CALIFORNIA THE AGUA MANSA PIONEER CEMETERY California State Historical Landmark #121 2001 E. Agua Mansa Road Colton CA 92324. (909) 370-2091 We suggest contacting the main museum at 909-798-8608 to make sure this site is open on the day you would like to visit, as we may experience temporary closures due to high wind or other factors during the year. Directions Hours and Admission Fees: Tuesday through Saturday: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Closed on all County-observed holidays. Group tours by appointment. Admission fees are: $5 adult, $4 senior/military, $2.50 student/child, under 5 free.
The Huntington's Early California Population Project The Early California Population Project (ECPP) provides public access to all the information contained in California's historic mission registers, records that are of unique and vital importance to the study of California, the American Southwest, and colonial America. Within the baptism, marriage, and burial records of each of the California missions sits an extraordinary wealth of unique information on the Indians, soldiers, and settlers of Alta California from 1769 - 1850. The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens 1151 Oxford Road San Marino, CA 91108 626-405-2100 http://www.huntington.org/Information/ECPPmain.htm
RAMONA PARLOR #901 NATIVE SONS OF THE GOLDEN WEST The NSGW is a fraternal organization of native Californians who have dedicated themselves to preserving and promoting California history. 339 South Mission Drive San Gabriel, CA, United States 1-626-289-0034 http://www.ramonaparlor.org
NUEVA GALICIA GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY This group is for serious genealogists actively searching for lineages in the states of Jalisco,Zacatecas and Aguascalientes of Mexico. For information: http://www.nuevagalicia.net/ Contact: PO Box 13945 Sacramento CA 95813
SOCIETY OF HISPANIC HISTORICAL AND ANCESTRAL RESEARCH Monthly meetings: Orange Family History Center 674 S. Yorba St. Orange, CA, 92863 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Hands-on Computer Assistance for Genealogical Research. 10:00 a.m. to 10:15 a.m. Welcome and Introductions 10:15 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Speaker and/or Special Workshop
SOLDADOS Y CALIFORNIOS DE SO. CAL We are Southern Californian Living History re-enactors Soldiers and Civilian Californios from 1769 to 1850. We cover Spanish Colonial and Mexican Periods in Alta California. Our state is full of exciting history and our group of re-enactors are dedicated to learning and teaching that history. http://soldadosycalifornios.webs.com
SOMOS PRIMOS Welcome to Somos Primos™, a publication dedicated to past and present articles, events and information concerning Hispanic heritage issues. Somos Primos is an all volunteer effort. There is no paid staff and there is no cost for accessing issues. http://www.somosprimos.com
Olibama Lopez Tushar Hispanic Legacy Research Center OLTHLRC promotes an interest in and the study of lives, times, cultures, traditions, ancestries, and histories of the peoples who emigrated to New Spain and New Mexico, many of whom still have descendants in New Mexico, Colorado, California, Texas, Arizona, and Northern Mexico. OLTHLRC PO Box 140978 Denver, CO 80214 email@example.com http://hispaniclegacy.org
HISPANIC GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH CENTER OF NEW MEXICO (HGRC) P.O. Box 27250 Albuquerque, NM 87125 Phone: 505-833-4197; (Out of town) 855-833-4197 email: firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.hgrc-nm.org
NATIONAL HISPANIC CULTURAL CENTER The National Hispanic Cultural Center offers a variety of programs and activities throughout the year including dance, theatre and music events, art exhibits, artist talks, book readings and signings, lectures, family art making events, family food nights, free films, outdoor festivals and more!
