Las Villas del Norte Community Tree, with over 139,000 names, is a great resource for anyone with roots in South Texas and the Northeastern Mexican States of Nuevo Leon, Tamaulipas, and Coahuila. Watch this presentation to get an inside look on its features, search capabilities and on what information you can expect to find. Best of all, learn of how you can use it to help you in your research.
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Here is the Outline of the Video and What to Expect
Intro Dialogue (0:10) - Just a quick introduction to the video presentation and back ground information about me.
What is Las Villas del Norte Community Tree (5:22) - In this section I explain what the Community Tree consists of and the area that it covers. The planned update frequency per year is also talked about. I also talk on how this tree got started.
It's Purpose and How You Can Use It (8:24) - In this section I talk about our ambitious goal for our community tree and how our members can use it in their research.
Test Drive of the Community Tree Part 1 (15:28) - This section is part one of a live preview of the community tree. Where to find the Community Tree, and request access was explained.
Test Drive of the Community Tree Part 2 (28:33) - This section is part one of a live preview of the community tree. It s features and navigation where demonstrated along how to submit corrections.
Test Drive of the Community Tree Part 3 (34:13) - This section is part one of a live preview of the community tree.
I enjoyed making this presentation and I know that our members will find that our community tree is a great resource for their research.
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