Native American Genealogical Resources for New Mexico
By Karen Stein Daniel, CGSM
Patterned after the 3rd edition of Genealogical Resources for New Mexico, this new resource guide is for genealogical and family history researchers of New Mexico Apache, Navajo, Pueblo, and Ute families.
The guide is extensively researched with annotated bibliographies. It includes chapters on archives, libraries, and museums, church resources, Federal Government resources, Family History Library microfilm, internet resources, vital record resources, and additional resources.
Information is also included for members of these tribes who may have lived, at least part of the time, in Arizona, Colorado, or Utah.
The book is indexed and contains 255 pages, keys to using the guide, a list of terms, and a discussion of the Genealogical Proof Standard.
About the author: NMGS member Karen Stein Daniel is a certified genealogist and a former editor of the New Mexico Genealogist. She is author of several books for the New Mexico Genealogical Society, including two editions of Genealogical Resources for New Mexico, New Mexico Mining Fatalities and Accidents, and Naturalization Records by New Mexico Courts.