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This page gives examples of common genealogical sources.

Contents

Published Works

Simple Book

Source List
Author Mills, Elizabeth Shown.
Title Evidence Explained:
Subtitle Citing History Sources from Artifacts to Cyberspace.
Place of publication Baltimore:
Publisher Genealogical Publishing Company,
Year of publication 2007.
First Reference Note
Author Elizabeth Shown Mills,
Title Evidence Explained:
Subtitle Citing History Sources from Artifacts to Cyberspace
Place of publication (Baltimore:
Publisher Genealogical Publishing Company,
Year of publication 2007),
Page 42.

Related examples

Multiple authors

Source List: Clemensson, Per, and Kjell Andersson. Your Swedish Roots: A Step by Step Handbook. Provo, Utah: Ancestry Publishing, 2004.
First Reference Note: 1.  Per Clemensson and Kjell Andersson, Your Swedish Roots: A Step by Step Handbook (Provo, Utah: Ancestry Publishing, 2004), 115.
Subsequent Note: 11.  Clemensson and Andersson, Your Swedish Roots, 115.

Editor instead of author

Source List:
First Reference Note:
Subsequent Note:

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