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Pancho Villa State Park Friends Group – Scroll down to see events

16th Annual Camp Furlong Day, March 9, 2019 Guest speaker schedule at the Rec Hall building at Pancho Villa State Park: 1:00 p.m. Glenn Minuth – “Pancho Villa Profile: Guerrilla or Robinhood?” Glenn has been an instructor for 30 plus years at Cochise College, AZ in both credit and non-credit programs and leads field trips and lectures in the areas of: geology, geography, earth science, astronomy, ecology, weather/climate, agriculture, and military history. 2:00 p.m. Christopher Lance Habermeyer – Author of the book “Gringos’ Curve,” Christopher will give a talk about the attack by Mexican revolutionaries on a train in Mexico transporting American miners...

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Village of Columbus saddles up for 2019 Cabalgata Binacional ride of goodwill

Xchelzin Peña, Deming Headlight Published 6:00 a.m. MT Feb. 15, 2019 COLUMBUS, N.M. – The Village of Columbus is getting ready to saddle up and set out for its 20th annual Cabalgata Binacional weekend event from Friday, March 8, to Sunday, March 10. The Bi-national Calvary recognizes Mexican revolutionary General Francisco “Pancho” Villa’s surprise attack against the Village of Columbus on March 9, 1916, where 18 U.S. citizens and over 100 Mexicans lost their lives. The event is also an opportunity to promote goodwill between Mexico and the United States. More: Cabalgata Binacional makes 14-day trek to Columbus New Mexico for raid remembrance "The Cabalgata...

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Listos jinetes para cabalgata Villista

El Diario de El Paso Más de 500 jinetes están listos para cumplir con su cita el próximo 9 de marzo en Columbus, Nuevo Mexico, en conmemoración de la Cabalgata Villista que galopa de nuevo rumbo a la frontera con Palomas, Chihuahua. El festejo rememora con un sentido de “hermandad binacional” los hechos ocurridos el 9 de marzo de 1916, cuando las fuerzas de Pancho Villa atacaron el poblado de Columbus, y que después dieron origen a la Expedición Punitiva que llevó al ejército estadunidense a territorio mexicano para capturar al Centauro del Norte. Aunque la expedición liderada por el legendario general John...

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