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10-Feb-2009: I just discovered ''Utah History Atlas'' compiled by David E. Miller (Family History Library [http://www.familysearch.org/eng/library/fhlcatalog/supermainframeset.asp?display=titledetails&titleno=284700&disp=Utah+history+atlas%20%20&columns=*,0,0 book 979.2 E2m]). What a wonderful collection of maps! Someone should create online maps with copies of the trails used to explore what is now the state of Utah.
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== Fraudulent Genealogies ==
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[http://www.familychronicle.com/Fraudulent.html http://www.familychronicle.com/Fraudulent.html] 
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== Notes to Self  ==
  
[http://amberskyline.com/treasuremaps/genealogy-products/beware-of-these-3-fraudulent-genealogy-sites.html http://amberskyline.com/treasuremaps/genealogy-products/beware-of-these-3-fraudulent-genealogy-sites.html]
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*Enter three tildes (~) as a shortcut for your signature ('''Robert''').<br>
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10-Feb-2009: I just discovered ''Utah History Atlas'' compiled by David E. Miller (Family History Library {{FHL|284700|title-id|disp=book 979.2 E2m}}). What a wonderful collection of maps! Someone should create online maps with copies of the trails used to explore what is now the state of Utah.
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== Fraudulent Genealogies  ==
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[http://www.familychronicle.com/Fraudulent.html http://www.familychronicle.com/Fraudulent.html]&nbsp;
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[http://amberskyline.com/treasuremaps/genealogy-products/beware-of-these-3-fraudulent-genealogy-sites.html http://amberskyline.com/treasuremaps/genealogy-products/beware-of-these-3-fraudulent-genealogy-sites.html]  
  
 
might be of interest.
 
might be of interest.

Revision as of 17:30, 13 October 2011

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  • Enter three tildes (~) as a shortcut for your signature (Robert).
  • Enter four tildes (~) as a shortcut for your signature and the date (Robert 21:50, 5 June 2009 (UTC)).
  • Enter five tildes (~) as a shortcut for the current date/time (17:15, 3 September 2009 (UTC))
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  • To repeat the footnote, use <ref name="name" />
  • To reference a category instead of creating it, precede it with a colon.
  • Named link: [http://en.wikipedia.org Wikipedia] Characters must be alphanumeric and . _ \ / ~ % - + & # ? ! = ( ) @. Otherwise use %hh notation. Ampersand is %26. See ASCII printable characters.

Wikipedia documentation:

10-Feb-2009: I just discovered Utah History Atlas compiled by David E. Miller (Family History Library book 979.2 E2m). What a wonderful collection of maps! Someone should create online maps with copies of the trails used to explore what is now the state of Utah.

Fraudulent Genealogies

http://www.familychronicle.com/Fraudulent.html 

http://amberskyline.com/treasuremaps/genealogy-products/beware-of-these-3-fraudulent-genealogy-sites.html

might be of interest.