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Links recommended for researching:

* University of San Diego USD Library Resources Related to Native American Issues

Indigenous Peoples Web Rings:

Indigenous Peoples Literature:

These are the other lists
(chat forums) which Glenn moderates and maintains:
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Indigenous Peoples Issues:

Racism Against Indigenous Peoples:

World's Indigenous Peoples:

* Taino News and Information List:

* Indigenous Peoples Stories:

* The Red Road Newsletter:

*Tradition of The Redroad:

Native Truth:

* Indigenous Youth:

Narco News:

* AIM:

* Tawantinsuyu noticias y cultura (Andes List):

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If you cannot find something at my site, then please refer to these fine web pages:

Best Internet World News:

Best Indigenous Pages:

Native American Heritage/Genealogy:

American Indians:
A Select Catalog of National Archives Microfilm Publications:

Mexican Genelogy:

*Wild Apache LINKS:

Mexican Contacts and Sources:

Somos Primos(tm):

Chicano Research Collection
Department of Archives and Manuscripts
Hayden Library, Arizona State University
Box 871006
Tempe, AZ 85287-1006
Telephone: (602) 965-3145

Los Fundadores and Friends of Santa Clara County, California 1509
Warburton Avenue Santa Clara, CA 95050
Telephone: (408) 926-1165, or (408) 248-ARTS for a recorded schedule of events
Publication: Los Fundadores

Hispanic History and Ancestry Research
9511 Rockpoint Drive
Huntington Beach, CA 92646

Institute of Genealogy and History for Latin America
316 West 500 North
St. George, UT 84770
Telephone: (801) 652-1710
Fax: (801) 674-5787
For more information about the Institute of Genealogy and History for Latin America, see the topic Institute of Genealogy and History for Latin America. Mexican

Mexico has been the fourth largest source of immigrants since 1820, and by far the largest source of immigrants in recent years. In fact, Mexican immigration has occurred in varying amounts for hundreds of years. In addition, many Mexicans "moved" to the United States as a result of the annexations of Texas and the West.

Early in the twentieth century, large numbers of Mexicans came to the U.S. to work in agriculture in California or as miners and track layers throughout the West. This pattern of Mexicans coming north of the border in search of better paying jobs has continued until the present day, with the largest numbers of Mexican-Americans residing in California, New Mexico, and Texas.

Society of Hispanic Historical and Ancestral Research(tm)

Web Sites:

In Helpful Web Sites, you can find links to useful resources about Mexico:


* Mexican immigration to the United States: A Study of Human Migration and Adjustment, by Manuel Gamio
* Ethnic Chronology Studies: The Chicanos in America, 1540-1974, by Richard A. Garcia
* Mexican and Spanish Family Research, by J. Konrad
* Genealogical Research in Latin America and The Hispanic United States, by Lyman D. Platt, Ph.D.
* Hispanic Surnames and Family History, by Lyman D. Platt, Ph.D.
* Latin American Military Records, by Lyman D. Platt, Ph.D.
* Latin American and Spanish Census Records, by Lyman D. Platt, Ph.D.
* Mexico, General Guide: Political Divisions, by Lyman D. Platt, Ph.D.
* Mexico, Gu'a general: Divisiones Eclesi?sticas, by Lyman D. Platt, Ph.D.
* Mexico: Research Guide, by Lyman D. Platt, Ph.D.
* Research in Mexico City, by Lyman D. Platt, Ph.D.
* Tracing your Hispanic Heritage, by George Ryskamp
* Una Bibliograf'a de Historias Familiares de LatinoamZ*rica y Los Estados Unidos, by Lyman D. Platt, Ph.D.
* Tracing Your Hispanic Heritage, by George R. Ryskamp

Resources for American Indian colleges, teaching, web pages:

The Plains and Emigrant Tribes of Kansas:

Fond du Lac Tribal & Community College (Cloquet, MN), Web server

NativeWeb Home Page:

About Earth's indigenous peoples, mainly in the Americas:
Future links will be added on Africa and Asia.

American Indian Studies, California State University, Long Beach

A site with many links to information about Native Americans, mostly in terms of their history, and culture.
Includes files with Indian tribes that are recognized by the federal government, but not the actual census rolls, audio files of Native American songs, and much more. Includes Native Americans of Mexico and Central America.

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Descendant of Chief Wolf Robe

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Great-grandson of Victorio, Apache Chief

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Great-great-great-great grandaughter of Chief Joseph

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Descendants of Quanah Parker, Comanche Chief

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Great-great grandsons of American Horse, Lakota Chief

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Great-great-great grandsons of Red Cloud, Lakota Chief

Gilbert Walking Bull
Descendant of Crazy Horse

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(great-great-granddaughter of Chief Low Dog)

Native Peoples E-mail Contact List:

Native American Books:

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