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Broken links[edit source]

All five of the links under “Hispanic Genealogy Presentations” are broken on this WIKI website:

Hispanic Genealogy Presentations

Many presentations from the 2007 Hispanic Genealogy Conference at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City are now available to view for free on the Internet at Roots Television. To see a presentation from the list below, simply select it, and click the link. Presentations include:

1. Hispanic Roots
Author of “Finding Your Hispanic Roots” Dr. George R. Ryskamp, AG, is interviewed by Sharon de Bartolo Carmack. The interview is presented in four parts. Presented in English.

2. Buscando ancestros Mexicanos en el Internet
Topic includes how to research Mexican ancestors using web sites and resources on the Internet. Presenter: Lynn Turner, AG. Presented in Spanish.

3. Mexico: Genealogical Research
Presentations discuss Mexican genealogical research. Presenters are: Dr. George Ryskamp, AG, author of “Finding Your Mexican Ancestors,” and his wife Peggy Ryskamp, CG. Presentations in Spanish.

4. Spanish Parish Records (Spanish Paleography)
Presentation discusses how to read and understand Spanish records, including common phrases, basic rules to follow, common abbreviations, and helpful resources. Presenter: Lynn Turner, AG. Presented in English.

5. Spanish Municipal Archives
Presentation discusses Hispanic research in Municipal archives. Presenter: Dr. George R. Ryskamp, AG, author of “Finding Your Mexican Ancestors.” Presented in English.
— Preceding unsigned comment added by Hncamp (talk | contribs) 13:39, 18 February 2013 (UTC)

Thank you. I have added a {{deadlink}} tag to the five links you mention. This will bring these to the attention of those involved in FamilySearch Wiki:Cleanup. --Steve (talk| contribs) 17:29, 20 February 2013 (UTC)