ANA LIVINGSTON PADDOCK: BOOKS: VOLUME I: Graciela & Hector Gallegos: Picture_6

{quote}The Pearson lumber mill and the railroad then running through the village offered jobs to the many who immigrated to the region in search of work.  La Redonda, the local terminal and rail turn around, serviced and repaired the train engines and cars that carried large quantities of timber and logs from the Sierra Madre.  The train also transported people and goods back-and-forth from Pearson (Mata Ortiz) to Chihuahua, El Paso and beyond.{quote}

"The Pearson lumber mill and the railroad then running through the village offered jobs to the many who immigrated to the region in search of work. La Redonda, the local terminal and rail turn around, serviced and repaired the train engines and cars that carried large quantities of timber and logs from the Sierra Madre. The train also transported people and goods back-and-forth from Pearson (Mata Ortiz) to Chihuahua, El Paso and beyond."