A Note about Sources
Descriptions, opinions and helpful insight into source documentation, primary evidence and more, from the personal web site of Marty Grant.
Ancestry.com - Learning Center - Learn More
Thousands of FREE, searchable how-to articles from Ancestry.com publications such as Ancestry Magazine, the Ancestry Weekly Discovery and the Ancestry Monthly Update.
A Cite For Sore Eyes - Quality Citations for Electronic Genealogy Sources
Article by Mark Howells.
Citing the Messages
Article by Drew Smith.
Proving Your Past: Quickly and Easily Adding Source Citations to Your Online Family Tree
Article by Jana Lloyd.
Article from Along Those Lines... by George G. Morgan.
There’s Been a Citing!
Article by George G. Morgan.
Cite Right - A Source Citation Initiative | GeneaBloggers
Citing Your Sources
From the Board for Certification of Genealogists - Skill Building - September 1995.
Historical Analysis, Citation & Source Usage. By Elizabeth Shown Mills.
Evidence Explained (Facebook)
By Elizabeth Shown Mills.
Genealogists' Guide to Documentation and Citing Sources
A free eBook from Unpuzzling Your Past by Emily Anne Croom.
Genealogy Citation Guides | ProGenealogists
Common Genealogy Citations | ProGenealogists
Genealogy Citation Elements | ProGenealogists
Genealogy Citation Guide | ProGenealogists
Genealogy Source Citations Quick Reference
By Thomas MacEntee, geneabloggers.com.
Genealogy.com - How To Cite Sources
Article by John Wylie.
Genealogy.com - Why Bother? The Value of Documentation in Family History Research
By Kory Meyerink, MLS, AG.
Genealogy.com: Citing Your Sources - Q & A with Carla Ridenour
Guidelines for Using Records Repositories and Libraries
Recommended by the National Genealogical Society.
Producing Quality Research Notes
From the Board for Certification of Genealogists - Skill Building - January 1997.
RootsWeb's Guide to Tracing Family Trees - Lesson 12: Creating Worthwhile Genealogies: Evidence, Sources, Documentation, and Citation
Silicon Valley PAF Users Group
San Jose, California.
The second edition of the revised Family History Documentation Guidelines is a collection of detailed recommendations, instructions, and examples for entering source documentation.
Simple Citations: Making Life Easier for Family Historians
Citing genealogical sources shouldn't be a nightmare. Simple Citations is an approach to documenting your materials and takes greatly facilitates the process.
Source Citations: Getting it “Right,” part four
From Planting the Seeds by Michael Hait.
Source Citations: Getting it “Right,” part one
Source Citations: Getting it “Right,” part three
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