Mexico Research Guide
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University of Texas
The Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection, a unit of the University of Texas Libraries, is a specialized research library focusing on materials from and about Latin America, and materials relating to Latin@s in the United States. Latin America is here defined to include Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean island nations, South America, and areas of the United States during the period they were a part of the Spanish Empire or Mexico.
Corpus Christi Public Library
This collection covers a wide range of areas and topics of interest to the family researcher, with a strong concentration of materials on Texas and the south. The collection includes a large census collection and indexes, county records on microfilm for most of South Texas and materials on Hispanic Families in Texas and northern Mexico. Our collection includes: census indexes, census microfilm, Internet, family search, obituary indexes, vital records for Texas counties and northern Mexico.
Denver Public Library
History of Mexico
History of Mexico’s States:
Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection
Mexico Railroad Map (1919)
David Rumsey Map Collection – Mexico Maps
Hispanic Genealogical Society of Houston
Texas State Genealogical Society
Society of Hispanic Historical and Ancestral Research (SHHAR)
Documents & Records
US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) – History and Genealogy