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The image shown here, by Manuel Moya, is an ink drawing done on a handkerchief known as a pano. Panos are graphic art works drawn on handkerchiefs by Chicano prisoners in California, Texas, and the Southwest. Titled, La Tierra Nueva en Aztl n, or The New Land in Aztl n, combines the images of the Aztec past with a Pancho Villa-like figure from the Mexican Revolution. National Museum of American History

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  • Arts > General
  • Social Studies > United States History

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All | Artifact, ink drawing

Language:

English

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