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….

Free Access to Fold3 Native American Records

On November 8, 2015, Posted by , In News & Events, tagged in ,,, , With Comments Off on Free Access to Fold3 Native American Records

By Diana DeLugan Many Mexican-Americans have Native American roots. In my family, oral history suggests that my maternal grandfather Leopoldo Sinohui was Yaqui Indian. If you have an interest in researching your family’s history, you should check out the free access to Fold3’s Native American Records. Fold3 Native American Collection…

US Invasion of Veracruz Research

On October 2, 2015, Posted by , In Research Location,War, tagged in ,, , With Comments Off on US Invasion of Veracruz Research

21 de Abril Gesta Heroica de Veracruz One exciting historical project to preserve Veracruz, Mexico history related to the US invasion and occupation of Veracruz is called “21 de Abril Gesta Heroica de Veracruz.” The site celebrates 100 years of state and maritime history and may be a resource for…