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|S. Beth Atkin, Voices from the Fields: Children of Migrant Farmworkers Tell Their Stories (New York: Little, Brown, 2000), ISBN-13: 978-0316-056205, ISBN-10: 0316056200.
Scenes from movie The Grapes of Wrath, based on the book by John Steinbeck
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Mexico: Government and Revolution Links
* General links via Library of Congress: www.loc.gov/pictures/search/?q=Mexico%20revolution&st=gallery
* Portrait of Porfirio Díaz: www.loc.gov/pictures/resource/cph.3a23261/
* Images of Mexico during the Carranza revolution against Huerta’s government (LOT 9563-16) http://www.loc.gov/pictures/search/?q=LOT%209563-16&fi=number&op=PHRASE&va=exact&co!=coll&sg=true&st=gallery
* El Presidente Álvaro Obregón: http://academics.utep.edu/Portals/1719/Publications/MexicanRevolutionTimeline.pdf
* “Rebel Soldiers, Chihuahua, Mexico,” 1910–1920s: http://www.loc.gov/pictures/resource/cph.3b47430/
* Diego Rivera, The Uprising (El levantamiento, 1931)—mural depicting historical class struggles in Mexico: http://www.1fmediaproject.net/2011/11/13/diego-rivera-murals-for-the-museum-of-modern-art-reunites-for-the-first-time-murals-the-artist-made-for-his-1931-moma-exhibition/
Mexico: Neighbor to the North Links
* General images from Library of Congress: www.loc.gov/pictures/search/?q=Mexico%201846
* U.S. Army soldiers and Mexican soldiers guarding the international border (International Street) at Nogales, Arizona, and Nogales, Sonora, during the Mexican Revolution (1910–1920): http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/c/c3/Nogales_Arizona_1910-1920.jpg
* U.S. and Mexico state line (1915) Getty Research Library: http://archives.getty.edu:30008/getty_images/digitalresources/mexico/jpegs/mex202.jpg
Mexico: Rich versus Poor
* Picture of working family in Mexico, 1913: http://runyon.lib.utexas.edu/r/RUN00000/RUN00000/RUN00048.JPG [Use with credit line] From the Robert Runyon Photograph Collection [image number 00048], courtesy of the Center for American History, the University of Texas at Austin.
* Diego Rivera, Sugar Plantation (Plantacíon de cañas de azúcar, 1931)—mural depicting landowner and workers (1920s Mexico): http://artfullyredone.com/diego-rivera/19986-sugar-plantationtealtenangomorelos1930-1931.html
* Diego Rivera, The Exploiters (Los explotadores, 1926)—depicts unequal relationship between Mexican field workers and wealthy landowners: http://www.diego-rivera-foundation.org/The-Exploiters-1926-large.html
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