The following is an announcement from the Genealogical Society of Hispanic America:
The Genealogical Society of Hispanic America will hold its annual national conference in Trinidad, Colorado from June 25-27, 2004. The Fray Angelico Chavez Chapter of Pueblo is hosting the event.
The Keynote Speaker for the event is Mr. Robert J. Torrez, former State Historian for the New Mexico Archives and Records Center and writer/contributor for the New Mexico Historical Review and New Mexico Magazine. His topics will include, “The Taos Revolt and Treason Trials of 1847” and “Voices From the Past – Vignettes of History”, taken from the New Mexico Archives. Additional presentations include sessions on early families of northern New Mexico, the Ludlow Massacre, Billy the Kid, and mountain men of southeastern Colorado and their descendants. Exhibitors include the New Mexico Genealogical Society and the Hispanic Genealogic Research Center of New Mexico.
The purpose of the Genealogical Society of Hispanic America (GSHA) is to promote Hispanic genealogical and historical research, and to expand awareness and knowledge of Hispanic culture, historical contributions, and traditions.
For additional information call 719-544-5194.
The Genealogical Society of Hispanic America's Web site may be found at http://www.gsha.net