List of Useful Resources for Colonial Spanish Borderland Research
French-Canadian Heritage Society of California links to information involving the Canada-U.S. borderlands and some of the colonial records and history, as well as other groups and organizations that have an interest in this area.
A brief overview of the state’s history; includes extracts of some early marriages and information and finding aids for early records from the French colonial period. http://www.francogene.com/usa/louisiana.php
Covers vital records for forts during the French colonial period along the Mississippi River. http://www.francogene.com/usa/forts.php
Covers vital records available for forts in French colonial Illinois Territory. http://www.francogene.com/usa/illinois.php/
Lists extant Acadian church records for Colonial Louisiana and links to early parish registers for the Fortress of Louisbourg, 1713–58, that are online. http://globalgenealogy.com/globalgazette/gazrr/gazrr57.htm
Online guide to the archives at the University of Notre Dame.
Guide to the records found in Southwest Louisiana Records published by Rev. Donald J. Hébert.
List of published materials available for research on Colonial Louisiana. http://www.vivelacajun.com/Genealogy%20Research/la-books.htm
Lists publications for records in Michigan beginning in French colonial times. http://www.quintinpublications.com/mi.html
New Mexico Genealogical Society has posted instructions on where to locate Catholic Church records for New Mexico, as well as links and references to other important sources.
An online database that currently contains various records for Belen, New Mexico, for the period 1740–1825. http://www.genealogybranches.com/valencia/index.html
Catholic records of New Mexico. http://www.nmgs.org/Chrchs-citiesA.htm
Hispanic Genealogical Research Center of New Mexico.
A listing of links to all the archdioceses in the United States. http://www.ezresult.com/Society/ReligionandSpirituality/Christianity/Denominations/Catholicism/Dioceses/NorthAmerica/