In this episode, Jesus “Chuy” Correa talks about The Real History of Starr County from prehistoric times to present times. It is a recording of his presentation to the Rio Grande Valley Hispanic Genealogical Society.
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This is session number 11
Today’s main topic will be a Jesus “Chuy” Correas presentation to the Rio Grande Valley Hispanic Genealogical Association.
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1. The Mier Church Padrones (Census)
We are currently transcribing the Mier Padrones. If you want to help visit the We Are Cousins community at https://www.facebook.com/groups/wacgroup/
- Speaking engagement for the Brownsville Historical Society
I got clarification from Creig Stone the Education and Programs Coordinator
With Brownsville Historical Association
Branching out the 2014 Genealogical Fair will be on the 11th of October at the Brownsville Historical Association.
3 This week’s Tool
Box – Keeping your Genealogy Research Organized
4 This Weeks Online Resource
The Border Crossing Cards
United States Border Crossings from Mexico to United States, 1903-1957
5 This week’s book
The Real Stories of Starr County by Jesus “Chuy” Correa
6 Upcoming Genealogical Conferences
Federation of Genealogical Societies conference “Gone To Texas” will be August 27-30 in San Antonio Texas
35th Annual Texas Hispanic Genealogical and Historical Conference September 25-27
Website: www.southtexasgenealogy.org – Thank You Ofelia Olson for the link.
7 The Real Stories of Starr County by Jesus “Chuy” Correa
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