These records are critical for those of us with ancestors and collateral relatives who immigrated from Mexico during the early-to-mid 20th century, and particularly during the violent Mexican Revolution.
News, tips, and reviews of relevance and interest to genealogists.
Finding your ancestors’ Mexican border crossing records and getting the most out of the data captured in those records can sometimes be a challenge. This excellent FREE webinar is an invaluable source for maximizing your time working with these border crossing records.
Are you just starting to research your Hispanic ancestors? Do you want to learn about record collections or strategies to build your Hispanic family tree out further? Are you a genealogist or librarian who assists Hispanic researchers?
Do you have ancestors who lived in pre-statehood California? If so, there is a good chance you might find them in the Early California Population Project.
This book provides context; context to anyone whose Mexican ancestors came to the U.S. in the 20th or 21st centuries — whether documented or undocumented. If these eras apply to your family history, you will want to add this book to your personal library.
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