By: El Paso Gen'l Society, Pub. 1982, Reprinted 2018, 248 pages, INDEX, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-171-X. This book contains all the genealogical information given for births, deaths and marriages that appeared in these early newspapers for the states of Arizona, New Mexico, Texas and Oklahoma (Indian Territory). If they occurred elsewhere but had a connection with this area, they were included. Many people came from other states, particularly the Northern states from Illinois east, for their health. Many died here, some went home to die, but their death was reported in this area. Some came to die, and stayed to live. Many Americans died in New Mexico and have been included along with some who died in other Central and South America countries. If you had a relative who "went West" and disappeared before 1886, this book could be of GREAT HELP.
A lot of information but some of it is now dated. A large number of Michigan residents are of Hispanic origin, and this work contains the following lists: people all over the state by name, address, and telephone number; agencies interested in or of use to Hispanic Americans; members of the Commission on Spanish Speaking Affairs with addresses and telephone numbers; and Michigan radio stations that provide Spanish-language programming. Includes a bibliography.
Offers a variety of perspectives on Oregon's multifaceted Hispanic community. Contains essays on various topics, including Spanish explorers and vaqueros, analysis of modern government policy, explanations of traditional celebrations, examinations of works by exciting new artists, accounts of migrant camp life, and Hispanic entrepreneurs' success stories. Also includes personal narratives gathered during a statewide oral history project.