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New Mexico History: The Battle of Columbus

Last week was the 100th anniversary of the interception of the Zimmermann Telegram (1/19/1917), in which Germany encouraged Mexico to attack the United States to keep them from participating in WW1. 256 palabras más

Richard G. Park, Jr. Scrapbook

Back in October, we received a wonderful phone call from a woman in the NE offering us a scrapbook, belonging to her relative Richard G. Park, Jr. 115 palabras más

Special Collections

IPAF Festival SOÑANDO POR Tepoztlán. Tepoztlán, Morelos, Mexico. October 2016. M Dot.

Last year the IPAF Festival was called IPAF Festival SOÑANDO POR HOLBOX. The Festival is travelling to Tepoztlán, Morelos and the name has been changed to IPAF Festival SOÑANDO POR Tepoztlán 2016. 115 palabras más

Some Writing

"Head Games", the graphic novel: official preview

At long last, readers can discover an eight-page sample from Craig McDonald’s forthcoming graphic novel “Head Games”, adapted from his Edgar- and Anthony-shortlisted novel (written by Craig himself and illustrated by Kevin Singles). 35 palabras más


10/12/2016 – Pancho Villa’s Skull-Sangre Inmigrante (2016)

Pancho Villa’s Skull can be found in Mexico, Texas and on my MP3 player

First things first, Pancho Villa was a Mexican revolutionary leader. Actually he was one of the more famous, prominent and vilified figures of the Mexican Revolution. 505 palabras más


Central America Trip #107

Mary is no longer available for RV traveling, but we remain good friends.
Because we have 4,000+ postings, I’ve invited her to continue posting entries on this blog.
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Massachusetts National Guard (Lawrence, MA)

In response to the Mexican Revolution and the crisis on the Mexican Border caused by increased guerrilla incursions into United States territory in 1916, President Woodrow Wilson dispatched a Regular Army force into Mexico under Gen. 122 palabras más

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