Do you research Mexican and/or Mexican-American genealogy? Are you an academic who teaches and researches Mexican and Chicano communities? Join me on Saturday, February 10, 2024 at 9:00 a.m. Central Time for a jam-packed virtual seminar hosted by the Wisconsin Historical Society (WHS).
I am thrilled to present for WHS on these topics that are still not heavily taught in the genealogy education community outside of the regions that have a long history of large U.S. populations of Mexican descent. I applaud WHS for dedicating an entire day to this topic.
About the Program
- Date: Saturday, February 10th
- Time: 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Central Time
- Who: Hosted by the Wisconsin Historical Society
- How: Virtual event via Zoom (Registration required: $40)
The seminar includes four presentations that build off each other to provide a robust education in key sources and methods for doing this type of research. There will be plenty of time for live Q&A too.
- Foundational Concepts & Reference Tools for Mexican Genealogy
- Working with Mexican Catholic Parish Registers
- Working with Mexican Civil Registrations
- Essential Immigration Records for Researching Your Mexican Ancestors
I hope to see you online on February 10th!
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