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Notation on front of image: "Villa"
Visible: Four men riding horses down a road--two of them carrying swords. The other two carrying rifles. Villa is written with the man carrying the flag---question whether this is "Pancho Villa". The man carrying the flag is Roque Gonzales Garza --not Pancho Villa. The soldier second from left on horseback is Raul Madero--with the four on horseback in the front. With the Mexican flag, colonel Roque González Garza progresses proud improvised during a parade to celebrate the victory of Ciudad Juárez (wrongly identified here appears as Villa). The escort at the front four horsemen led by the greater Raul Madero (second from left to right).

Uploaded on 03.13.2014 by El Paso Museum of History

Out of Area / Out of Area, (1910 - 1919), Revolution

  • Pancho Villa
  • Mexican Revolution
  • revolutionaries
  • Battle of Juarez

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Yes--this is a great photograph.

cool cowboys

Not cowboys ---but soldiers during the mexican revolution. Between 1910 - 1919.

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