Using Government Sites for Genealogy Research

On November 10, 2015, Posted by , In Digital Library/Collection,Public Records, tagged in ,, , With Comments Off on Using Government Sites for Genealogy Research

By Diana DeLugan Diana is the author of Arizona Genealogy Free Resources Sourcebook, and family historian of the Otero family. She curates Genealogy Headline News which reports top news and future events in the genealogy community.   Using Government Sites for Your Genealogy Research Many state and federal government sites provide access to genealogy resources….

National Archives of Mexico

On October 7, 2015, Posted by , In Public Records,Research Location,Video, tagged in ,,,,,,, , With Comments Off on National Archives of Mexico

Archivo General y Público de la Nación The Archivo General y Público de la Nación was originally the Archives of New Spain established in 1790 to preserve the memory of the new country known as Mexico. The public archive was renamed the Archivo General de la Nación (General National Archives) in…

Bibliografía Mexicana

On October 1, 2015, Posted by , In Public Records,Research Location, tagged in ,,, , With Comments Off on Bibliografía Mexicana

Bibliografía Mexicana Another research gem is the Bibliografía Mexicana provided as a collaboration of the Instituto de Investigaciones (Literature Research Institute), Bibliográficas Biblioteca Nacional de Mexico (National Library of Mexico), and Hemeroteca Nacional de Mexico (National Newspaper of Mexico). This collection detail reports that the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico…

Mexican Library Locator

On August 5, 2015, Posted by , In Public Records,Research Location, tagged in , With Comments Off on Mexican Library Locator

  We can all know that libraries are great resources for research in any field. This is true for the field of genealogy. Mexico maintains public libraries in every state. If your research is stuck, try and determine the location of where your ancestors may have lived. Consider calling or writing…