“A new addition to this body of work is a website: Evidence Explained: Historical Analysis, Source and Citation Usage. The website is one that should be used by anyone researching family history or writing a family history, a blog article, a client report, or any other type of genealogy-related writing.”
____________________________________________________________________1 Randy Seaver, “Tuesday’s Tip – Check Out the Evidence Explained Website,” Randy Seaver, Genea-Musings, 3 July 2012 (http://www.geneamusings.com/2012/07/tuesdays-tip-check-out-evidence.html : accessed 3 July 2012).
- Note Barbara’s photo credit
- Note in the 4th paragraph, Barbara gives the titles of a website, and elects to list the URL separately.
If all genealogy bloggers were as careful to give credit where credit is due, it would be a lot easier to judge a compiled genealogy and the perpetuation of false lineages would be cut down considerably.
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