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Abstract A protagonist of the 1910 Mexican revolution, General Maytorena (1867-1948) was governor of Sonora, a province of northern Mexico, and an ardent supporter of the short-lived presidency of Francisco Madero. Caught in the internecine conflict between the revolutionaries following Madero's overthrow and assassination, he fled to exile in Los Angeles. He provided an account of his role in Sonora and the revolution in Mi Gobieno en Sonora, one of the manuscripts found in his papers along with...
Dates: 1882-1946 1910-1940; Majority of material found within 1910 - 1940