Title: [Armed American Company employees and Arizona Rangers guard
Company store during miners' strike, 1906, Cananea, Mexico] ]
Creator: Great Western View Co.
Part Of: Cananea, Mexico
Description: Armed deputized Company employees guarding the Company store during miners' strike at Cananea on June 3, 1906. This photograph is part of the Cananea, Mexico collection which includes 20 photographs of Cananea, Mexico located just across the Arizona border showing striking miners, armed men, demonstrations, the mine site, town views and American company employees. The workers' strike conflict is considered a key event in the general unrest that emerged during the final years of the regime of President Porfirio Diaz and that prefigured the Mexican Revolution of 1910.
Physical Description: 1 photographic print: gelatin silver, black and
white; 12.7 x 17.8 cm.
Form/Genre: Photographs; Photographic prints
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