The 2012 Hispanic Genealogy Conference is approaching. The keynote presenter is Martina Will de Chaparro, PhD., a former Associate Professor of History at Texas Woman's University and author of numerous articles and the bool Death and Dying in New Mexico (University of New Mexico Press, 2007, as well as co-editor of Death and Dying in Spanish Colonial America (University of Arizona Press, 2011).
Burial records are among the most underutilized records for family history and genealopgy research. Her presentation promises to very informative and instructive.
Special thanks are extended to the Denver Public Library for offering their conference room space for the seminar.
Participants are encouraged to bring
genealogy charts, pictures, maps and/or other displays,
as well as primary research material
they have found to be useful in their research.
The more of your own research you bring to share,
the more you will get out of the day!
Start getting your research organized now!
This is a “bring your own lunch” conference.
Alternatively, there are restaurants nearby,
but you may want to spend the lunch hour
“networking while you eat.” A refrigerator is available.