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Friday, August 26, 2011

Follow Friday - 26 Aug 2011


Follow Friday
26 Aug 2011


This is a 'must read' for each serious genealogist, amateur or professional, if you have not seen it - or re-read it, even if you have - right?  ;-)

Michael Hait gives us easy to understand descriptions of these five key 'misused' words and phrases in genealogy - that we use every day:

1. "Research"
2. "Primary" and "Secondary"
3. "Evidence"
4. "Proof"
5. "Report"

Thanks, Michael!  ;-)

Source:
Michael Hait, “The 5 Most Misused Words and Phrases in Genealogy,” Planting the Seeds: Genealogy as a Profession blog, posted 19 Aug 2011 (http://michaelhait.wordpress.com : accessed 19 Aug 2011). http://michaelhait.wordpress.com/2011/08/19/5-misused-words/


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