Mexican Refugees Flee to Texas
In January 1914, the town of Ojinaga in northern Mexico was the site of a battle between the forces of Pancho Villa and those loyal to Mexican president Victoriano Huerta. This photo depicts refugees from the fighting making the sixty-mile journey to Marfa, in Texas. Refugees such as these made up a large portion of early twentieth-century Mexican immigration to the southwestern United States.
Creator | Bain News Service
Item Type | Photograph
Cite This document | Bain News Service, “Mexican Refugees Flee to Texas,” SHEC: Resources for Teachers, accessed February 25, 2021, https://shec.ashp.cuny.edu/items/show/2541.