Do you Google for Genealogy?  Become a master of Google search with these little-known tips.

Computer Education World. Tips To Help You Better Understand Kaptops. You may need a new laptop for school, work or other reasons. Avoid getting intimidated by your lack of knowledge about laptops.

How to decipher old style handwriting.

How to decipher old style handwriting. May be able decipher the writing in the Bible?

Keep a notebook.

Keep a notebook because you won't remember. Keep a notebook because you'll be looking for things to write in it. Oh, well look at that. I'm writing this quote in, A NOTEBOOK

National Genealogical Society | Mastering Genealogical Proof

Mastering Genealogical Proof (National Genealogical Society Special Topics Series): Thomas W.

QuickLesson 8: What Constitutes Proof? in Genealogy Research by Elizabeth Shown Mills - "Proof is not a document. It’s a body of evidence. As biographers or historians of whatever ilk, we do not ‘prove’ a point by discovering a record that asserts something. That assertion could be wrong. If so, any further work we do on the basis of that misinformation will likely be wrong or irrelevant.    Achieving proof is a process in which we..."  (click image for complete article)

Evidence Explained - Elizabeth Shown Mills' website full of information about citing sources and analyzing evidence in order to meet the genealogical proof standard.

How to decipher old style handwriting.

How to decipher old style handwriting. May be able decipher the writing in the Bible?

How to decipher old style handwriting. #Ancestry #genealogy #familyhistory

How to decipher old style handwriting. May be able decipher the writing in the Bible?

Indecision as a Genealogy Virtue - "Don't fall in love with the first record you see.  Or any of them, really... The research road leads from ignorance to knowledge.  But that trip takes time.  During that time, we need to be able to keep our kinds open and not get too attached to any particular route."  #genealogy #ancestry

Perhaps the worst and most widespread attack on the Catholic Church today is relativism. The Dictatorship of Relativism is a term coined by Pope Benedict XVI.

"History is everywhere. But history is not just a slew of records or a set of “facts”—and all sources are not created equal. Historical records offer evidence, but their assertions may or may not be true. To judge what likely happened, we must understand those records. To analyze that evidence and decide what to believe, we also need certain facts about those records themselves."

What details must we capture in order to understand and interpret our evidence?

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