Revolution on the Railroads
How the Railroads Fueled the Mexican Revolution, 1910-1920
Based on Dr. H. Agredano's dissertation on the geographies of the Mexican Revolution, this exhibit tells the story of the railroads during the tumultuous years of the Mexican Revolution. First created to serve the interests of the ruling class, the vast railroads of northern Mexico eventually became a powerful tool for Mexican revolutionaries.
Student Designer: Desun Oka, California State University Sacramento Capital Campus Public History Program
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