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US citizen from prominent family who fought for Pancho Villa before being executed by mexican forces

Thomas Fountain

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conflict lasted nearly a decade; Diaz, Carranza, Obregon, and Villa all participated in it

Mexican Revolution

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female agricultural workers who labored in place of the men during WW1

women's land army

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dictator overthrown by his own people

Porfirio Diaz

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1st hispanic to receive Distinguished Service Cross for bravery

Marcelino Serna

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manhunt involving nearly 10,000 soldiers, 1st organized military endeavor in which the US used motorized vehicles and airplanes

Punitive Expedition

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means people at home could eat what they made and soldiers got more food on the front lines

victory gardens

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means by which the US government used to raise revenue for the war. NM bought nearly twice as much than the government asked

Liberty Bonds

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message intercepted in 1917 revealing german plans of Mexican invasion of US= US entering the war

Zimmerman Telegram

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regarded as a hero, Mexican commander who ordered an attack on Columbus NM in the spring of 1916

Pancho Villa

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group of250 public speakers sent to spread updated news of the war

Five minute men

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WW1 training camp in Kansas that prepared many NMs, also WW1 training camp on the outskirts of NM campus

Camp funston

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navajo woman who survived the Spanish flu when it hit the Fort Defiance Indian school and dedicated her life to healthcare

Annie Dodge Wauneka

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Washington E Lindsa

NM's governor during WW1

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NM senator who who tried to protect his Mexican business interests by encouraging US to intervene against Pancho Villa

Albert b. Fall

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pre-printed postcards given to soldiers on the front lines that would allow them to send letters home w/o giving away info on war

Field cards

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SPX graduate and the 1st commander of the USS New Mexico, a Virginia-class nuclear submarine

Robert dain

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the promise P. Woodrow Wilson secured form Germany after the sinking of the Lusitania that ensured an end to attacks on American citizens and kept us out of the way

Sussex Pledge

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training camp for the 34th Sandstorm Division during WW1, located near Deming

Camp Cody

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US commander in charge of both the American Punitive Expedition and the American Expeditionary Force

Gen. John J. Pershing

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The formal resolution of the Mexican-American War that transferred political control of NM to the United States

Treaty of guadalupe Hidalgo

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NM’s resistment to US occupation comes to a head on February 3, 1947 when Col. Price’s troops reach Taos and back NMs & Native Americans into the Taos church, San Geronimo that has thick adobe walls. They make their last stand there when the US forces bring out cannons to breach the wall. Between 150 to 200 NMs were killed, & the rest surrendered

Taos Revolt

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a group of corrupt lawyers & politicians who controlled New Mexico politics during its territorial period

santa fe ring

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NM congressional delegate who jeopardized our bid at statehood during the 1870s with a poorly-considered public gesture

stephen b. elkins

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territorial governor appointed during the Mexican-American War & scalped in his home at the beginning of the Revolt of 1847

charles bent

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a famous late 19th century feud between two factions in southern NM, made Billy the Kid a household name, murders between businesses sparked by John Tunstall's death

Lincoln County War

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his death in 1909 cemented in many Americans’ minds the fact that the Indian Wars of the West were a thing of the past

geronimo

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infamous symbol of the violence, criminality, & lawlessness of the NM territory during the late 19th century

billy the kid bonney

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legendary explorer, trader, & military commander who was charged with carrying out the forced removal of the Navajo

kit carson

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the foremost opponent of New Mexico statehood in Congress during the first decade of the 20th century

albert bevridge