11 August 2013

August 17, 2013 NMGS Program: Using Census Records

August 2013 Program
The Community Room
in the Lower Level of
The Albuquerque Main Library
501 Copper Street
Albuquerque, New Mexico
(on the northwest corner of 5th and Copper)

Saturday, August 17, 2013
10:30 AM
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Please note that our programs are at a new location this year!

The New Mexico Genealogical Society
Henrietta Martinez Christmas
Independent New Mexico Historian and Genealogist

Using Census Records to Keep and Eye on Your Ancestors
Census records are an invaluable resource for keeping track of your ancestors. A census is a government record that appears every ten years that can help you find details you might otherwise miss in the normal sacramental records or land records. So let's step back in time every ten years and see what you can find that will add details to your family research.

Plus a Bonus -
Getting Ready for the upcoming HGRC Conference in August!!

A well respected and well-known genealogical and historical researcher, Henrietta M. Christmas has researched for over 35 years on a wide variety of subjects specializing in the rio arriba region of New Mexico. A native New Mexican, she descends from eleven soldiers who came to New Mexico with don Juan de OƱate in 1598.

This program is free and open to the public.

Questions? Call (505) 848-1376 or email info@nmgs.org.

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