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Front page April 27, 1914: U.S. fights off Mexican strike at Veracruz

Among the news on the front page of The Buffalo Evening News on April 27, 1914:

  • Four regiments' worth of U.S. troops arrive at Veracruz, where they "repulse invaders."
  • Ten people are killed in a skirmish near Laredo, Texas; "federals" and rebels join the Mexican fight against the U.S.
  • The president asks magnate John D. Rockefeller Jr. to put an end to the strike at the mine he owns.
  • The City of Buffalo's population grew by 30,397 people in four years.

April 27 1914

 

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