Please note that your reply will now only go to the original sender Here are some references from my talk last night and others that were too numerous toMessage 1 of 1 , May 3, 2005View SourcePlease note that your reply will now only go to
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Here are some references from my talk last night and others that were too
numerous to mention then. I don't know how I missed Mark Howell's site but
guess I didn't originate the "Cite for Sore Eyes"! Anyway Happy Citing! Note
this is in alphabetical order - the same way a bibliography or reference
section should be.
Howells, M. A. (2000). Cite For Sore Eyes - Quality Citations for Electronic
Genealogy Sources. Last updated June 10, 2000. Accessed May 3, 2005.
KnowMap Writers Guide. (Undated). Accessed May 2, 2005.
Meyerink, K. (2004) Why Bother? The Value of Documentation in Family History
Research. MyFamily.com, Inc. (Undated). Accessed May 2, 2005
Mills, E. S. (1997). Evidence! Citation & Analysis for the Family Historian.
Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co.
Pence, R. A. (1998). Understanding Sources, Citations, Documentation And
Evaluating Evidence In Genealogy. Accessed March 19, 2005.
Powell, K. (2005). Cite Your Genealogy Sources: A Guide to Documenting Your
Genealogy Research. Accessed March 19, 2005.
ProGenealogists, Inc. (Copyright © 1998-2005) Internet Citation Guide for
Genealogists. Accessed May 2, 2005.
Wolfram, C. (Undated). My Mills based sources. Accessed March 19, 2005.
Wolfram, C. (Undated). My Lackey based sources. Accessed March 19, 2005.
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