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO DIGITAL REPOSITORY New Mexico roots ltd : a demographic perspective from genealogical, historical and geographic data found in the diligencias matrimoniales or pre-nuptial investigations (1678-1869) of the Archives of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe : multiple data extracted and here edited in a uniform presentation by years and family surnames http://repository.unm.edu/handle/1928/14546
TEXAS CANARY ISLAND DESCENDANTS ASSOCIATION(CIDA-SA) Established in 1977 to honor our ancestor’s courage and determination to establish the first municipal government in the Presidio San Antonio de Bejar (Plaza de Armas) where sixteen families of the Canary Islands arrived on the site of the presidio, carrying a royal decree of the King of Spain to establish the first community of Spanish civilians in the area. Departing on March 27, 1730 on a journey that would take them from Santa Cruz, Tenerife, to Havana Cuba and finally landing in Vera Cruz, Mexico and ultimately making the long journey to the Villa de San Fernando on March 9, 1731. CIDA 8235 Agora Parkway Suite 111, #594 Selma, TX 78154 www.cida-sa.org email@example.com
EAST TEXAS HISPANIC GENEALOGY SOCIETY 2005 Thonig Rd. Houston, Tx 77055
The East Texas Hispanic Genealogy Society is a group dedicated to finding and sharing information on the families descended from the early settlers and native Americans in Texas, especially in the area of Nacogdoches,Tx. The development of the area around Nacogdoches and especially the influence of the Hispanic culture and families in the area is little know and less understood by the vast majority of Texans. The historical significance of the Spanish settlements in Texas in general and especially those along El Camino Real (The Kings Highway) that linked the French fortress at Los Adaes in present day Louisiana to Nacogdoches and to the Spanish settlement in San Antonio is little known but very important in Texas history. http://ethgs.org firstname.lastname@example.org
LOS BEXARENOS GENEALOGICAL AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY P.O. Box 1935 San Antonio, TX 78297 www.losbexarenos.org
LOS PORCIONES GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY P.O. Box 392 Edinburg, TX 78540
Los Porciones is an organization of genealogy enthusiasts that promotes the long history of Spanish Mexican Texas citizens. The name, Las Porciones, refers to the first Spanish Mexican settlers that came to South Texas and were awarded their land in a “Porcion” or portion or access to the Rio Grande.
RIO GRANDE VALLEY HISPANIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY A group of friends doing genealogical research at the Family History Center discussed how they believed that if they dug enough, they would find that most Hispanics in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas were related. www.rgvhispanicgenealogicalsociety.com
Meetings: 1st Sunday of the month at Alarcon Elementary School Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1090 San Elizario, Texas 79849 Physical Address: 1521 San Elizario Rd. San Elizario, Texas Phone#: 915-851-1682 Fax#: 915-851-0045 Email: email@example.com
SPANISH AMERICAN GENEALOGICAL ASSOCIATION The Spanish American Genealogical Association was founded April 1987 as a non-profit organization. SAGA's focus is on genealogical data of the earliest Spanish and Mexican settlers of the present South Texas triangle (from Brownsville to Corpus Christi to Laredo) below the Nueces River.
TEJANO GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY OF AUSTIN TGSA was started a few years ago with the intent to promote Tejano Genealogy research. It is “our” link with our past and the education of our future. www.freewebs.com/nosotroslostejanos If you are researching your Hispanic roots in Texas, check out this group on Facebook
TEXAS TEJANO Educating, elevating, and celebrating the true lives and legacies of Tejanos. www.texastejano.com
VICTORIA HISPANIC GENEALOGICAL AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF TEXAS Gloria Candelaria was the founder and first President of the Victoria (Texas) Hispanic Genealogical and Historical Society of Texas, or VH-GHoST, organized in the summer of 1998. The purpose of the Society shall be to create and maintain an organization for the promotion of research and collection of genealogical and historical data of the earliest Spanish and Mexican pioneer families of Victoria, Texas and surrounding areas. www.vhghost.com
VILLA DE SAN AGUSTIN - LAREDO GENEALOGY SOCIETY Villa San Agustin de Laredo Genealogical Society was founded in 1996 for the purpose of promoting genealogical research into the origins of the Mexican American and Hispanic population of Laredo, Webb County, and in the surrounding area. www.vsalgs.org
GUADALAJARA DISPENSAS Lists of names extracted from the Matrimonial Dispensations in the archives of the Catholic Diocese of Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico http://www.guadalajaradispensas.com
HISPANIC GENEALOGY Blog by Lynn Turner who graduated from BYU in Family History and Genealogy in 2004. Areas of expertise include Spain and Latin American. Hw currently works for FamilySearch as a Record Specialist.
