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South Texas Researcher

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Genealogy Education

A Bit Of Texas Information



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Inquiries about this page should be directed to education@alamopc.org


The Alamo PC Genealogy Study Group
Programs cover Internet Genealogy
 and Computer Related Genealogy subjects.

The Group is not currently meeting;
but you may find the information and links listed below helpful.
 
South Texas Researcher Newsletter
(Word Documents)

Introduction


    Note: e-mail address: genealogydesk@sanantonio.gov
    Note: the South Texas Researcher is also now available on the San Antonio Public Library’s web site (http://www.sanantonio.gov/library/) under “News & Events” then “News & Newsletters.”
    Please remember that the purpose of this newsletter is to keep librarians, historians, archivists, genealogists, archaeologists, and those in other allied fields informed of what is going on that may be helpful in these fields so they may pass this information on to other interested parties in their locations.   
    If you have items you or your organization would like others to know about, please e-mail the address at the end of these newsletter.
    South Texas is being broadly defined as beginning in Val Verde County in the west; moving east to Austin (Travis County); and then southeast through Caldwell, Lavaca, Jackson, and Calhoun counties to the Gulf of Mexico. I am willing to include important events or acquisitions from other areas, in some instances, if they may be of particular usefulness to those in our area. News from our neighboring Mexican states of Tamaulipas, Nuevo Leon, and Coahuila would also be welcome.


Feel free to forward this communication to anyone who might be interested.
Thank you!
Arthur: Frank S. Faulkner, Jr.

South Texas Researcher
(Word documents)

  • 2009
  • November - Volume VII, Number 11 (1,223 KB)
  • October - Volume VII, Number 10 (1,203 KB)
  • September - Volume VII, Number 9 (1,186 KB)
  • August - Volume VII, Number 8 (1,187 KB)
  • July - Volume VII, Number 7 (453 KB)
  • June - Volume VII, Number 6 (432 KB)
  • April - Volume VII, Number 4 (429 KB)
  • March - Volume VII, Number 3 (484 KB)
  • February - Volume VII, Number 2 (538 KB)
  • January - Volume VII, Number 1 (430 KB)

  • 2008
  • December - Volume VI, Number 12 (428 KB)
  • November - Volume VI, Number 11 (406 KB)
  • October - Volume VI, Number 10 (589 KB)
  • September - Volume VI, Number 9 (267 KB)
  • August - Volume VI, Number 8 (1572 KB)
  • July - Volume VI, Number 7 (274 KB)
  • June - Volume VI, Number 6 (277 KB)
  • May - Volume VI, Number 5 (239 KB)
  • April - Volume VI, Number 4 (239 KB)
  • March - A March Issue was not available
  • February - Volume VI, Number 2 (431 KB)
  • January - Volume VI, Number 1 (278 KB)

  • 2007
  • December - Volume V, Number 12 (229 KB)
  • November - Volume V, Number 11 (232 KB)
  • October - Volume V, Number 10 (258 KB)
  • September - Volume V, Number 9 (250 KB)
  • July - Volume V, Number 7 (430 KB)
  • June - Volume V, Number 6 (412 KB)
  • May - Volume V, Number 5 (385 KB)
  • April - Volume V, Number 4 (387 KB)
  • March Extra - Volume V, Number 3 (238 KB)
  • March - Volume V, Number 3 (434 KB)
  • February - Volume V, Number 2 (411 KB)
  • January - Volume V, Number 1 (414 KB)

 

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Texas Genealogy


San Antonio Area:

General:


  • San Antonio Genealogical and Historical Society
  • San Antonio Texas Public Library - Genealogy
  • The Alamo
  • Alamo - DRT Library
  • Alamo Defenders Descendants Association
    This organization welcomes both direct lineal and lateral descendants of the valiant men who defended the Alamo from February 23rd through March 6th of 1836 in service of the Provisional Government of Texas, including the soldiers, couriers, scouts, and non-combatants (survivors).
    (note: scroll down the front page and click on the enter button)
  • San Antonio, Texas City Directories, 1891-94
    Index of 211,400 persons residing in San Antonio, Texas
  • Local Catholic Church History and Genealogy Texas
    The geographic area of Texas is in the ecclesiastical province of San Antonio which includes the Archdioceses of San Antonio, with the suffragan dioceses of Dallas, Fort Worth, Amarillo, Lubbock, San Angelo, Laredo and El Paso and the Archdiocese of  Galveston-Houston, with the suffragan dioceses of Austin, Tyler, Beaumont, Victoria, Corpus Christi and Brownsville (Texas).
  • St. Peters Orphanage of San Antonio, Texas 1930 Census
    The St. Peters Orphanage at San Antonio, Texas  Located at Concepcion Road, San Antonio, Texas, Bexar County
  • Ursuline Academy of San Antonio, Texas
    1930 census records of Ursuline Academy of San Antonio, Texas
  • The Jewish Genealogical Society of San Antonio
    A non-profit organization dedicated to the development, preservation and distribution of Jewish genealogical knowledge and material and the sharing of techniques and tools with others who may be searching their Jewish roots.
  • PDF Format Jewish Genealogy Yearbook 2005 USA
    San Antonio Jewish Genealogical Society of San Antonio.
  • San Antonio Conservation Society
    Formed is to preserve and to encourage the preservation of historic buildings, objects, places and customs relating to the history of Texas, its natural beauty and all that is admirably distinctive to our State; and by such physical and cultural preservation to keep the history of Texas legible and intact to educate the public, especially the youth of today and tomorrow with knowledge of our inherited regional values.
  • Parks Past
    Provides links to historical profiles of 37 local parks and facilities, including Brackenridge Park, San Pedro Springs Park, and the now defunct Reptile Garden.
  • Institute of Texan Cultures
    A university educational center dedicated to enhancing the understanding of the history and diverse cultures of Texas through exhibits, programs, and publications that encourage acceptance and appreciation of our differences as well as our common humanity. The  ITC Library's collections, including historic photographs, may be searched through the UTSA online catalog.






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Genealogy Education

Myths Hoaxes and Scams:

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A Bit Of Texas Information

 

A Sprinkling of Museums:

Some Texas Cities:




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