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There are many societies and organizations that may have information of value to your genealogical research in Argentina. There are some such societies in Argentina and in the country your ancestor immigrated to, especially the United States. You may find it helpful to join one of these societies and support their efforts. Most of these societies publish helpful periodicals, transcripts, compiled genealogies, and may have special indexes, collections, and projects.
Genealogical Societies[edit | edit source]
- The Argentine Institute of Genealogical Sciences holds its Ordinary Sessions monthly, the second Monday of each month (March-December) in the Anasagasti Room of the Jockey Club, Cerrito 1464 Buenos Aires.
Historical Societies[edit | edit source]
Archivo Histórico y Biblioteca de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires
Av. Córdoba 1556
- The mission of the institute is to research and disseminate the history of the city in order to preserve the past.
- The Archive provides consultation services and help in locating documents through the reference service. The archive is in charge of historical research only, but may offer the services of genealogical experts in the area.
- The goal of the National Academy of History of the Argentine Republic is to research and disseminate the history of Argentina.
Other Societies[edit | edit source]
- The St. Andrew's Society of the River Plate is a non-profit organization founded 1888, that raises funds for charitable causes, through the promotion and preservation of Scottish cultural activities and traditions.
Rootsweb also has a series of mailing lists for those interested in research in Argentina.
Website: RootsWeb Lists Relating to Argentina