women and History (excerpt) -- A Thinking Allowed DVD w/ Jeffrey Mishlove

Black Mexicans. Pinterest @sweetness

Moors ( blacks) in Mexico Interesting article about a population and their history

Mexican migrant children. In the 1940's, they lived in communities sponsored by the government as they moved from place to place.

This 1941 Robert Hemmig image depicts children posing under a sign that says & Department of Agriculture Farm Security Administration Farm Workers Community.& This image was taken in El Rio, California at the FSA cacmp for Mexican fruit pickers.

THE HISTORY OF BLACK SLAVERY IN NEW YORK CITY: THE MOVIE PT 1 - YouTube

THE HISTORY OF BLACK SLAVERY IN NEW YORK CITY: THE MOVIE PT 1 - YouTube

A hospital ward in a convalescent camp in Alexandria, Virginia, pictured in the 1860s. In crowded camp conditions, infectious diseases spread rampantly and took more lives than battlefield injuries

Hooks, handsaws and forceps: The grisly photos that show how soldiers gritted their teeth for surgery in the American Civil War

Mexican American migrant farm workers

Mexican American migrant farm workers harvesting asparagus, c Walter F.

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