Genealogy Research 101: The Art and Mystery of Genealogical Data Collecting


The Art and Mystery of Genealogical Data Collecting

Helen F. M. Leary, CG, FASG

Audio Lecture via downloadable mp3 file.
Originally recorded 2001. Running time: 1:07:29

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The Art and Mystery of Genealogical Data Collecting

A soundly reasoned, well constructed history of our family is grounded on reliable, relevant information. Healthy skepticism should be our guide as we set about collecting, evaluating, and using genealogical data.

Recorded 2 Feb 2001, Mesquite, TX, at “GenTech 2001: Union and Reunion”, sponsored by GENTECH.