Last week at the Texas State Genealogical Society’s 2015 Family History Conference, I taught two Hispanic-focused classes: one on Southwest archival research, and an introduction to Mexican genealogy. At the conference, leading up to the conference, and this past post-conference week, I have chatted with so many people–in-person, via email, on Facebook, and on Twitter–who are hungry to learn more about Hispanic genealogy. There just isn’t a lot of instruction out there for those of us studying this field.
So I am launching a new FREE email newsletter focusing on Hispanic genealogy, history, and traditions. Hispanic Heritage Happenings will go out
twice once a month, delivered to your email inbox on the 1st and the 15th. Each issue will include a compilation and summary of relevant blog posts, tutorials, tips, reviews, collections and records, publications, webinars, conferences, seminars, workshops, etc., that I have identified and personally selected for you.
UPDATE 3/18/16: Please note that I have made this publication a monthly newsletter, delivered the 1st of every month. Twice a month is too ambitious a goal while juggling a F/T career, family time, health issues, teaching gigs, volunteer gigs, and my own research.
Subscribe now to receive the inaugural issue, launching on November 15th!
Please tell your friends, family, and colleagues!
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