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Soldaderas - Mexican women at war : Mexico History

Soldaderas - Mexican women at war : Mexico History | MexRevolution | Scoop.it
long before the first european set foot in what is now mexico, indigenous women not only followed their male fellow-tribesmen into battle but in many instances took up the arms of those killed or wound...
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The Mexican Revolution

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The Mexican Revolution (1910-1920) began with a contested election in 1910 and ended a decade later with hundreds of thousands dead, the country in tatters and the economy in ruins.
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Marianismo and Machismo

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Latin American culture is typically associated with idealized gender roles for women and men...
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Interesting Facts & Information: tourism, travel, culture, language, business, people. » Blog Archive » Mexican Family Traditions

How important is the family for the Mexicans? What are some of their traditions that keep them so closely knit with each other? Take a look as we observe the Mexican Family traditions to find out the answers to these questions.
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History of Blacks in Mexico - Afro-Mexican Influences - Mexico

History of Blacks in Mexico - Afro-Mexican Influences - Mexico | MexRevolution | Scoop.it
The history of blacks in Mexico and the lasting Afro-
Mexican influence.
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Mexican Revolution

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(1910–20), a long and bloody struggle among several factions in constantly shifting alliances which resulted ultimately in the end of the 30-year dictatorship in Mexico and the establishment of a constitutional republic.
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