LONGORIA ALCALA FAMILY This site is devoted to our family genealogy and family history. Many of us with deep family roots in South Texas have found that we are part of a very large extended family; you may find some of your own ancestors here.
MEXICO GENWEB PROJECT The Mexico GenWeb Project is a part of its parent World GenWeb Project. This site is possible because of a network of volunteers working to provide you with genealogical and historical content for the country of Mexico and each of its states for free.
ROOTSPOINT: FONDO COLONIAL The Fondo Colonial collection of the Archivo Históricos Municipal de Hidalgo del Parral (Parral Archive), spans a period between 1611 and 1821 and contains the civil colonial records of the Province of Nueva Viscaya, which today consists of the states of Chihuahua, Durango, Sonora, Sinaloa and part of Coahuila. Hidalgo del Parral was the unofficial capital for Nueva Viscaya for over 100 years, from the 1632s to the 1738s, and has the largest collection of Spanish colonial documents in northern Mexico. http://www.rootspoint.com/fondo-colonial/
SANTA FE TRAIL ASSOCIATION The Santa Fe Trail Association is composed of people of all ages and walks of life who are bound together by an interest in the fascinating saga of the Trail, and an interest in preserving its many physical traces and landmarks that still exist upon the face of the American West. While many of them live in the immediate vicinity of the Trail, the SFTA is proud to claim members from all over the United States. In 1821, the Santa Fe Trail became America's first great international commercial highway, and for nearly sixty years thereafter was one of the nation's great routes of adventure and western expansion. Mindful of this, the Santa Fe Trail Association (SFTA), a non-profit association with a 501 (c)(3) status, was created in 1986 to help protect and preserve it. The U.S. Congress likewise recognized the significance of the Trail to American history by proclaiming it a National Historic Trail in 1987. www.santafetrail.org
THE VILLARREAL HOME PAGE This page is for all who share this surname and our proud heritage. http://www.villadan.com
MEXICO ARCHIVO GENERAL DE LA NACION MEXICO
En el Gobierno de la República hemos adoptado un enfoque proactivo en materia de transparencia y apertura gubernamental. En esta sección ponemos a tu disposición información que contribuye a una gestión pública abierta y que rinde cuentas.
Información de Contacto: Eduardo Molina (entrada por Héroe de Nacozari) 113, Col. Penitenciaría, Ciudad de México. C.P. 15280 Teléfono: 5133 9900 Atención a la ciudadanía: Ext. 19326 Archivo General de la Nación firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.gob.mx/agn Archivo Histórico de Baja California Sur A fines de los años sesenta, historiadores, estudiosos de la historia y ciudadanos preocupados, impulsaron el rescate de nuestro acervo documental con el propósito de crear el Archivo Histórico Sudcaliforniano, ideal que vieron cristalizar el 9 de mayo de 1969. Vaya un reconocimiento para ellos y lo mismo valga para quienes cotidianamente dedican parte de su vida a la conservación y ordenamiento del valioso acervo histórico calisureño. Directora:mM. en C. Elizabeth Acosta Mendía Dirección: Navarro e/ Altamirano y Héroes de la Independencia Unidad Cultural Profesor Jesús Castro Agúndez C.P. 023060 - Zona Centro Teléfono: 01 (612) 125 02 94 La Paz Baja California Sur
SPAIN Portal de Archivo Españoles Dirección: Plaza del Rey, 1 28004 Madrid Teléfono: 91 701 62 01 Fax: 91 701 74 03 y 91 701 71 32 http://pares.mcu.es
Archivo General de Indias Documents and maps about the Indies, Spain’s mighty empire from the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries, providing the most complete and documented historical view (if not the most objective) of the Spanish administration of the New World. Edificio de La LonjaAvenida de la Constitución 3, 41071 Sevilla. Tel 954 500 528 Edificio de La Cilla, Calle Santo Tomas, 41071 Seville. http://www.andalucia.com/cities/seville/archivo-de-indias.htm