New resources for those with Canadian or Mexican ancestry.
Those tracing Canadian and Mexican ancestors - including immigrants who eventually moved on to the United States - can enhance their research with these resources:
• Subscription site Ancestry.com <Ancestry.com > has added border-crossing records to its immigration databases. The images bear more than 4 million names of people who crossed the US-Canadian border between 1895 and 1956, and 3.5 million names of those crossing the US-Mexican border between 1903 and 1957. Search the records through the US Deluxe collection ($155.40 per year or free at libraries offering Ancestry Library Edition).