Visiting the historical marker for the very first time was emotional. After working on this project for over 18 years, it is a bitter sweet moment to see the finished product. The most important words on this historical marker are the names of the fifteen men and boys that were murdered that night in 1918. Many have written to me asking if their ancestors are on the marker because they haven't been able to see it. So here is the image for those who have not had the privilege of seeing the marker for yourself.
Ysrael and Arlinda Valencia on the left and Elida and Jose Tobar on the right. They visited the historical marker on Monday, July 29, 2019 for the first time.