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Managing a Genealogical Project. a Complete Manual for the Management and Organization of Genealogical Materials. Updated Edition

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"Includes master forms for making unlimited photocopies"--Cover.
Paperback, 100 pages
Published January 20th 2010 by Genealogical Publishing Company (first published May 1st 1999)
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Diane
Nov 06, 2013 Diane rated it it was amazing
William Dollarhide bridges the gap in this book between genealogical approaches that are too simple to account for all the collateral family members researchers are now admonished to document, and the frustration of trying to organize one's resulting massive paperwork without any logical system at all. He suggests coupling the Ahnentafel numbering system with the Henry numbering scheme as the way to keep all persons who are researched individually identified. Thank you Mr. Dollarhide. That hybri ...more
Pat
Jul 04, 2016 Pat rated it liked it
Getting genealogy files in a manageable system is a very difficult process for those new to Genealogy. This book is helpful in discussing different ways to manage the information but it still is challenge for me.
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Jan 29, 2016 mbm rated it it was amazing
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I just reviewed this book and realized that he had some great ideas to help me look at my DNA matches. With DNA matches you are looking at your pedigree chart. Otherwise I do descendant research.

Look at Randy Seaver's blog for ideas on creating a DNA research plan and then create an ancestor table going back until you have your 32 grand parents (great, 2x great, 3x great). On the table add their locations and years and you will have a wonderful tool to research your DNA!

Old school meets new scho
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Phil James
Jul 01, 2014 Phil James rated it it was ok
Shelves: library, genealogy
Note: published 1988-1995. Fairly basic, at this point.
Lynn
Mar 02, 2013 Lynn rated it really liked it
I found this quite helpful, particularly the suggestion of a mixed numbering system which works rather well.
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