Past Event

The Impact of the Mexican Revolution on the United States

A Road Scholar Program by Antonio Delgado

Join Antonio Delgado to examine and commemorate the centennial of the Mexican Revolution (1910). He will examine some of the major impacts that the Mexican Revolution had on the United States and discuss such issues as: Mexican immigration to the United States; the military invasion of Columbus, New Mexico by the troops of General “Pancho” Villa; and the Mexican Government expropriation of US oil company properties via the nationalization of Mexico’s oil reserves. This presentation includes historical photographs, period images, and recorded music. It is available in English, Spanish, or a bilingual language format.

This event is Free and Open to the public. For more information, please contact John Burns, 608.338.6980.