Well that was the case for the majority of the Mexican families living during the Mexican revolution.
Through a series of wars, leaders, and policies, which proved causation politically, socially, and economically to the Mexican Revolution. The most important of these events can only be summarized in capsule form here.
The Mexican Revolution, 2 vols. These methods of transportation consisted of contractors seeking unskilled workers willing to partake in hard labor in steel, railroad, or agriculture companies Kreneck starts describing the Tijerina family journey from their hometown of General Escobedo, Mexico to Houston, Texas.
The people of Mexico were getting tired of the dictator rule of President Porfino Diaz. Recognising the need for political stability and foreign investment, Diaz began a programme to first quell unrest in the countryside Tuck Thousands of miles of railroads were built across Mexico, allowing the rapid transport of goods for export.