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The Romney Family in Mexico(40 images)

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  • Jeff Romney looks through books with family photographs and the town history in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy. ..(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • A book "The Life Story of Miles P. Romney" shows a photographs of Miles and Elizabeth Romney, ancestors of Mitt Romney, at the Kent Family home in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy. ..(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • The land leading into Colonia Juarez is dry and difficult to harvest, but the mormons developed early irrigation that is still in use today. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy. ..(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • Kent Romney walks with his dog outside his home in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy. ..(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • A worker, who wished to remain unidentified, shovels hay onto a trailer for feed in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy. ..(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • Cattle drink water from the irrigation canals that were build by the mormons in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy. ..(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • An irrigation canal brings green to a desert area in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy. ..(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • Kent Romney is seen on his peach orchard in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy. ..(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • XXXXX in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy. (Dominic Bracco II / Prime For The Washington Post)..(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • The town school is seen in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. Students play American football and often travel to El Paso and Texas for games. ..United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy. ..(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • A young boy is seen walking near a mormon engineered suspension bridge that was rebuilt in the early 1900s after being washed away by a flood in Colonia Juarez, Mexico. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy. ..(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • Gunner Romney, 11, trains by running up a large hill in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy. ..(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • Gunner Romney, 11, walks down from the mormon temple down a large hill in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy...(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • Gunner Romney, 11, trains by running up a large hill in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy. ..(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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  • From left,  Gunner, 11, runs up a hill as his brother Cade, 9, takes a rest from training in Colonia Juarez, Mexico in July 2011. United States Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's family migrated to Mexico over 100 years ago after being granted asylum from Mexican President Porfirio Diaz after they had been pursued by the U.S. authorities for polygamy. ..(Romney is currently running for the Republican nomination.)
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