1/20 Buffalo Soldiers Of The 10th Calvary - Mexican Revolution
2/20 Headquarters of F. I. Madero (Casa Adobe)
3/20 Barricade on Commercial Street, Juarez
4/20 Pancho Villa with Rebels
5/20 Mexican Revolution
6/20 Mexican Revolution
7/20 Mexican Revolution
8/20 Soldiers During The Mexican Revolution
9/20 Pancho Villa in 1911
10/20 Santa Fe Bridge 1911 - El Paso, Texas
11/20 Pancho Villa
12/20 Toltec Club in 1910s
13/20 Federals Presenting Dead Rebels
14/20 Portrait of Porfirio Diaz
15/20 Merrick Building 1910s - El Paso, Texas
16/20 Soldiers after Raid
17/20 Battle of Ciudad Juárez - 1911
18/20 The 24th Returning From Mexico
19/20 Buffalo Soldiers - 10th Cavalry
20/20 Revolutionary Camp
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