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    Baptisms of The Cathedral of Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico Volume I (November 10, 1667 – December 31, 1677)

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    (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || ).push({}); I was recently conducting research on an ancestor of mine and found a citation that mentioned this book “Baptisms of The Cathedral of Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico Volume I (November 10, 1667 – December 31, 1677)”. I promptly went to the Library page for the University...
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    Nuevo Leon Y La Colonizacion Del Nuevo Santander

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    This book by Don Israel Cavazos Garza is an excellent resource. In it he explains the process of colonizing El Nuevo Santander now days Tamaulipas, Mexico and the steps that Jose de Escandon had to implement. He explains the important role that Nuevo Leon played in it’s colonization by helping with it’s greatest asset, it’s...
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    I Hate Books!

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    They are bulky and take up allot of space. You never seem to have them on hand when you really need one and even clutter your home office. In my lifetime I have bought thousands of books (not genealogy related) and they all ended up in book shelf’s that I...
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    The First Texas Independence, 1813

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    How much do you know about Texas? This book will provide you with a chapter of Texas history that is not thought in schools. You will learn about the struggles of the first Tejanos to seek independence for themselves and their posterity. I found out about this book when I received...
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    The Murder of Juan Chapa Guerra

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    I have often heard of the Violence that used to be rampant in the border back in the middle 1800’s. I also hear stories from our readers about atrocities that were done against their ancestors. Unfortunately many of those stories have been passed down orally and many records don’t exist...

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Hi, My name is Moises and welcome to We Are Cousins, a blog dedicated to South Texas and Northeastern Mexico Genealogy. It’s primary purpose is to educate and provide its readers with resources to locate their ancestors, whom at one point lived in this area. To read more about me or my other projects visit my personal website moisesgarza.com
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