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VIII. New Mexico

  • Brewer, Mary, compiler.
    New Mexico cemeteries
    . Albuquerque, N.M.: New Mexico Genealogical Society, 1979-<1980>. v. <1-2>.
    LC call number: F795 .B73
    LC control number: 79090782
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  • Brylinski, Dorothy A., and Ann L. Mossman, compilers and editors.
    New Mexico genealogist-comprehensive index: volumes I-XXXIII, 1962-1994. Albuquerque: A.L. Mossman, 1995. xii, 133 p. Maps.
    LC call number: F795 .N49 Index
    LC control number: 95077402
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  • Chavez, Angelico.
    Origins of New Mexico families: a genealogy of the Spanish colonial period. New foreword by Thomas E. Chavez. Rev. ed. Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press, 1992. xxi, 441 p.
    LC call number: F805 .S75 C47 1992
    LC control number: 92029024
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  • Esterly, Robert E.
    Genealogical resources in New Mexico. Albuquerque: New Mexico Genealogical Society, 1997. iv, 25 p.
    LC call number: F795 .E78 1997
    LC control number: 97217714
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  • Hugo, James R.
    The Cabeza de Vaca family and its relationship to the Topa Inca Yupanqui dynasty of Peru. [Texas: J.R. Hugo, 1985?]. [35] leaves.
    LC call number: CS71 .B11845 1985
    LC control number: 85229641
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  • Julyan, Robert Hixson.
    The place names of New Mexico. 2nd ed. rev. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1998. xxviii, 385 p.
    LC call number: F794 .J84 1998
    LC control number: 98025232
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    An "autobiography of New Mexico" [p. vii], in 7,000 place names. Detailed etymology of names when known. Gives location of each place, pronunciation of unusual names, biographical or genealogical histories of families and individuals for whom places are named. Often gives date of first use of name, date and reason that some places were abandoned, previous names of places, much local history, and a bibliography for further research.

  • Mary Loyola, Sister.
    The American occupation of New Mexico, 1821-1852. New York: Arno Press, 1976, 1939. viii, 166 p.
    LC call number: F800 .M37 1976
    LC control number: 76001281
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    Gives an understanding of fluid borders in this period and lists other states in the U.S. and in Mexico that may have relevant records.

  • Quintana, Frances Leon.
    Pobladores: Hispanic Americans of the Ute frontier; with illustrations gratefully borrowed from el arte de, the art of Rin Templeton. 2nd rev. ed. Aztec, N.M.: F.L. Quintana, 1991. xviii, 267 p. Ill.
    LC call number: F805 .S75 Q56 1991
    LC control number: 91090393
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    History of northern New Mexico in the vicinity of the Chama valley with much cultural and genealogical information. Based on the author's study of the Southern Ute Indian Agency records in Ignacio, Colorado, covering the period 1877-1952. Notes and extensive bibliography.

  • Spanish and Mexican colonial censuses of New Mexico, 1790, 1823, 1845. Virginia Langham Olmsted, translator and compiler. Albuquerque: New Mexico Genealogical Society, 1975. ii, 303 p.
    LC call number: F795 .S67
    LC control number: 75023853
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  • The Spanish missions of New Mexico. 2 vols. John L. Kessell, and Rick Hendricks, editors. New York: Garland, 1991. Ill.
    LC call number: E78 .N65 S64 1991
    LC control number: 90022757
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    Journal articles on early Spanish settlement.

  • Twitchell, Ralph Emerson, comp.
    The Spanish archives of New Mexico. 2 vols. New York: Arno Press, 1976 [1914]. Ill.
    LC call number: F791 .T85 1976
    LC control number: 76001607
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