This book, written for readers interested in a first approach to the very complex historical process known as the Mexican Revolution, focuses on the international dimension of this conflict. In particular, it tells the story of a Canadian woman who got deeply, and actively, interested in Mexico''s strife. Agnes Laut (Ontario, 1871 – New York, 1936) was a journalist, novelist, financial advisor, and a farmer who became closely involved with United States-Mexico relations during the Mexican Revolution (1910-1921). This research analyses Agnes Laut''s editorial work, travels, and publications about the Mexican situation. Furthermore, it explores her role as coordinator of US civic and religious associations aiming to relieve Mexico''s social troubles through humanitarian aide.