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If your ancestor crossed the U.S. border from Mexico between 1895 and 1957, you may want to try searching for him or her in Border Crossing records. This class will give you a little background information about the records and their content. It will also show you how they can be used to identify your ancestor’s home town in Mexico. The class includes a case study and important search tips and techniques.
Found that first record for you grandmother in Mexico but you’re unsure about what to do next. In this class we will go step by step through a case study that will take you from the first ancestral record found through the next steps you should take to continue your research. Helpful tips and strategies will be presented along the way to guide you to what we hope will be a successful and rewarding experience.
This class demonstrates many online resources for researchers looking for ancestors from Mexico. These sites include places to help identify localities, search for immigrants, and search for ancestors in databases, archives, and other websites.
Hay muchos recursos en línea para los que tengan antepasados de México. En esta clase hablaremos de varios sitios incluyendo FamilySearch y Ancestry.mx y algunos otros que son menos conocidos. Todo el aprendizaje está designado para ayudarle a encontrar a sus antepasados mexicanos.