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 How To: Managing a Genealogical Project, Updated Edition. William Dollarhide

William Dollarhide

This work focuses on a particular method of organizing research materials. Its unique system of organization takes you from the preliminary stage of your research to the final presentation of your work as a report or a book. The system, an outgrowth of the Dollarhide System of Genealogical Records, enables you to manage a genealogical project with maximum ease and efficiency.

The first section of the book covers the three basic types of projects--pedigrees, lineages, and descendancies. The second section tells how to organize notes and keep paperwork to a minimum, while the third section shows the various methods of cross-referencing notes for purposes of retrieval and evaluation. Section four describes ahnentafel numbering, and section five descendancy numbering and the merits of the three main numbering systems--the Register, Record, and Henry systems--plus Dollarhide's own combined Ahnentafel/Henry numbering system. Then there is a section on the applications of computer software to the project and a section on diagramming techniques and methods of presenting a pedigree or descendancy in polished form. Finally there is a set of nine master forms to be used in this work, and they can be easily photocopied and used as often as needed.

Updated in 1999, this edition of Managing a Genealogical Project features new material on computer software and CD databases.


EDITORIAL REVIEWS

"This book is a must for the beginning family historian and may prove helpful to experienced researchers and repositories that maintain a reference collection for research use."--AMERICAN ARCHIVIST (Spring 1989).

"A genealogist in the early stages of research might will consider adopting Mr. Dollarhide's total package. The more experienced researcher, though comfortable with another system, might find useful ideas here."--THE NEW YORK GENEALOGICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL RECORD, Vol. 119, No. 4 (October 1988).

"Those beginning genealogical investigations and those who find themselves inundated with too many papers will be helped by the advice in this book."--THE VIRGINIA GENEALOGIST, Vol. 32, No. 3 (July-September 1988).

"A great book on organizing research for the beginner or advanced genealogist."--THE GENEALOGIST (Summer 1988).

Paperback, 98 pp., (1999) Reprint 2001

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