Celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month


National Hispanic Heritage Month 2021

It’s time to rejoice Hispanic Heritage Month which runs September 15–October 15, 2021.

The Library of Congress, Nationwide Archives and Information Administration, Nationwide Endowment for the Humanities, Nationwide Gallery of Artwork, Nationwide Park Service, Smithsonian Establishment and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum have joined collectively to pay tribute to generations of People whose ancestors got here from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America who’ve positively influenced and enriched our nation and society.

Useful resource checklist:

The Family History Guide’s Hispanic Resources

And remember that NGS members have full entry to the NGS Magazine archives and the National Genealogical Society Quarterly archives. Articles of curiosity embody:

“The Catholic Church within the American Southwest” by David McDonald, NGS Journal, 39 (Oct/Nov/Dec 2013): 17–20.

“Introduction to Analysis in Latin America” by Debbie Gurtler, NGS Journal, 41 (Jul/Aug/Sep 2015): 37–41.

“California Historic Missions and Their Information” by Sheila Benedict, NGS Journal, 42 (Apr/Might/Jun 2016): 23–26.

“Conflict and Marriage: Some Causes for Deportation in Hispanic North America” by George R. Ryskamp, NGSQ, 86 (June1998): 134-137.

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