Pictures about Mexico in the 1920s

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Pictures about Mexico in the
1920s
Grade 5, Module 1: Unit 2, Lesson 1
Mexico: Government and
Revolution
pictures
Portrait of Porfirio Diaz
Mexico during the Carranza revolution
against Huerta’s government
El Presidents Álvaro Obregón
“Rebel Soldiers, Chihuahua, Mexico”,
1910-1920s
Diego Rivera, The Uprising
A 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 North
pictures
United States Army soldiers and Mexican soldiers guarding the international
border (International Street) at Nogales, Arizona and Nogales, Sonora during
the Mexican Revolution (1910-1920)
U.S. troops guarding the United
States/Mexico border in Naco, Arizona
• US and Mexico State
Line (1915)
Mexico: Rich versus Poor
pictures
Newsboys sleep in the street, Mexico
City 1923
Working family in Mexico, 1913
From the Robert Runyon Photograph Collection [image number 00048],
courtesy of The Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.
Diego Rivera, Sugar Plantation
• Mural depicting land
owner and workers
(1920s Mexico)
Diego Rivera, The Exploiters
Depicts 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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