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Sharing History - 1968 Event - East LA - HBO Special

Hi Group, just sharing some info on an HBO special if
you are interested. I grew up during the 60's and
70's and remember this event. In my teen years I was
a little bit of an activist and we had somewhat of

poll

I belong to many different forums and groups for many different names
and areas. If I could find a group which specialized in Jalisco,
Guadalahara, Tepatitlan de Morelos I would be happy. I'm selfish.

Poll results for ranchos

The following ranchos poll is now closed. Here are the
final results:

POLL QUESTION: From time to time people not from our geographical area express intereste in Ranchos. Here is my answer:

New Archaeology Material Added to Nuestra Familia Unida Podcast

Great stuff about the Maya:

http://nuestrafamiliaunida.com/podcast/archeology.html

Yahoo! Groups Links

<*> To visit your group on the web, go to:
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ranchos/

George Ryskamp in Riverside, California on March 18

I know this is very late notice -- unless someone already posted the
information and I just missed it.

There will be a Hispanic Family History Seminar at the 5900 Grand Avenue,
Riverside, on Saturday, March 18, 2006.

Films Database: Fabulous!!!

Joseph:

I see it is 3 am... I have not yet gone to sleep since I do not work
tomorrow and usually stay up late.

What are you doing up so early/late? Did you just wake up?

Films Database: Fabulous!!!

Joseph:

I see it is 3 am... I have not yet gone to sleep since I do not work
tomorrow and usually stay up late.

What are you doing up so early/late? Did you just wake up?

Birria - Thanks

I want to thank you Francisco, Arturo, Esperanza, and Elvira Z for your
suggestions about Birria. I may have to have a trial run. Most of my
guests will be of the 'gringo' persuasion (and some members of my

Conversion of Microfilms to Digital Records at SLC

For your information, if you haven't read the latest on this project, I'm forwarding a message posted yesterday at the genealogia.org.mx group:

On 3/16/06, Administrador - Genealogia.org.mx wrote:

Unlocking the Vault: Conversion to Digital Records is Progressing
By Brittany Karford, Church Magazines
http://www.lds.org/library/display/0,4945,40-1-3384-9,00.html

Members may not have to wonder what lies behind the 14-ton vault door
at the Church's Granite Mountain Vault Records (GMVR) facility for much
longer. In as little as 10 years, much of its genealogical collection
may be at their fingertips.

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