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Mexican Revolution: Home

Getting Started

So you're studying the Mexican Revolution, and you aren't quite sure where to start. That's cool! We've got you covered here.

We'll cover some research basics (like using the databases) with Researching the Revolution.

Documenting the Revolution covers some of the databases, newspapers, and virtual archives where you'll find information on the Mexican Revolution.

Revolution in Books covers hunting through the book catalog, with some selected subject headings and a few books of note.

And did you know that we have a lot of photography from the Mexican Revolution? Head over to Revolutionary Images for photographs, films, documentaries, and more! 


Want to review primary sources--what they are, and how to use them (and find them!)--before you hit the ground running? Take a look at Finding Primary Sources, our guide to understanding, tracking down, and utilizing primary sources in history!

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