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Going In-Depth: March 2017 (PDF)

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Here’s what is in this issue of the magazine:

  • Modus Operandi: “Genealogical Proof Standard-Step by Step: Element 5-A Sound Written Conclusion” By Cheri Hudson Passey
  • Ladies First: “Over One, Under Two: Straw Plaiting” By Janet Few
  • Blue and Gray Trails: “Let’s Start at the Very Beginning with Civil War Research“ By Cindy Freed
  • “Genealogy Bullet Journaling” By Jennifer Alford
  • Heimatbote: “Leaving the Homeland” By Ute Brandenburg
  • Family Reunions: “Don’t Throw The Baby Out With The Bathwater!“ By Jenny Cowen
  • Doing it Ourselves: “Layers of History in Ithaca, New York“ By Larry Naukam
  • Index of Surnames, Places, and Subjects
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Want to read Going In-Depth magazine, but don't want to commit to a subscription?  Purchase the PDF for your own use!

Here's what is in this issue of the magazine:

Modus Operandi: “Genealogical Proof Standard-Step by Step: Element 5-A Sound Written ConclusionThe last element in the GPS can sometimes trip us up. Confused about the 3 types of written conclusions? Not confident in your writing? Maybe this will help! By Cheri Hudson Passey

Ladies First: “Over One, Under Two: Straw Plaiting” Learn about the working conditions of the women who created straw plait for the hat trade. This was primarily a cottage industry, carried out on a piece work basis and particularly popular in the English counties of Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire. Find out about the role of the plait schools and the alleged immorality of the plait workers. By Janet Few

Blue and Gray Trails: “Let’s Start at the Very Beginning with Civil War ResearchWhether you are beginning your family history research or are a seasoned professional, American genealogists are fascinated with the US Civil War and the part our ancestors played in this pivotal point in US history. Here are some tips which will get your research started. By Cindy Freed

“Genealogy Bullet Journaling” As genealogists, we all have our notebooks, post-its, and scraps of paper. In this article, Jen shares how this system has helped her organize her genealogy research within a notebook. Get to know how she has used the bullet journal system to focus on her ancestors. By Jennifer Alford

Heimatbote: “Leaving the Homeland” Our newest writer shares her expertise with German research by taking an in-depth look at the motives for emigration from Germany in the 19th century. By Ute Brandenburg

Family Reunions: “Don’t Throw The Baby Out With The Bathwater!“ We live in a throwaway society where we are forever being told to de-clutter, neaten up and dispose of unwanted items and that we can live in a paperless society. However if this is the case, why do our institutions and government bodies retain material in archives? Jenny shares a surprising find in her own family’s “archives” after the passing of her parents. By Jenny Cowen

Doing it Ourselves: “Layers of History in Ithaca, New York“ Ithaca is the home of Cornell University with many of the people involved in the wonderful project described in this article. Get to know the layering of places and people in a newly interactive website that was developed with the researcher in mind. By Larry Naukam

Index of Surnames, Places, and Subjects

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