BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
Special Blowout Sale!
Prices of books have been reduced to $25.00 each!
Texas/Mexican Border Towns
Births, Deaths, Marriages, Coat Of Arms (in color and with descriptions & origins)
Complete Sets or Individual Books Available
(Please click on the "Books for Sale" Link on the left for a complete list of books.)
Or Contact Sara Flores at: (361) 876-8860
Jose Antonio Lopez y Sanchez & Dominga Pena de Lopez (2nd Wife)
SAGA Mission Statement
"The object of the Spanish American Genealogical Association shall be that of creating and maintaining an organization for the promotion of research, collection, and development of genealogical data of the earliest Spanish and Mexican settlers of Texas. The Associationís goal is to conduct research, obtain collections, and develop resources (computerization of data) of genealogical data and to make them available to its membership, as well as to the south Texas community by housing said materials in libraries and archives."
The Spanish American Genealogical Association was founded April 1987 as a non-profit organization. SAGA's focus is on genealogical data of the earliest Spanish and Mexican settlers in Texas. The Association's goal is to conduct research, obtain collections, and develop resources (computerization of data) of genealogical material and to make them available to its membership, as well as to the South Texas community, by housing said materials in the Corpus Christi Public Library.
The Association meets on a regular basis for business meetings and presentations by a guest speakers on the first Thursday of every month at the Corpus Christi Public Library. Notices will keep you informed of activities, genealogical information, microfilm holdings at the library, and more.
SAGA welcomes all visitors to it's website and we look forward to helping one and all in their quest for information into their family history.
SAGA President Sara Flores
Home (361) 993-1922 Cell: (361) 876-8860
7018 Lake View Drive
Corpus Christi, Texas 78412
"People will not look forward to posterity, who never look backward to their ancestors." Edmund Burke