This six-part webinar series runs every-other-month and dives into some of the most critical records for researching Mexican ancestry, in colonial New Spain, independent Mexico, and the United States.
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If you have Mexican ancestors or relatives who immigrated to or temporarily lived and worked in the United States in the 20th century, U.S. border crossing records for arrivals from Mexico are an essential source for researching twentieth Mexican and Mexican-American individuals and families. This FREE downloadable article of mine will help you more thoroughly work with these invaluable records.
This Quick Tip focuses on the contemporary dual surname system formalized with the introduction of civil registration in each country following independence from Spain.
Watch My Presentation on U.S. Immigration Records for Mexican Genealogy with Legacy Family Tree Webinars
Did your Mexican ancestors immigrate to the United States in the 20th century? This period of history witnessed significant waves of Mexican immigration to the U.S., both permanent and temporary. The types of immigration records introduced or refined during this era, provide a wealth of information.
I am kicking off my new “Genealogy Quick Tips” video series. My first Quick Tips focuses on married women and surnames in the Spanish speaking world.