Mines, Cattle, and Rebellion: The History of the Corralitos Ranch, with an Intimate Portrait of the Mexican Revolution

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C. E. Campbell
Green Street Publications, 2014 - 387 páginas
The 275 year history of the Corralitos Ranch in Chihuahua, Mexico. The 1.5 million acre ranch was the center of the last days of Bloody Mexican-Indian Wars, the center of the Mexican Revolution of 1911 and a thriving mining and cattle enterprise. Own and operated by American capitalists is sparked the furor that led to the post-revolution land reform.

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