Searching through the LoboVault website, I discovered a few online theses, disertations and other material that is of interest to New Mexico genealogists. Here are links to these online PDF files:
* The History of the Sevilleta Land Grant and in the First Person: Oral Histories from La Joya de Sevilleta "The Jewel of the Sevilleta
"The oral histories that are the centerpiece of this thesis present the
history of La Joya in the 1930s, together with an overview of the
history of the Sevilleta. Most significantly, they support the
conviction that oral history is invaluable in acquiring a more informed
historical record of the past than is offered in our official written
* The Genealogy of a Text and Text of Genealogy: Rafael Chacon's "Memorias"
"A discussion of the Rafael Sotero Chacon ''MEMORIAS. '"
* New Mexico roots ltd : a demographic perspective from genealogical, historical and geographic data found in the diligencias matrimoniales or pre-nuptial investigations (1678-1869) of the Archives of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe : multiple data extracted and here edited in a uniform presentation by years and family surnames
"Diligencias matrimoniales or pre-nuptial investigations (1678-1869) of the Archives of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe. Volumes are arranged in alphabetical order by surname. Names contained within each volume are indicated."
* The Lives and Works of Five Hispanic New Mexican Women Writers, 1878 - 1991
"This working paper recognizes the contributions of five New Mexican
women writers, who in the early 1900s, sought to reaffirm their
Hispanic roots through literature."
* Ranching in Northeastern New Mexico
"Historians have studied ranching extensively in Texas, Wyoming, and
Montana. There are many monographs published on ranches, ranchers, and
cowboys. Colfax and Union counties have an extensive number of ranches.
These ranches are from as small as ten acres to as large as 590,000
These ranches in their own right deserve to be studied, especially since
they were a part of at least two legitimate land grants: Maxwell Land
Grant and Pablo Montoya Land Grant. In addition, some of these ranches
exist because of the railroad, which runs through both counties. This
thesis examines a few of the many ranches in this area. It also
includes a brief history of the Santa Fe Trail Dry Cimarron Cutoff area."
* And Gladly Did We Teach: Oral Interviews With Pioneer Nuevo Mexicana Rural Teachers
No description available.
* A Guide to the Bancroft Library Collections Pertaining to New Mexico and New Spain (Mexico) on Microfilm at the Center for Southwest Research, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
* Other Center for Southwest Research Reference Tools.
* Finding Aid for Material from the Archivo General de la Nación, Mexico, dealing with New Mexico history and the Camino Real de Tierra Adentro
* Guide to the Microfilm Collection in the Spanish Colonial Research Center, National Park Service
There may be more genealogical material on the LoboVault than is mentioned here. To search for yourself, visit the LoboVault website.