Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Update with Panes.info

April 1, 2020

We are pleased to announce that the Colegio de Michoacan has joined us in our efforts to make more of the colonial documents available online. Dr. Clementina Campos Reyes the Department Head of Cultural Dissemination is working with us to establish a team to help the Historical Archivo of the Archivo General de la Nacion with this goal and at the same time improve their catalog and make the site more accessible. We shall keep you posted on our progress.
Sylvia Fernandez Magdaleno continues her work transcribing more records for Chihuahua researchers: Carrizal Resettlement and Valle de Zaragoza (Pilar de Conchos) are now online. Thank you, Sylvia from all of us Chihuahuenses.
As of this writing, we have included the following links:
* A link to the Documentary Relations of the Southwest under Sonora and Chihuahua, an interesting site. The University of Arizona created this site which has transcriptions of documents related to Northern Mexico searchable by names.
* The National Park Service has a site called Mission 2000 which is a data base for parishes in Northern Sonora.
* Under Spain we have a link to the Floridablanca Digital Library, another interesting website especially interesting if you have nobility in your genealogy tree.

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