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Genealogy Links
All of the links below can help you with your research. Our emphasis is on non-profit organizations with useful information that you can access directly and free of charge.

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New Mexico atlas and map, digitzed.
An online atlas of Historic New Mexico maps. By the New Mexico Humanities Council.
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New Mexico Churches - Professionally photographed Adobe churches in New Mexico by John Benigno. If you use the photos in your family history, please add: Copyright, John A. Benigno.

The set includes Old Presbyterian Church in Holman, New Mexico: "Originally, I thought this was San Isidro, the old Catholic Church in Holman. However, further research proved it to be the Agua Negra Presbyterian Church, no longer in use."

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A special feature of NMGS Links:

"Orphaned" Records: Vital Information Found in Unexpected Places Sometimes you'll come across a record that would be valuable to genealogists, but it is in a very unusual place, as a marriage among death records or land transfers. We give you a "heads up" by listing them as they are reported to us. To contribute to the list, contact us at webmaster@nmgs.org.

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Newspaper Obituaries - ObituariesHelp.org - Free online access to newspaper obituaries by state. Provides obituary resources like old newspaper obituaries archives, and downloadable genealogy forms. New Mexico obits are still light, but the project has promise.

A good online resource for printable family tree charts, tips and templates for creating a family tree, and examples for writing condolence letters.

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The Office of the State Historian
Heritage Preservation is about working to save the tangible and intangible cultural production that embodies our collective histories: documents, architecture, communities and oral histories. The Office of the State Historian collaborates with archives, conservators, museums, communities, and concerned individuals across the state and nation who care about preserving our shared and individual pasts. OSH supports efforts to preserve the multi-layered histories of New Mexicans, the built environment, intercultural experiences, memories, and in accord with the agency's mission, the written record. The State Historian is a statutory member of the Cultural Properties Review Committee, the policy-making committee that oversees the Historic Preservation Division of the Cultural Affairs Department.

New Mexico's Digital Collections
   View by Repository
    Palace of the Governors
Fray Angelico Chavez History Library
   Palace of the Governors Photo Library
   Statewide Projects (New Mexico Newspapers, New Mexico Waters)
Silver City Museum - Photograph collection includes about 15,000 photos.
   University of New Mexico (incl. Center for Southest Research and Special Collections)

This web address includes photo collections, land transfers, and pages where you can read about many many events that have taken place in New Mexico history.  Just keep clicking on "Next" at the top.  Very interesting.
. . . Armando Sandoval

NMGS New Mexico Links -- Maps & Resources
KIVA, CROSS, and Crown, The Pecos Indians and New Mexico 1540-1840, By John L. Kessell
This entire book has been placed online by the National Park Service, Dept. of the Interior, Washington, D.C. 1979, and subsequently republished by the Western National Parks Association. 
US Navy and Coast Guard casualty lists for World War I. Complete lists, arranged both alphabetically and chronologically by ship.
NM World War II Casualties, Army and Air Force. Includes cause of death such as KIA, died of wounds.
Viet Nam Memorial War. List - town - name - service, and rank.
new link Ancestry.com New MNexico Miners Message Board
 

Census Finder, New Mexico by county and, within that list, by name. Also many other free lists, including those below. Specific details about a subject may be fee-based.
1540 Coronado Expedition Muster Roll
1598-1608 Onate Expedition Muster Roll
1600 New Mexico Settlers List
1880 Federal Census of Norwegians
1880 Federal Census - Search and View the images
1880 Federal Census Search at Family Search
New Mexico State Databases of Census & Genealogy Records

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NMGS History Sites
NMGS African American History and Genealogy
NMGS Ecclesiastical Sources for Slave Societies 
          Sacramental Records Digitalized in Cuba, 2004-2005 
NMGS [Native] American Indians - History and Genealogy
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The Basque Culture

  History   
Surnames
  
Basque-English dictionary
Basque music
Basque Club of New Mexico

News from the Basque country in English
    
   
NMGS State, National and Ethnic Genealogical & Historical Societies
NMGS Useful Information  More useful sites -- more research possibilities.

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