Mexican Revolution, Mexico, 1910-1920
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Alexandro Gomez Oral History, 1987
Alexandro Gomez was born in 22 April 1909 in Cuidad Mier, Tamaulipas, Mexico. He tells of flooding in northeastern Mexico, growing up on a ranch in Mexico, education, about his family, Carrancistas, and how they lived through the Mexican Revolution.
Interview conducted in 1987 by Linda Pena. Digital transfer completed on 19 November 2013 from the original analog cassette tape.
Carranza troop train (Montclova, Mexico)
Photographs of railroads, homes, vehicles, people, including troops and nurses. Some photos have been etched with captions, including base hospital at Brownsville, Carranza Army, etc.
Cheryl Shepherd's Ten Tragic Days Collection
The collection consists of photographs pertaining to the Ten Tragic Days (La Decena Trágica) of the Mexican Revolution collected by the grandfather of Cheryl Hollis Shepherd while living in Mexico City.
Guadalupe Liscano de Gil
Guadalupe Liscano de Gil Oral History, 1987
Guadalupe Liscano de Gil was born in 1916 in Montemorelos, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. She talks about: Mexican Revolution, the carranzistas, famine of 1916, working in the fields, witchcraft, la llorona, folklore, railroads, freeze of 1925, early life, brickmaking, Griffin and Brand fire, and marriage.
Interview conducted in 1987 by Rolando Gil. Digital transfer completed on 15 November 2013 from the original analog cassette tape.
Juan Gomez Oral History, 1987
Juan Gomez was born in 1900 in San Luis Potosi, Mexico. He talks about the Mexican Revolution and living in Texas.
Interview conducted in 1986 by Norma Gomez. Digital transfer completed on 19 November 2013 from the analog cassette tape.