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Emiliano Zapata, Eufemio Zapato, and their wives

Familia Zapata Cuernavaca 1914

Emiliano y Eufemio Zapata Salazar (© Hugo Brehme)

El Kronoscopio: 6 de diciembre de 1914 - Las tropas de Pancho Villa y de Emiliano Zapata ocupan el Palacio Nacional en la Ciudad de México

What were the causes and outcome of the Mexican Revolution?: Francisco Villa and Emiliano Zapata during the Mexican Revolution

Las Adelitas -Part of a  Mexican Revolution photo exhibit at Los Angeles Central Library (ends June 3, 2012)

Las Adelitas (women soldiers) Part of a Mexican Revolution photo exhibit at Los Angeles Central Library (ended June

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Photos by Romualdo Garcia c. 1900s-1910s

Guanajuato Photographer Romualdo Garcia via Raisa Eunice

Emiliano Zapata Emiliano Zapata joined the American George Carothers, Amador Salazar, Benjamin and Manuel Palafox Argumedo.

Emiliano Zapata Emiliano Zapata joined the American George Carothers, Amador Salazar, Benjamin and Manuel Palafox Argumedo.

Adelita - The women fighting in the revolutionary troops during the Mexican Revolution (1910-1920) were generally dubbed “Adelita”, a pet name for Adela. It is now known whether an “original” Adelita...

Adelita - The women fighting in the revolutionary troops during the Mexican Revolution were generally dubbed “Adelita”, a pet name for Adela. It is now known whether an “original” Adelita.

Emiliano Zapata & Pancho Villa

Emiliano Zapata, his brother and their wives.

Went to a zapatista caracol in Mexico, one of the most meaningful and defining experiences

Twenty years after their 1994 uprising, the Zapatistas’ project of autonomy and horizontality has come to define a continent-wide cycle of struggles.

Niño Revolucionario. ca 1914. A visual argument for peace, negotiation, and compromise before war.

child in the Mexican Revolution

Peregrinos descansando en la Escalinata hacia el Cerro del Tepeyac, La Villa de Guadalupe, México, D.F. Año 1908

Peregrinos descansando en la Escalinata hacia el Cerro del Tepeyac, La Villa de Guadalupe, México, D.F. Año 1908

Valentina Ramirez was the most famous of the "Adelitas" the women who took arms in the Mexican Revolution

Valentina Ramirez was the most famous of the "Adelitas" (women who took arms in the Mexican Revolution), Mexico

Soldaderas

An Adelita was a soldadera, or woman soldier.The term La Adelita has since come to signify a woman of strength and courage.

Seated, from left to right, Pancho Villa, Eulalio Gutíerrez, Emiliano Zapata and Felícitas Villareal. Gutierrez, was elected Provisional President of Mexico in 1914.

Seated, from left to right, Pancho Villa, Eulalio Gutíerrez, Emiliano Zapata and…

Adelitas: Mexican women who actively participated during the Mexican Revolution. This photo shows the famous Adelitas, faithful to their fathers, husbands and brothers who went into battle and who fought side by side to defend their country.

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