In the photograph, Execution in Mexico, there are men surrounding a tree viewing a lynching. There are white onlookers, 2 Mexican men hanging from the tree, and another Mexican man who looks like he was either required to perform the execution, or just simply watch it. The Mexican man not being executed is carrying a shotgun and wearing weapons, and the white men have on cowboy hats and their outside clothes. This photograph leads me to believe that this form of execution was normal during this time period. Questions that come to mind when looking at this photo include what did the two men do to deserve being lynched? Did the Mexican onlooker perform or set up the lynching? What do the white men have to do with this?