Researcher and Librarian Esther Camacho will be a speaker for the 3rd We Are Cousins Virtual Genealogy Conference taking place March 23-25, 2022. In this post, you can read more about her and her presentations.
About Esther Camacho
Esther Camacho is a south Texas librarian, genealogist, and historical researcher. She has done historical and genealogical presentations to various organizations, genealogical groups, and state conferences. She is an active member of the Hidalgo County Historical Commission. Her primary focus is genealogy, local history, and cemetery research.
Scheduled Presentations for 3rd WAC Conference
Title: Exploring Birth Records for Genealogy
Summary: Birth records are a valued source for researchers. Let’s explore the various birth records available and the details they provide as well as other options in absence of a birth record.
Past Archived Presentations
Title: Overcoming Language Barriers in Genealogical Research (Presented at the 1st WAC Conference)
Summary: Struggling with Hispanic genealogical research? Learn the keys to naming structure, record patterns, reading dates and basic vocabulary without having to be proficient in the language. Watch Presentation
Title: Using City Directories to Build Your Family History (Presented at the 1st WAC Conference)
Summary: City directories provide a unique perspective into an ancestor's community. It can also be used to create a detailed history of an ancestor’s life in the community. Watch Presentation
Read About Other Speakers
View more speakers here: Virtual Conference Speakers