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Evidently we have more to learn

I mentioned in my post on the NGS-HSC Lesson 1’s extended reading that we needed to discuss more. I gave a short list of items to review in that post but as I approach the ProGen topic for September, Evidence, it’s time to take a look-see and make sure we have a good foundation. So … Continue reading »

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What I learned Wednesday: NGS-HSC Lesson 1…extended reading

I started my saga about the NGS-HSC last week.  Lesson 1 was “Introduction and Organization” so the Reading and Reference Lists at the end of the lesson had some invaluable information. The BIG reference was The Chicago Manual of Style, the sixteenth edition is available in hardcover (affiliate link) and electronic subscription.  Fundamental part of any researcher’s library…assuming … Continue reading »

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Follow Friday: Adventures in Genealogy Education

Since I’m kicking off this blog with information about my continuing education, I think it’s only proper that I share with you a blog I follow that is all about education.  The Adventures in Genealogy Education blog is hosted by Angela McGhie, the generous coordinator for the ProGen Study Groups and more.  She cover everything, including the … Continue reading »

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