Organizing Your Family History Research: Efficient and Effective Ways to Gather and Protect Your Genealogical Research

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Betterway Books, 1999 - Reference - 150 pages
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A guide to organizing genealogical research, offering advice on creating filing systems; handling correspondence; planning productive research trips; defining research goals; developing a storage system for CD-ROMS, disks, books, and other materials; protecting family artifacts; and preserving research for future generations.

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User Review  - swedish_gnome - LibraryThing

with 10 chapters / about 150 pages. Several appendixes, a Bibliography, Organizational or Time-Saving Tips. Another Organizational Forms for Genealogists and the Index Read full review

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User Review  - Amanda - Goodreads

This is an older book, but the information in it is still stellar and timely. She goes into more detail than I thought went into genealogical research (I'm so lazy in comparison!) about how to do ... Read full review

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