Monthly Archives: June 2012

Going Beyond the Index

I read an interesting article recently about the proper way to source an index in a genealogy program, specifically, Family Tree Maker, which is the software I use. The author makes the point that an index should not be the final source … Continue reading

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The June 29th Links E-zine

These are some of the interesting items I found online this week: Interested in seeing – or better yet, searching – a panoramic view of Cincinnati in 1848? The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County has an annotated electronic copy … Continue reading

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Links to Interesting Reading and Research June 22nd E-zine

Genealogy is all about linking. Each researcher wants to find that elusive connection that takes his/her family tree back further in history. History is interesting, too, just for the sake of history. Here are a few interesting genealogical or historical links and/or … Continue reading

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