Spanish American 
Genealogical Association

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The Spanish American Genealogical Association, commonly referred to as SAGA, was officially incorporated on May 29, 1987 as a a non-profit corporation.  Under the leadership of Dr Clotilde P. Garcia of Corpus Christi, Texas, SAGA was established  exclusively for charitable and educational purposes with a focus on gathering and developing Spanish genealogical materials and collections at the Corpus Christi Public Library and to promote Spanish genealogical research. 


Since inception, substantial collections and information has been obtained and provided to the Corpus Christi Public Library and to Texas A&M Corpus Christi.  Books, journals, and other documents from  some of these collections have been developed and provided to genealogists and historians for their research. 

 

Some of these books are currently available for sale from SAGA. . 

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THANKS TO ALL WHO ATTENDED CONFERENCE. OVER 250 REGISTERED AND ATTENDED. IN SUMMARY, 36 WORKSHOPS, 30 VENDORS AND GUESTS WERE PROVIDED WITH AN OPPORTUNITY TO ENHANCE THEIR KNOWLEDGE OF OUR MOST PRECIOUS HERITAGE AND HISTORY.  SAGA WILL CONTINUE WORKING LOCALLY AND IN CONCERT WITH THE OTHER ORGANIZATIONS TO CONTINUE THE JOURNEY. PLEASE SUPPORT AUSTIN FOR NEXT YEAR'S ANNUAL CONFERENCE.

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