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Research Methodology Class
Genealogy Conference - Spokane Washington North Stake

Covering the following topics:

  1. Organizing your family history (genealogy) research
  2. Recording information (names, dates, places)
  3. Evaluating research sources
  4. Documenting research sources

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Class Materials (Handout)
Articles: Resources:
Binders, Notebooks or Folders? - Organizing Your Genealogy Files, By Kimberly Powell Correspondence Log Forms:
Cite Your Sources (Source Footnotes) (FamilySearch ResearchWiki) Correspondence Log (Family Tree Magazine)
How to Start Your Family History (FamilySearch) Correspondence Record (Ancestry.com)
Organize the Inconclusive with Discrepancy Charts, by Michael John Neill Correspondence Record Sheet (Bailey)
Organizing the Past, by Illya D'Addezio Research Log Forms:
Organizing Your Files (FamilySearch ResearchWiki) Research Calendar (Ancestry.com)
Organizing Your Family Records (Arkansas Research) Research Log (FamilySearch)
Organizing Your Research, by Diana Smith Research Record Sheet (Bailey)
Additional Resources on Organizing Records:
FamilySearch Guides: Organizing Your Records (Cyndi's List)
Organizing Your Genealogy Using Computers Software:
Organizing Your Paper Files Personal Ancestral File 5.0 (free download)
Organizing Your Paper Files Using File Folders
Organizing Your Paper Files Using Binders (Notebooks)

 

 

 

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