Here are some pics of the remaining CAMERONE DAY pieces built by Chris The Model Maker...
First up is the abandoned and out of use DAM, built to distribute water brought from the nearby river via a small manmade canal for use irrigating surrounding farmland and as drinking water for horses and farm animals, before fighting grew endemic, chasing the landowners away and putting their farms and ranches out of business:
Next up are the still-occupied local INDIAN DWELLINGS:
And finally, the forsaken buildings of the Mexican village of "Camaron," abandoned like the nearby canal when fighting in the area grew too heavy for the local inhabitants to endure*:
*NOTE: This occured during the "War of the Reform" fought from 1857-1860, a Mexican civil conflict pitting Liberal and Conservative Mexican forces against each other. Though the main Conservative armies surrendered in 1860, many Conservative guerillas remained active in the field, and a few years later Conservative forces planned their alliance with Emperor Napoleon III, which helped trigger his Intervention and bring Maximillian Hapsburg of Austro-Hungary to Mexico, to be installed as the ill-fated Emperor Maximillian I.
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The reason there was so much fighting in the immediate vicinity of CAMARON was the MAIN ROAD around which the village had grown into existence, which connected Vera Cruz -- on the Atlantic Coast to the East -- with Puebla to the West.