Cite Your Sources: A Manual for Documenting Family Histories and Genealogical Records

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University Press of Mississippi, 1985 - Reference - 94 pages
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"The purpose of this manual is to provide genealogists with an uncomplicated, yet academically acceptable guide to basic citations. It has been prepared with the needs of genealogists foremost in mind and represents careful consideration based on my own ideas and on those of many respected expert genealogists and historians"--Foreword.

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User Review  - ham_shoes - LibraryThing

Mr. Lackey's brief and very concise explanation of how to effectively cite sources for genealogical research was published thirty years ago. Today's genealogist will probably find it needing an update ... Read full review

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User Review  - jblisshammons - LibraryThing

Before Elizabeth Shown Mills and her great books on Evidence and Sources, there was Richard S. Lackey. It has very good examples of citation forms, and is a good easy reference when you are documenting your genealogy. Read full review

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