Children of the Revolucion, How the Mexican Revolution Changed America

by Lionel Sosa, Ed., et al

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Historical narrative by Neftali García, Ph.D. A quality book based on a 20-part documentary series for PBS television. Between 1920 and 1929, almost a million people left their country to escape the violence and unrest caused by the Mexican Revolution. In this book, the descendants of the original immigrants tell the story of life in Mexico, the chaos endured by their famliies, their treacherous trek to America and their settlement in a strange new country. San Antonio,TX 2012 privately printed 1st Ed.,Distributed by The Uiversity of Texas Press, 11 x 12, 167 Pgs., HB. Published at $ 39.95.

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