Family historians depend upon thousands of people unknown to them. They exchange research with others; copy information from books and databases; and write libraries, societies, and government offices. At times they even hire professionals to do legwork in distant areas and trust strangers to solve important problems. But how can a researcher be assured that he or she is producing or receiving reliable results? This official manual from the Board of Certification for Genealogists provides a standard by which all genealogists can pattern their work.See Chicagagt; Manual of Style, The Comments from agents, 8 (si 8) analytical/ interpretive, 16 (s42) within abstracts, 6-7 ... Madilyn Coen, 18Ar Curran, Joan Ferris, 18Al Data bias within, 9 (s22) context of, 3 (s6), 15 (s39) correlation in analysis, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The BCG Genealogical Standards Manual|
|Author||:||Board for Certification of Genealogists (Washington, D.C.)|
|Publisher||:||Ancestry Publishing - 2000|