This six-part webinar series runs every-other-month and dives into some of the most critical records for researching Mexican ancestry, in both Spanish colonial New Spain and the independent country of Mexico.
After a long hiatus that turned permanent, my Hispanic genealogy and history-focused email newsletter (2015-2020) has found a new home on Facebook.
This past Thursday, November 4th, I appeared on Genealogy Quick Start, a genealogy education web show produced by Shamele Jordan. My Quick Start session focuses on dissecting a U.S. obituary to tell an immigrant story.
I took on far more 2020 and 2021 genealogy teaching gigs than initially planned due to the increase in virtual events during the pandemic. Now it’s time to slow things down a bit and get back to my writing, including this blog.
Do you have Mexican and Mexican-American ancestors? Did you marry into a Mexican family? Are you a librarian who serves patrons of Mexican descent? Join me online next month at the TxSGS Family History Conference for two new lectures focusing on Mexican genealogy!
Did your ancestors live on a rural Mexican rancho? If so, you will want to subscribe to this fabulous YouTube channel. Even those who are not of Mexican descent, but who are just into authentic cooking, culinary history, or experiencing new cultures will want to follow this channel.