IMMIGRANTS: During the Mexican revolution nearly 1 million Mexicans fled to the United States to escape the violence. Many came to Los Angeles and joined the Mexicans who settled California when it was part of Mexico.
Old Picture of the Day: Bandits pictured seated in the middle. Zapata and his men were part of the 1910 Mexican Revolution against President Diaz. Zapata was in charge of the Army of the South, and Pancho Villa was responsible for the Army of the North.