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New Mexico Family Historian's Toolbox

For the genealogist who is researching New Mexican roots.

National Archives Military Records #genealogy

Research in Military Records

archives.gov

Yale Project Makes 170,000 Depression-Era Photos Searchable with Interactive Database #genealogy

Unpuzzling Your Past #genealogy

Unpuzzling Your Past

unpuzzling.com

5 Ways You Can Bring Your Old Photographic Slides Into The Digital Era #genealogy

LOC Chronicling America site now 8 million online newspaper pages #history #genealogy

Chronicling America at 8 Million and Adds Two States

theancestorhunt.com

Map of #NewMexico Counties #history #genealogy

State and County Maps of New Mexico

mapofus.org

Voces de Santa Fe: Biographies/People #genealogy #NewMexico - currently there are 72 #biographies on this site.

Voces de Santa Fé - Biographies/People

vocesdesantafe.org

Online #NewMexico Death Indexes, Records & Obituaries #genealogy

Online New Mexico Death Indexes, Records & Obituaries

deathindexes.com

Mexican Women's Mitochondrial DNA Primarily #NativeAmerican #genealogy #NewMexico

Mexican Women's Mitochondrial DNA Primarily Native American

dna-explained.com

Free Genealogy Websites - it's a good idea to double & triple check info for accuracy. People sometimes make mistakes.

Teach Me Genealogy

tmgenealogy.com

Center for Southwest Research: Land Grants in New Mexico: Archival Materials

How many ancestors do you have? - This gives you a perspective of how truly closely all humanity is related.

Episode 738 | Crypto-Jews in New Mexico - Were there cyrpto-Jews in New Mexico? Is your family a descendant of these people?

Gena's Genealogy: Church Record Sunday: Directory of Catholic Cemeteries.

Creating an Ancestor Timeline on Pinterest.

Creating an Ancestor Timeline on Pinterest | GeneaBloggers

geneabloggers.com

Rocky Mountain Online Archive - use this site to help you find rare primary sources for your genealogy. While there are a few documents on the site, most of them are archived in locations around the state. My blog post on the RMOA explains how to use this archive.