Online Articles of New Mexico Resources
Genealogical Resources in New Mexico
by Karen Stein Daniel, C.GSM
Item #E5, 2007, 124 pages.
Non-members $15.00, NMGS Members $7.50
This is a revised edition to the well-thumbed earlier issues of Genealogical
Resources in New Mexico, initially by Dr. Robert E. Esterly, and the 2nd and
3rd editions by Certified Genealogist Karen S. Daniel. Due to the great interest
that genealogy has generated in the ensuing years, this new publication contains
updated websites and repositiories.
The state of New Mexico offers an unparalleled abundance of resource material
covering its long and interesting history and ethnic diversity. Resources in genealogy
have developed at such a fast pace both within the state and nationally, it has
become imperative to provide researchers with this updated and revised publication.
The Genealogical Proof Standard (GPS)
A five step process for verification of evidence, established to guide serious
researchers in writing and assembling a family history. This
chapter is online
Dates in New Mexico History.
Genealogical milestones in New Mexico history.
• Churches and their Records (more than nine denominations within NM)
• County Information
• Funeral Homes and Mortuary Records
• Libraries and Archive Information
• Academic Libraries
• Family History Centers
• Public Libraries and Archives
• Vital Record Information
(This chapter is online. Click
to read it.)
• Census Records and Census Substitutes
• Land Records
• Locating Catholic Church Records (an online resource)
• Map, Atlas, and Other Geographic Resources
• Military and War Era Records
• Native American Sources
• Online Archive of New Mexico (OANM) and Other Manuscript Collections
• School, Orphanage, Adoption and Hospital Records
• Genealogical, Historical, and Lineage Societies
• Fraternal and Ethnic Organizations
A Selected and Annotated Bibliography
True to the author's training in genealogical documentation, the sources
are extensively researched and clearly presented, and is so packed with information
that serious researchers will find daily uses for the book.
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