Photographs documenting conflicts in Northern Mexico, particularly of Yaqui people. Includes studio portraits as well as views
of villages, Yaqui dancers, soldiers and prisoners of war, deportations to Yucatan, hangings and other executions, groups
of children and adults, peace talks at Hermosillo, etc.
96 digital objects
1 box (3 albums, 96 photographic prints) : b&w ; 5 x 7 in.
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