Francisco “Pancho” Villa was a prickly character with pistol, knife, or rifle. In 1916 he led an attack on Columbus, New Mexico, and eluded American authorities for nine months while they chased his men across the Chihuahuan Desert. Used to keep the outlaw warm on cold desert nights, his grey cotton shirt is worn under this horse blanket poncho.
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